Ludificación y sus posibilidades en el entorno de blended learning: revisión documental

Ángel Torres-Toukoumidis, Luis M Romero-Rodríguez, M. Amor Pérez-Rodríguez

Resumen


La ludificación en el entorno de aprendizaje semipresencial constituye una innovación de alto impacto en las posibilidades de aprendizaje. Se considera que comparte aspectos con el blended learning, en relación con el aumento de la motivación y la optimización en la obtención de resultados respecto a una actividad para estimular el aprendizaje. En este sentido, este trabajo plantea un análisis de publicaciones en bases de datos internacionales en las que se aborda la cuestión de la ludificación en el entorno de blended learning. Para ello se realiza una revisión de literatura científica, aplicando la documentación como método para la sistematización. El estudio que se presenta analiza 34 aportaciones entre 2012 y 2017* indexadas en las bases de datos WOS y Scopus, utilizando una estrategia de búsqueda basada en cuatro criterios: público (destinatario), tópico, diseño metodológico y conclusiones principales. Los resultados demuestran que las publicaciones reseñadas se centran en estudiantes de educación superior, especialmente del ámbito de la ingeniería, exponen prototipos y modelos, y presentan diseños metodológicos en los que predomina el marco teórico-conceptual, seguido de estudios empírico cuantitativos. Se deduce, en consecuencia, entre otros aspectos, la necesidad de seguir impulsando la convergencia ente ludificación y blended learning, dado el efecto positivo que conlleva en relación con la motivación, retroalimentación y en la adquisición de competencias por parte de los estudiantes.


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Enseñanza y formación; educación tecnológica; juego educativo; aprendizaje; interacción; motivación

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