Enseñanza de la Historia durante Covid-19

nforme sobre una ruta de aprendizaje asistida por computadoras y dispositivos móviles para las habilidades del siglo XXI

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Aprendizaje asistido por móviles, Habilidades del siglo XXI, Aula invertida

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Este informe resume la experiencia de un Liceo Italiano, más exactamente un primer curso, durante la pandemia, razón por la que los alumnos participaron en las clases turnándose semanalmente, o todos en confinamiento. Para promover conocimientos concretos y las habilidades del siglo XXI, desde las de Aprendizaje, en un entorno participativo, se adoptó la clase invertida, en la cual los alumnos tuvieron que: revisar fuentes, también en 3D; escribir un documento en línea (Word), respondiendo a preguntas de
compañeros; elaborar una narrativa digital del tema para exponerla oralmente, colaborando a través de redes sociales (WhatsApp) y herramientas colaborativas en línea; finalmente, responder a un cuestionario (Quizziz). Los resultados se refieren a: el compromiso de la clase, para la comprensión y los conocimientos esenciales de los estudiantes; inclusión de debilidades, por su papel activo cooperando; inclusión de los móviles como herramienta democrática; ubicuidad del aprendizaje, que minimiza la distancia entre la educación en línea y presencial; especialmente, fomentar el alcance de las competencias del siglo XXI, principalmente el aprendizaje-para-aprender. Por eso, lo que enseñó el confinamiento siempre será importante didácticamente.

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2021-11-28

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Porcedda, M. E. (2021). Enseñanza de la Historia durante Covid-19: nforme sobre una ruta de aprendizaje asistida por computadoras y dispositivos móviles para las habilidades del siglo XXI. Pulso. Revista De educación, (44), 129–143. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.cardenalcisneros.es/article/view/4655

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