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Title Systematization of Educational Experiences in the Technologies and Information Management Course at the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, Mexico.
AuthorsLAURA CRISTINA PINON-HOWLET, ALMA LILIA SAPIEN-AGUILAR, JORGE MARQUEZ-LOPEZ and MARIA DEL CARMEN GUTIERREZ-DIEZ
Abstract

Systematization fulfills a formative role because, through shared strategies, it teaches professors how to recover and assess their own practices, acquire new knowledge, and transform their teaching strategies. The research objective was to systematize educational experiences in the field of technologies and information management (TyMI) through educational scaffolding, in order to achieve higher and better learning in students according to the educational level corresponding to this exercise. The work had an ethnographic qualitative approach. The information harvesting techniques used were participant observation, structured field journals, documents, recordings and rubrics. The unit of analysis considered was made up of the scaled actions offered to students for self-regulation in their learning and the conditions required to enable such actions. The population consisted of a community made up by a group of first semester students of different races from the Faculty of Accountancy and Administration of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico. The use of educational scaffolding in the systematization of educational experiences, was of great value due to the fact that the proposal was open and flexible, and each teacher was able to customize and appropriate elements relevant to his or her instructional design, based on the challenges and problems faced in the course. The significance of this proposal lies with the incorporation of strategies for the development of complex thinking, linking with the current problems and relevant use of ICT in learning. Keywords: Systematization of Educational Experiences, Scaffolding, Technologies and Management of the Information and Communications.

Pages 758-765
Volume 7
Issue 3
Part 1
File Name Download (256)
DOI 10.30543/7-3(2018)-9