Creencias de profesores en formación sobre el uso de Pizarras interactivas de bajo costo
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Reyes-González, D., García Cartagena, Y., & Rojas Castro, P. (2019). Creencias de profesores en formación sobre el uso de Pizarras interactivas de bajo costo. iencia, ocencia ecnología, 30(58), 158-181. ecuperado a partir de http://www.pcient.uner.edu.ar/cdyt/article/view/479

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Esta investigación utiliza el instrumento cualitativo de la Teoría del Comportamiento Planificado (TPB) para obtener las creencias hacia la implementación pedagógica de un dispositivo de interfaz humana similar a las pizarras digitales interactivas. El instrumento se aplicó a estudiantes de pedagogía que participaron de un curso sobre el uso técnico y pedagógico de pizarras digitales. El conjunto de respuestas se sometió a un análisis de contenido generando categorías de creencias en el ámbito de los factores personales, contextuales y de control, que estarían mediando en su implementación. Posteriormente, se utilizaron criterios cuantitativos para seleccionar aquellas creencias que formarán parte del instrumento metodológico principal de TPB. En total dieciséis creencias fueron seleccionadas según un criterio que contempla tanto la cobertura de sujetos como de cantidad de creencias y que finalmente conforman el conjunto modal. Estas creencias son utilizadas para diseñar una estructura de capacitación dirigida a docentes en formación.
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