Las pedagogías activas y el uso de los TICs en contexto universitario: ¿una combinacion posible?

Anastassis Kozanitis

Resumo


Las pedagogías activas y las tecnologías de información y comunicación para la enseñanza están cada día más presentes en el ámbito universitario. Una amplia literatura científica sustenta los impactos positivos sobre el aprendizaje de ambos elementos. Sin embargo, el número de docentes que hacen un uso combinado y simultáneo de ellos resulta ser bajo. La principal razón evocada por no hacerlo es el desconocimiento de los TICs que podrían ser utilizadas con las pedagogías activas.


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Pedagogias ativas. TIC. Aprendizagem ativa. Ensino superior.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7213/1981-416X.17.052.DS08

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