Novel teaching tool for the conversion of financial interest rates

Revista GEON (Gestión, Organizaciones Y Negocios)

View Publication Info
 
 
Field Value
 
Title Novel teaching tool for the conversion of financial interest rates
Novedosa herramienta didáctica para la conversión de tasas de interés financiero
 
Creator Triana Lozano, Milton Hernando
 
Description The conversion of rates or equivalence of interest rates is the initial and fundamental basis for the proper understanding of the topics of financial mathematics.
Traditional methods are all effective (they achieve their objective), but at the same time they are very complex and often not as efficient in the teaching-learning process.
Initially, it was necessary to carry out a documentary work with multiple bibliographic consultations to understand the structure and operation of the traditional methods for the conversion of rates.
A tool, called the “MILHER Matrix” was built, which facilitates the work of conversion of rates for its practicality and efficiency, for which an initial experimental phase was taken and the quantitative method was used, making approchaes with key practical exercises, both teachers and students of financial mathematics.
The results have been positive, since the “MILHER Matrix” contrasted with the traditional methods in terms of practicality is less complex and friendlier in its use, and in terms of efficiency it facilitates a very interesting time saving of the resource, achieving identical and similar results that with the traditional methods used for the same purpose.
It is expected to continue applying this innovative educational tool with the university academic community inside and outside the country.
La conversión de tasas o equivalencia de tasas de interés es la base inicial y fundamental para la adecuada comprensión de los temas de matemáticas financieras.
Los métodos tradicionales son todos eficaces (consiguen su objetivo), pero al mismo tiempo son bien complejos y muchas veces no son tan eficientes en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje.
Se construyó una herramienta, denominada la “Matriz MILHER”, que facilita la labor de conversión de tasas por su practicidad y eficiencia, para lo cual se cursó una fase experimental inicial y se acudió al método cuantitativo, realizando planteamientos con ejercicios prácticos claves, tanto a docentes como a estudiantes de matemáticas financieras.
Los resultados han sido positivos, ya que la “Matriz MILHER” contrastada con los métodos tradiciones en términos de practicidad es menos compleja y más amigable en su uso, y en términos de eficiencia facilita un ahorro del recurso tiempo bien interesante, logrando idénticos y similares resultados que con los métodos tradicionales empleados para el mismo fin.
Se espera poder seguir replicando esta novedosa herramienta educativa con la comunidad académica universitaria dentro y fuera del país.
 
Publisher Universidad de los Llanos
 
Date 2020-01-20
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Investigation
Investigación
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://revistageon.unillanos.edu.co/index.php/geon/article/view/188
10.22579/23463910.188
 
Source GEON Journal (Management, Organizations and Business); Vol 7 No 1 (2020): GEON Journal Vol 7 No 1 january june 2020; 49-69
Revista GEON (Gestión, Organizaciones y Negocios); Vol. 7 Núm. 1 (2020): Revista Geon Vol 7 No 1 enero junio 2020; 49-69
2346-3910
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://revistageon.unillanos.edu.co/index.php/geon/article/view/188/184
http://revistageon.unillanos.edu.co/index.php/geon/article/view/188/200
 
Rights Derechos de autor 2020 Milton Hernando Triana Lozano
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0
 

Contact Us

The PKP Index is an initiative of the Public Knowledge Project.

For PKP Publishing Services please use the PKP|PS contact form.

For support with PKP software we encourage users to consult our wiki for documentation and search our support forums.

For any other correspondence feel free to contact us using the PKP contact form.

Find Us

Twitter

Copyright © 2015-2018 Simon Fraser University Library