La investigación en Tecnología Educativa y las nuevas ecologías del aprendizaje: Design-Based Research (DBR) como enfoque metodológico

Resumen

La investigación en Tecnología Educativa ha experimentado un amplio crecimiento en las últimas décadas. Este desarrollo no ha tenido una influencia significativa en la práctica educativa. La integración de las tecnologías digitales en los sistemas educativos no ha modificado sustancialmente la metodología docente para adaptarse a las competencias del siglo XXI. La investigación educativa tiene un escaso impacto en la toma de decisiones de los profesionales de la educación. Por otra parte, las nuevas ecologías del aprendizaje nos sitúan ante contextos de enseñanza-aprendizaje más flexibles, abiertos, distribuidos y conectados. Se necesitan nuevas teorías del conocimiento y nuevos enfoques en las metodologías de investigación educativa. En este artículo el «aprendizaje trialógico» se identifica como un marco conceptual útil para la comprensión de los nuevos contextos educativos y el «Design-Based Research» (DBR) se describe como un modelo metodológico idóneo para la integración efectiva de la investigación en la teoría y práctica pedagógica.

Biografía del autor/a

Jesús Valverde-Berrocoso, Universidad de Extremadura

Dpto. Ciencias de la Educación

Profesor Titular de Universidad

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Publicado
30-06-2016