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Rincón-Flores, Elvira Guadalupe

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Elvira G. RIncón-Flores has a Master's degree in Education with a focus on Mathematics and is a PhD student from the University of Salamanca, Spain. Currently, she is a professor of Mathematics at the School of Engineering and Information Technology of the Tecnológico de Monterrey. She has over 20 years of teaching experience. Her lines of research are on the didactics of Mathematics and gamification in open innovation environments such as MOOCs. She is coauthor of the following publications: Galván, D., Cienfuegos, D., Romero, J., Rincón-Flores, E., Fabela, L., Elizondo, C. and Rodríguez, A. (2017). Differential calculus: a competency approach. Mexico: Pearson; Galván, D., Cienfuegos, D., Romero, J., Fabela, M., Rincón, E., Elizondo, I. and Rodriguez, A. (2012). Mathematics with Applications. Distrito Federal, Mexico. Cengage Learning; Rincón-Flores, E., Ramírez-Montoya, M.S. and Serra, J. (2017) Challenge-based gamification in MOOC: The energy reform in Mexico and its opportunities; In M.S. Ramírez-Montoya and A. Mendoza-Domínguez (Eds.), Energy Innovation and Sustainability Training with MOOCs and educational research (pp. 55-70). Madrid, Spain. She participates in the "Binational Laboratory on Smart Sustainable Energy Management and Technology Education" with the subproject "Open, interdisciplinary and collaborative innovation to train in energy sustainability through MOOC", with the study: "Challenge-based gamification in massive open innovation environments in the area of energy sustainability" as her doctoral thesis project. She belongs to the research group in educational innovation of the Tecnológico de Monterrey. Email:

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