Webinars 360: Una Experiencia Formativa Transnacional de la Red Universitaria de Tecnología Educativa

Sara Lorena Villagra Sobrino, Iván Manuel Jorrín Abellán, Ainara Zubillaga del Río, Elia María Fernández Díaz, Lorea Fernández Olaskoaga, Prudencia Gutiérrez Esteban, Víctor Abella García

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En este trabajo presentamos la experiencia “Webinars 360º series” una iniciativa de formación online promovida y desarrollada por la Red Universitaria de Tecnología Educativa (RUTE). Desde Marzo de 2019 se ha venido desarrollando un ciclo de webinars mensuales liderados por expertos provenientes de ocho países (EEUU; Australia; Alemania; República Checa; Portugal; Chile, y Rusia), con el objetivo de analizar tanto la formación inicial como la formación permanente del profesorado en Tecnología Educativa a nivel internacional. El análisis transversal del contenido de esta iniciativa transnacional nos ha permitido obtener conclusiones relacionadas con: a) las características definitorias de la formación inicial permanente en tecnología educativa del profesorado en los países participantes; b) las características comunes y diferenciadoras que definen la formación en tecnología educativa en los países participantes, y; c) los desafíos y retos que la formación en tecnología educativa está experimentando desde una perspectiva transnacional.

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Webinars 360º; Tecnología Educativa; Formación Inicial del Profesorado; Formación Permanente; RUTE

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