Estrategias de enseñanza efectivas para los tiempos de y pospandemia

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educación, instrucción, enseñanza asistida por ordenador

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La pandemia por el COVID-19 ha llevado a que los programas educativos convencionales continúen bajo la modalidad de enseñanza remota. Para esto, los docentes deben implementar escenarios de aprendizaje apoyados en computadores y recursos multimedia a través de Internet. A fin de que esta “nueva normalidad” produzca los resultados de aprendizaje esperados, la enseñanza remota debe diseñarse y implementarse a partir del conocimiento más sólido sobre cómo las personas aprenden mejor usando los recursos multimedia. Esto conlleva la creación de entornos de aprendizaje dinámicos y personalizados que se ajusten a las necesidades cognitivas de los estudiantes. Este artículo insiste a favor de un enfoque de enseñanza explícita, directa y ajustada a los conocimientos de los estudiantes. De acuerdo con esto, se presenta un conjunto de estrategias provenientes de las perspectivas cognitivas, tales como la teoría la carga cognitiva, del aprendizaje multimedia y las dificultades deseables, para fomentar ambientes de aprendizajes adaptables que optimicen el procesamiento dual de la multimedia y promuevan aprendizajes a plago plazo.

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2021-07-15

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Zambrano R., J., & Yaguarema Alvarado, M. M. . (2021). Estrategias de enseñanza efectivas para los tiempos de y pospandemia: http://repositorio.ulvr.edu.ec/handle/44000/4607. Yachana Revista Científica, 10(2). Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.ulvr.edu.ec/index.php/yachana/article/view/674

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Área de Ciencias de la Educación