Un enfoque teórico para el uso de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación en la Educación Física

  • K. Yildiz
  • Pınar Güzel
  • D. Zerengök
Palabras clave: Tecnologías de información y comunicación, educación física, ciencias del deporte

Resumen

El mundo cambiante de hoy impone nuevos desafíos en todos los aspectos de nuestras vidas. Los cambios más destacados se han observado en la tecnología de la información y las comunicaciones (TIC). Estos cambios impusieron nuevos desafíos para el sistema educativo, las escuelas y especialmente para los docentes. Mantener el ritmo de estos desarrollos ha ganado una mayor popularidad en la cultura digital actual, y en consecuencia el interés académico aumentó significativamente en el uso de tecnologías inteligentes y modernas en el campo de la Educación Física. Hasta ahora, se ha realizado una cantidad razonable de investigación para estudiar la integración de la tecnología en entornos de enseñanza y aprendizaje. Sin embargo, es necesario dedicar más esfuerzo a los reclamos e investigaciones en el ámbito de la Educación Física. Por lo tanto, este documento intenta presentar una breve descripción general sobre el tema, los enfoques, las herramientas y los estudios sobre el uso de la tecnología en el campo de la educación física.

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