Abraçar el fracàs en un curs de tecnologia de primer any

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17345/ute.2020.4.2873

Paraules clau:

disseny del curs, resiliència, fracàs, innovació, tecnologia, formació de professorat

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Tot i que els estudiants podrien esperar que un curs d’alfabetització tecnològica els proporcionés experiències educatives basades en eines, els estudiants de primer any d’una universitat de professors d’una gran universitat pública dels Estats Units van descobrir, en canvi, un curs que els traslladaria més enllà de l’ús de la tecnologia al desenvolupament reflexiu i comprensió. Els dissenyadors de cursos van utilitzar els impulsos naturals de Dewey per aprendre a crear un curs amb una gamma de tasques innovadores i enfocaments pedagògics. L’experiència resultant va submergir els futurs educadors en l’exploració, l’aprenentatge amb bastides, va proporcionar múltiples oportunitats i va permetre el creixement intel·lectual i personal. En aquest article, descriurem l’estructura conceptual del curs, proporcionarem exemples de tasques i activitats i descriurem l’ús de la tecnologia tant per a la pedagogia com per a la interacció i el disseny de l’instructor. Inclourem mostres del treball dels estudiants i una descripció de les seves experiències en funció de les seves reflexions.

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Biografies de l'autor/a

Jodie Donner, Arizona State University

Lead Technology Strategist and Head of IgnitED Labs (network of emerging technology labs) in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Adjust professor of technology literacy course in the college that serves students across the university.

Melissa Warr, Arizona State University

PhD candidate in Learning, Literacies, and Technologies at Arizona State University's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

Sean M Leahy, Arizona State University

Director of Technology Initiatives and Academic Professional in the Office of Scholarship and Innovation in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. PhD

Punya Mishra, Arizona State University

Associate Dean of Scholarship and Innovation in the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State Unversity. PhD.

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2021-05-26

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Donner, J., Warr, M., Leahy, S. M., & Mishra, P. (2021). Abraçar el fracàs en un curs de tecnologia de primer any. Revista De Ciències De l’Educació, 1(4), 68. https://doi.org/10.17345/ute.2020.4.2873

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