Aprender haciendo – investigar reflexionando: caso de estudio paralelo en Colombia y Chile

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Title Aprender haciendo – investigar reflexionando: caso de estudio paralelo en Colombia y Chile
LEARNING BY DOING – RESEARCHING BY REFLECTION – A PARALLEL STUDY CASE IN COLOMBIA AND CHILE
APRENDER FAZENDO - PESQUISAR REFLEXIONANDO: CASO DE ESTUDO PARALELO NA COLÔMBIA E O CHILE.
 
Creator Rodriguez Garcia, Arturo B
Ramirez Lopez, Leonardo Juan
 
Subject
metodología; aprender; hacer; investigar; reflexionar;
Eduación
methodology; learn; doing; research; reflect;

Metodologia; aprender; fazer; pesquisar; reflexionar;
 
Description El presente artículo ofrece una reflexión sobre las posturas metodológicas del construccionismo que integran las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación (tic), entre ellas la WebQuest, objetos digitales de aprendizaje,plataformas e-Learning, entre otras, de gran auge actual, frente a nuevos objetivos y desafíos con visión futurista de la sociedad. Para abrir la reflexión sobre el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje se propone un caso de estudio quepermita evaluar cómo el metabolismo de la sala de clases ha cambiado, principalmente por el uso masivo de las tic que brinda al estudiante una metodología de información distribuida en diferentes y variadas fuentes de información, apartando la metodología centralizada que le prepara mediante el aprender haciendo e investigar reflexionando. En el ambiente universitario, la investigación forma parte del quehacer del estudiante convertido inicialmente en auxiliar de investigación y es ahí donde resulta necesario un análisis de los efectos que causan sus investigaciones en el medio sociocultural y productivo en el cual se desenvuelve.El caso de estudio se desarrolla con los grupos de investigación en telemedicina de la Universidad Militar Nueva Granada de Colombia (Tigum) y en Nuevas Tecnologías de la Universidad Santiago de Chile (gint), que durante 2012 y 2013 han realizado un estudio paralelo exploratorio aplicando la metodología “aprender haciendo-investigar reflexionando”, la cual permite evaluar los resultados de investigación y el desarrollo profesional de sus auxiliaresparticipantes. Así, se ha logrado que el 80% de los auxiliares continúen sus estudios de posgrado en maestrías o doctorados a nivel nacional o internacional.Palabras clave: metodología, aprender, hacer, investigar, reflexionar.
This paper offers a reflection on methodological constructionism postures that integrate ICT, including the WebQuest, digital learning objects, E-learning platforms, among others, due to the current boom takes on new goals and challenges with futuristic vision society. Therefore, the reflection on the teaching-learning opens a case study proposed to assess as the metabolism of the classroom has changed mainly due to the massive use of ICT provides students apply a methodology of distributed information in different and varied sources of information removing the centralized methodology to prepare by learning by doing and reflecting investigate. Thus, in the university research is part of the work initially become student research assistant and that is where an analysis of the effects is necessary because their research in the socio-cultural and productive environment in which it operates. Thereby this case study was developed in Research Group in Telemedicine of Nueva Granada Military University –TIGUM from Colombia, and New Technologies of Santiago de Chile University -GINT during 2012 and 2013 have made an exploratory study parallel applying the methodology “learning by doing - reflecting investigate” that allows evaluating the results of research and professional development of its participants auxiliary. As a result, more than 80% of assistant researches are developing their postgraduate studies at Masters or PhD at the national or international level.
O presente artigo oferece uma reflexão ao redor das posturas metodológicas do construcionismo que integram as tecnologias da informação e comunicação (tic), como a WebQuest, objetos digitais de aprendizado, plataformas e-Learning, entre outras, de grande preeminência atual, frente aos novos objetivos e desafios com visão futurista da sociedade. Com fim de começar a reflexão sobre o processo de ensino-aprendizado se propõe um caso de estudo que permita avaliar o como o metabolismo da sala de aula tem mudado, principalmente pelo uso massivo das tic que permite ao estudante aplicar uma metodologia da informação distribuída em diferentes e variadas fontes de informação, afastando a metodologia centralizada, que o prepara por meio do aprender fazendo e pesquisar reflexionando. No ambiente universitário, a pesquisa faz parte da atividade do estudante convertido inicialmente em auxiliar de pesquisa que é onde se precisa uma análise dos efeitos causados pelas suas pesquisas no meio sociocultural e produtivo no qual atua. O caso de estudo desenvolve-se com os grupos de pesquisa em telemedicina da Universidade Militar Nova Granada de Colômbia (Tigum) e em Novas Tecnologias da Universidade de Santiago de Chile (gint), que durante 2012 e 2013 têm realizado um estudo paralelo de exploração aplicando a metodologia “aprender fazendopesquisar reflexionando”, a qual permite avaliar os resultados de pesquisa e o desenvolvimento professional dos seus auxiliares participantes. Deste jeito, se tem obtido que o 80% dos assistentes continuem seus estudos de pós-graduação em mestrias o doutorados a nível nacional ou internacional.
 
Publisher Universidad Militar Nueva Granada
 
Contributor


 
Date 2014-12-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion



 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/ravi/article/view/318
10.18359/ravi.318
 
Source Academia y Virtualidad; Vol 7, No 2 (2014); 53-63
Academia y Virtualidad; Vol 7, No 2 (2014); 53-63
2011-0731
 
Language spa
 
Relation https://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/ravi/article/view/318/187
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