Analysis of Satisfaction in the Use of Technological Simulation Tools in the Learning of the Automatic Process Control Course
Keywords:Satisfaction, students, technological simulation tools, learning
The objective of this article is to describe the satisfaction of the students in the use of technological simulation tools in the learning of the automatic process control course, generated by distance education. The Academic Satisfaction Scale (ESA) was used as a measurement instrument. As the research was carried out, the re-sults revealed that of the indicators that present the highest degree of satisfaction, 56.8% of the student’s state that they strongly agree with what was learned through the use of technological simulation tools in the subject of the course of control of automatic processes and 54.5% indicate that the technological tools used in the contents of the subject excite them. Likewise, by means of the R squared, it can be indicated that the satisfaction of the students with the developed subject, in which technological simulation tools were used (I6), influences 0.637, that is, 63.7%, on the general satisfaction of academic experience in the virtual environment (I7); This is translated with the following equation: I7 = 0.309 + 0.637 * I6.
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