Learning Stations to Analyze Physiology and Morphology Perceptions of the Cell Concept

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Nabil Marzuca-Nassr; Gabriel Nasri Marzuca-Nassr; Alejandra Barriga Acevedo & Iván R. Sánchez Soto


The aim of this study was to determine the influence of the implementation and application of the learning stations teaching methodology on active learning of the physiology and morphology of the cell. We worked with 90 high school students, distributed in a control group and an experimental group, who received traditional classes and the application of the learning stations methodology, respectively. The data were collected based on a conception and knowledge test, plus an evaluation survey. The analysis of the data revealed that the learning stations are an effective teaching methodology in learning of the cell, since they allow to improve prior perceptions of the students, who significantly and positively value the methodology in which they participated.

KEY WORDS: Science teaching; Biology teaching; Cell concept; Teaching methodology; Learning stations.

How to cite this article

MARZUCA-NASSR, N.; MARZUCA-NASSR, G. N.; BARRIGA, A. A. & SÁNCHEZ, S. I. R. Learning stations to analyze physiology and morphology perceptions of cell concept. Int. J. Morphol., 39(4):1015-1022, 2021.