University Student Perception Regarding the Poster Tour Method


The following research is descriptive in nature and the proposed objective is to show the student's perception of the application of the poster tour method during the school semester. To obtain the sample we used the non-probabilistic sampling technique by convenience, this leads us to define a sample composed of 20 students who make up the group C2-6 of the Accounting career in a semi-school mode, of the Academic Unit of Accounting and Administration belonging to the Autonomous University of Nayarit. For the collection of information, a survey structured by closed type variables was used, without the participation of a pollster (self-administered), that is, automated by means of electronic mail, defining the survey as a data production technique. It should be noted that, within the results obtained, this type of method was effective for understanding, sharing and organizing information, having as main benefit the learning and teaching, demonstrating a greater participation by the student. Likewise, the student's perception is that it is an interactive and attractive method. Finally, the implementation of the poster tour is revealed as a valuable tool that successfully promotes benefits, increasing student confidence and interest in an effective way.

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Gilberto Mejía Salazar, Autonomous University of Nayarit, México
Julio César Cuauhtémoc Carrillo Beltrán, Autonomous University of Nayarit, México

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Conference: ACE2023
Stream: Learning Experiences

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Salazar G., & Beltrán J. (2024) University Student Perception Regarding the Poster Tour Method ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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