• Tax evasion and tax avoidance in the towns of the Kingdom of Naples (XV-XVIII centuries) 

      Bulgarelli Lukacs, Alessandra (Universidad de Málaga. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, 2016)
      The phenomenon of tax fraud was rooted in the tax system of the old regime. The main reasons were: the magnitude of the number of the privileged, the negotiatory nature of fiscal relations between the Sovereign and his ...
    • Taznaqt una comunidad donde desarrollar. 

      Marquez-Lanza, Francisco Jesus; Tauste Molina, Elisa; Molina Iñigo, María Sofía; Galiano Andrades, Ana; Aguayo Aguilar, Marina (2019-10-30)
      Comunicación sobre la experiencia del proyecto de cooperación internacional de la Universidad de Málaga con 4 alumnas de Terapia Ocupacional en Taznaqt, Marruecos. Ha sido un proyecto de cooperación internacional con ...
    • TBW Assessment by Deuterium Dilution in Spanish Adolescents 

      Carnero, Elvis A.; Alvero-Cruz, Jose Ramon; Barrera-Expósito, Jesús; Sardinha, Luis, B. (2013-12-18)
      INTRODUCTION: Total body water (TBW) assessment is a cornerstone in order to validate equations to estimate body composition components as fat mass and fat free mass. Deuterium dilution technique (D2DT) is considered the ...
    • Teacher education by volunteering in learning communities 

      Rivas Flores, J.Ignacio; Leite-Méndez, Analía Elizabeth; Marquez García, María Jesús; Cortes Gonzalez, Pablo (2017-09-05)
      El artículo presenta parte de los resultados de investigación sobre el trabajo del voluntariado en centros educativos que son comunidades de aprendizaje como una forma de avanzar en procesos de formación docente diferentes ...
    • Teacher education in Spain. The Bologne process 

      Barquin-Ruiz, Francisco Javier (2017-12-18)
      It is a European Union-led process by which a European Higher Education Area has been created as a privileged means of promoting the mobility and employability of European citizens and the global development of the continent, ...
    • Teachers’ Roles and Teaching Styles 

      Hearn, Izabella (2014-05-09)
      Whatever we teach, whatever we hope the students are going to learn, the experience is richer, more memorable and more motivating when we engage the emotions, and when we include an element of fun. In this session we are ...
    • Teachers’ satisfaction as indicator of education system performance 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Luque-Gallego, Mariano; López-Aguado, Luis Alejandro (2015-06-08)
      We investigate the potential trade-off between some teacher characteristics, particularly teachers’ satisfaction, and different measures of pupils’ performance, in order to optimize the outputs of the Spanish education ...
    • The teaching crisis in less developed countries 

      Marcenaro-Gutiérrez, Óscar David; Lopez-Agudo, Luis Alejandro (2018-01-08)
      There is a huge concern on the influence of teachers on students’ cognitive learning. However, little is known about the causal impact of teachers’ knowledge on students’ performance. In addition, this effect is likely to ...
    • Teaching English: My Keys to succedd 

      García-Fresneda Macizo, María Jesús (2015-11-26)
      La profesora en ejercicio María Jesús García-Fresneda impartió una conferencia sobre su experiencia de enseñanza del inglés y de gestión del aula de inglés en la etapa de Educación Primaria, en la que ejemplificó estrategias ...
    • Teaching history of architecture - moving from a knowledge transfer to a multi-participative methodology based on it tools 

      Cimadomo, Guido (Journal of Learning Design, 2014-12)
      The changes that the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) framework obliged the School of Architecture of Malaga, University of Malaga. to make to its “History of Architecture” course are discussed in this paper. It was ...
    • Teaching improper integrals with CAS 

      Aguilera-Venegas, Gabriel; Galán-García, José Luis; Galán-García, María Ángeles; Padilla, Yolanda; Rodríguez, Pedro; [et al.] (2015-07-28)
      When teaching how to compute improper integrals, the basic approach to compute such improper integrals is by definition. But, what happens if an antiderivative F for f or the above limits do not exist? the definition ...
    • Teaching Model Views with UML and OCL 

      Burgueño, Loli; Gogolla, Martin; Vallecillo-Moreno, Antonio Jesus
      The specification of any non-trivial system is normally composed of a set of models. Each model describes a different view of the system, focuses on a particular set of concerns, and uses its own notation. For example, UML ...
    • The teaching of the architecture project: new methodological aspects 

      Alba Dorado, María Isabel (2019-04-25)
      In the new scenario that opens the European Higher Education Area is necessary for the teaching of architecture in Spain to position through the definition of strategies and mechanisms for continuous reflection that takes ...
    • Teaching Partial Differential Equations with CAS 

      Galán-García, José Luis; Rodriguez-Cielos, Pedro; Padilla-Domínguez, Yolanda; Galán-García, María Ángeles; Aguilera-Venegas, Gabriel; [et al.] (2018-06-22)
      Partial Differential Equations (PDE) are one of the topics where Engineering students find more difficulties when facing Math subjects. A basic course in Partial Differential Equations (PDE) in Engineering, usually deals ...
    • Teaching practice for subject of graphic expression through project based learning 

      Marín-Granados, Manuel Damián; Blazquez-Parra, Elidia Beatriz; Gutierrez, Francisco Javier; Ladrón de Guevara, M. Carmen; Ladrón de Guevara, Maria Luisa (2013)
      Project-based learning PBL (Aprendizaje Basado en Proyectos, ABP) is a participatory methodology which foments skills demanded by the company, in addition to being a teaching strategy which helps to achieve competence in ...
    • Teaching students about chemical elements using daily-life contexts 

      Franco Mariscal, Antonio Joaquín; España Ramos, Enrique; Blanco-Lopez, Angel (2017-09-18)
      Learning the names and symbols for chemical elements is a task that students often find dull, although it is of crucial importance for understanding chemistry. In this respect, the use of games or similar play activities ...
    • Teaching Style in Physical Education and Changes of Daily Physical Activity after One Academic Year in Adolescents: GEOS Study 

      Martín-Sanz, Norma T.; López-Fernández, Iván; Chinchilla-Minguet, Jose Luis; Carnero, Elvis A. (2015-07-13)
      Increased Moderate-Vigorous physical activity (MVPA) and reduced sedentary time (ST) are key factors for a healthy lifestyle during childhood and adolescence. Studies have suggested that schools may be effective resources ...
    • Teaching styles and achievement: student and teacher perspectives 

      Hidalgo Cabrillana, Ana (2017-04-05)
      We analyze the relationship of the teaching style with student achievement. As a novelty, we explore whether the e˙ect of the teaching style di˙ers when class work is reported by teachers or students. We find that who ...
    • Teaching the Digital Reader: Exploring the relationship between journalistic writing and reading in the Digital Age 

      Negron, Edna (2014-04-09)
      Teaching the Digital Reader: Exploring the relationship between journalistic writing and reading in the Digital Age. How is the Internet changing how we consume information and what does it mean for reading and comprehension ...
    • Teaching the residue theorem and its applications with a CAS 

      Galán-García, José Luis; Aguilera-Venegas, Gabriel; Rodriguez-Cielos, Pedro; Padilla-Domínguez, Yolanda; Galán-García, María Ángeles (2019-07-25)
      The residue theorem is one of the most interesting result in Complex Analysis which allows not only computations in C, the Field of Complex Numbers, but also provides many applications in the Field of Real Numbers R. In ...