1Cuban Sci. 2020, 1(1): 5–6Published on 20 Apr 2020 PDF (143K)
“Back during my time at the Universidad Tecnológica de La Habana “Jose Antonio Echeverrı́a”, CUJAE I assist with a workshop on the Problem Base Learning (PBL) approach to teaching. Little did I know about the serious science behind the development of innovative Learning and Teaching approaches. Even less on how far in our history, it is possible to track our “modern” problems and solutions! In the present contribution I share with the readers some of these findings. I will particularly focus on those corresponding to the Hellenistic times of the classical Greco-Roman philosophy, and hopefully, just hopefully, I will be able to transmit how modern these “ancient thoughts” look like.”
2Cuban Sci. 2020, 1(1): 7–8Published on 20 Apr 2020 PDF (174K)
“The epistemological beliefs and metacognitive strategies of a sample of university students of Electric Engineering are discussed in this short overview. Significant differences between promoting and non-promoting groups were found regarding both beliefs and strategies. A strong correlation effect was also found between the strategies and beliefs about the structure of knowledge and the ability to learn.
3Cuban Sci. 2020, 1(1): 15–16Published on 13 May 2020 PDF (264K)
“This study analyses the potential value of the network of scientific collaboration of Cuban researchers in Europe focussing on their institutional links with worldwide collaborators between 1995 and 2014.”
4Cuban Sci. 2020, 1(1): 17–18Published on 14 May 2020 PDF (289K)
“The development of a submerged membrane bioreactor computer simulator that integrates biological degradation process with physical separation process is a useful tool for teaching and research.”