Revista Iberoamericana de la educación <p>Revista Iberoamericana de la Educación is an edition of the <strong>Instituto Tecnológico Superior Corporativo Edwards Deming.</strong> All material sent to the journal for publication and accepted by the Editorial Committee in attention to its quality and relevance is subject to peer review specialists in the corresponding fields of knowledge.</p> <p>Revista Iberoamericana de la Educación is a scientific journal dedicated to the quarterly publication of articles of original research results in Spanish, English and Portuguese that covers a variety of topics related to various areas of knowledge of education.</p> <p>The journal is a scientific journal dedicated to the quarterly publication of original research articles in Spanish, English and Portuguese covering a variety of topics related to diverse areas of knowledge in education. 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The authors retain the copyright and third parties are permitted to copy, distribute and make use of the works as long as they comply with the terms and conditions set forth by such license</p> <p>cite authorship and the original source of publication (journal, publisher and URL of the work).<br />Do not use them for commercial purposes.<br />If you remix, transform or create from the material, you must disseminate your contributions under the same license as the original.<br />More information can be found at</p> <p> </p> (Roosevelt Barros Morales) (Francisco López) Thu, 01 Apr 2021 10:37:21 -0400 OJS 60 Influence of critical reading on the quality of meaningful learning in the area of language and literature <p>This project was conducted at the Benemérita Sociedad Filantrópica Educational Unit in the seventh grade of basic education, school year 2015 - 2016. The objective of the research was to examine the influence of critical reading on the quality of meaningful learning through a bibliographic study and statistical field analysis. The research used surveys that were applied to teachers, administrators and students of the school, the data analysis detailed the lack of interest shown by students towards reading, making the comprehension of reading complex. From the students' perspective, the readings done in class become theoretical and tedious, which leads them to be easily distracted in the teaching-learning process. This has created barriers at the moment of encouraging active interaction among class members. On the other hand, it was found that some teachers did not apply dynamic activities that relate educational content with different experiences, minimizing the development of meaningful learning in students. This series of aspects led to the elaboration of a proposal that allows teachers to apply innovative activities that can be adapted to the different educational content present in the area of Language and Literature.</p> Adriana Del Rocío Mosquera Mora Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación Thu, 01 Apr 2021 00:00:00 -0400 Incidence of balanced diet on students' academic performance <p>At present, the academic performance of students worldwide is very important since the student builds his own knowledge, which is related to several factors, among them, being well nourished. This educational project will analyze the impact of a balanced diet on the academic performance of elementary school students at the Manuel Benjamín Carrión public school in the city of Guayaquil, since it has been shown that parents are not concerned about giving them a balanced diet and are unaware of the protein content of food, causing problems in their children's health and cognitive development. Children who go to school without breakfast are not motivated, have low grades in their subjects and fall asleep in class. According to the Clinical Psychologist, Carolina Peña, there is also the problem of low academic performance due to emotional, pedagogical and psychological factors.</p> Fany Castro Fany Castro Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación Thu, 01 Apr 2021 00:00:00 -0400 Analysis of the influence of smartphone use on the learning process <p>This research investigates the problem which are exposed to the youth of the society, trying to tackle the main investigations at global level of different researches that allows to evaluate and analyze the elements of information in the area of communication and its different factors related to technology which are contradictious in many cases. With this present research is also sought to determine the critical grade of the young people related to social topics or if they show indifference about what they are living in the daily life. These changes are not only supported by a quantitative increase of the available information and the development of new technologies which are immediately available for receivers, but it is estimated to be directly related to all the cultural and have modifications, in other words, transformations social and cultural it can change on the way of communication.</p> Kimberlyn Baig Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación Thu, 01 Apr 2021 00:00:00 -0400 Teacher training in the application of literary resources as a tool for strengthening vocalization and diction <p>This research study aims to improve the vocalization and diction of students, applying literary resources as a complement to the teaching-learning process, improving communication and information quickly and effectively, so that learning is reflective and thus, enhance their learning efficiently, during the academic period 2018- 2019. To argue this project, a bibliographic study, statistical analysis and survey of students and an interview with the director of the institution were carried out, where, knowing the educational reality of the institution, drawing stimulates thinking and reasoning, so it was proposed the design of a didactic guide to increase the interest of students, making them protagonists of their own learning and thus, contribute to their academic training process by developing in them a better vocalization and diction.</p> Inés Martha Cruz Arévalo Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación Thu, 01 Apr 2021 00:00:00 -0400 The identity of the human being as a product of nature or of society and its formation in teaching <p>The interpretation of David Hume's idea of personal identity teaches us that there is no self or mind endowed with simplicity and perfect identity and in which Hume defends a specific theory about the nature of the self or mind, according to which it is only a set of perceptions. Descartes is the one who assumes the self as the soul that shows itself more clearly. For this rationalist philosopher, the mind or "res cogitans" is a substance whose characteristics are simplicity and permanence, and differs from physical substances or "res extensa" because it does not possess spirituality and freedom.</p> Miguel Ángel Álava Alcívar, José Luis Álava Mieles Copyright (c) 2021 Revista Iberoamericana de la educación Thu, 01 Apr 2021 00:00:00 -0400