Interdisciplinary education through the flipped classroom including home and peridomiciliary hygiene is an important starting point to prevent the spread of diseases of public health interest. For this reason, the objective was to determine the influence of interdisciplinary research on home and peridomiciliary hygiene embedded in meaningful learning through the flipped classroom in postgraduate students of the UNMSM in Lima-Peru, 2021. The study was experimental with a sample of 26 students. Pedagogical techniques with performance test instruments were used for data collection. The analysis of the data was with descriptive statistics based on frequencies and percentages, in addition to the Kolmogorov-Smirnov and Shapiro-Wilk tests, estimating a level of significance α of 0.05. As a result, the level of significant learning competence was 73.08% good, 26.92% regular and 0.00% low level, likewise, the good evidence of learning at the transversal level was 88.46% (23/26) of solidity in the knowledge about home and peridomiciliary hygiene, and at a specific level knowing the harmful fauna and knowing how to investigate its sanitary control with 88.46%, with significant differences between the proportion of good evidence of the preliminary and formative tests, which show the development of interdisciplinary research learning in UNMSM Postgraduate students. Concluding that interdisciplinary research and the inverted classroom method contribute to solving community problems not only at an educational level but also at an environmental level.
|Translated title of the contribution
|Interdisciplinary research on home and peridomiciliary hygiene: meaningful learning through the flipped classroom
|Number of pages
|Boletin de Malariologia y Salud Ambiental
|Published - Jul 2022
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