Formación del profesorado y desarrollo profesional: 10 años de integración de las TIC ¿y qué?

Thérèse Laferrière, Fernand Gervais


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Este artículo reporta acerca de los diseños para usos efectivos de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación (TIC) en la enseñanza y el aprendizaje en la formación del profesorado. Mediante la aplicación del esquema de Engeström’s (1987), que distinguen tres niveles de uso de la computadora como herramienta cultural, se econtraron tres motivos socioculturales de su utilización, cada uno de los cuales refleja un diseño distinto para la mejora de los ambientes de aprendizaje del profesorado. Para cada conjunto de interacción se describen niveles: el trabajo conjunto entre escuelas y universidad; aulas enlazadas por computadora, y espacios de colaboración virtual. Al presentar la experiencia de cada actividad, se destacan elementos clave de los diferentes ambientes de aprendizaje diseñados y se resaltan trayectorias de profesores en formación, profesores y escuelas.

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Tecnología educativa; tecnologías de la información y la comunicación; formación del profesorado; comunidades de aprendizaje.

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