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This article presents the results of a teaching strategy applied during the Finance Analysis course, at the Business Administration School at the Universidad de Costa Rica. The strategy was a collaborative learning through a case study and role-play. The purpose of this strategy was that the students played an active role in the construction of the learning process, following the approach of the significant learning and make it a more dynamic teaching, through the application of teaching techniques, and conducting activities that involve students as active agents in building their own knowledge. As a conclusion, the collaborative learning, the case study and the role-play, can facilitate the learning process by the identification and solution of a problem through the creative application of the theoretical knowledge acquired during the course by the students.acilitate the work of the audit team during the professional practice.
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