PEDAGOGIC MEDIATION IN DISTANCE EDUCATION: INNOVATION IN UNIVERSITY TEACHING IN THE PROCESS OF PREPARATION OF TEACHING MATERIALS
The central concern is to map the specificities of innovation in university teaching throughout preparation of printed and hypermedia materials for the pedagogic mediation in Distance Education. The spiraled cycles of planning, action, observation and reflection guided methodologically which involved
teachers and mediation designers in multidisciplinary teams at the Physics Teaching License Course in the Distance Mode. The analytical categories were chosen in the light of the Network of Mediators Theory, Didactic Transposition and Significant Learning. Two contributions of the results could be highlighted: a) the mapping of teaching performance divided in three matrices: Problem-Dialog Matrix, Thematic-Organizing Matrix, Thematic-Analytical Matrix and b) the indicators form Perfo_List to accompany teaching performance in multidisciplinary teams. It can conclusively be stated that teaching performance throughout the preparation of printed and hypermedia materials potentializes pedagogic mediation in distance education when it is sustained on three linked basic principles: skill, autonomy and desire.
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RIED. Revista Iboeroamericana de Educación a Distancia
Director: Lorenzo García Aretio
UNED, Facultad de Educación
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ISSN:1138-2783 - E-ISSN: 1390-3306
Depósito legal: M- 36.279-1997