Algunas características de investigaciones que estudian la integración de las TIC en la clase de Ciencia

Andrea Miranda, Graciela Santos, Silvia Stipcich


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En los últimos años ha aumentado el interés por el estudio de la mediación tecnológica en los procesos educativos de todos los niveles de enseñanza. En este trabajo se comunican las características encontradas en las investigaciones actuales sobre ambientes de aprendizaje que integran las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación (TIC) en la clase de Ciencia. El análisis de las investigaciones emplea la técnica heurística V de Gowin, como una estrategia metacognitiva que permite identificar los aspectos relevantes del proceso de investigación. Se revisaron y describieron los diferentes trabajos seleccionados para determinar las tendencias actuales en el estudio de procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje con tecnologías. Se pudo identificar que la mayoría de los trabajos analizados estudian los aspectos asociados con la efectividad didáctica del uso de las TIC y sólo unos pocos hacen referencia a los procesos interactivos que emergen de actividades de aprendizaje.

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Tecnologías de la información; metodología de la investigación; comunidades de aprendizaje.

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