LAS TECNOLOGIAS EMERGENTES EN LAS ACTIVIDADES DE APRENDIZAJE AL IMPLEMENTAR UN MODELO DE INCORPORACIÓN DE TECNOLOGIA EN EL AULA / THE EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE LEARNING ACTIVITIES WHEN IMPLEMENTING A MODEL OF INCORPORATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM

Sosa Neira Edgar Andrés, Ibañez Jesús Salinas, Crosseti Barbara De Benito

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El propósito de este trabajo es determinar el rol de las tecnologías emergentes en las actividades de aprendizaje en la implementación de un modelo de incorporación de la tecnología en la clase y cómo estas contribuyen al aprendizaje de los estudiantes. La muestra del estudio consta de 38 profesores de escuelas oficiales de Bogotá-Colombia que implementaron el modelo. La información recogida se analizó mediante la técnica de análisis contenido y la codificación se realizó de manera abierta y axial. Entre los principales resultados, los profesores diseñaron una gran variedad de actividades de acuerdo con el momento de la secuencia didáctica, con respecto al rol de la tecnología, se encontró que las tecnologías emergentes se utilizan como: fuente de información; medios o recursos para crear productos por parte de los docentes y estudiantes; medios de interactividad; nuevas formas de innovación en el aula; canales para compartir información y comunicación y medios para recolectar información. En cuanto a la contribución de las tecnologías para el desarrollo de los objetivos de aprendizaje previstos en la implementación del modelo, los logros fueron: mejoras en la motivación, la atención y la concentración de los estudiantes; desarrollo de diferentes competencias; mejoramiento de los procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje; mejor ambiente de aula; permitir el acceso a la información y la ampliación de los espacios pedagógicos.

 

The purpose of this paper is to determine the role of Emerging Technologies in learning activities when implementing a Model of Incorporation of Technology in Class and the way they contribute to students' learning. The study sample consists of 38 teachers from Bogotá-Colombia official schools that implemented the model. The information collected was analyzed through the technique of content analysis and the codification was carried out in an open and axial manner. Among the main results, the teachers designed a great variety of activities according to the moment of the didactic sequence, regarding the role of technology, it was found that Emerging Technologies are used as: source of information; means or resources to create products by teachers and students; means of interactivity; new forms of innovation in the classroom; channels for sharing information and communication and means to collect information. Regarding the contribution of the technologies for the development of the learning objectives stipulated in the implementation of the model,  the achievements were: improvements in motivation, attention and concentration of students; development of different competencies; enhancement of  teaching and learning processes; better  classroom environment; access to information and expansion of pedagogical spaces.

 

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rol de la tecnología, tecnologías emergentes, tecnología educativa, enseñanza, aprendizaje / role of technology, emerging technologies, educational technology, teaching, learning

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