TRANSFORMAR LA CULTURA DE ENSEÑANZA Y APRENDIZAJE EN LA EDUCACIÓN SUPERIOR DESDE UNA PERSPECTIVA DIY

Autores/as

  • Raquel Miño-Puigcercós Universitat de Barcelona
  • María Domingo-Coscollola Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
  • Juana M. Sancho-Gil Universitat de Barcelona

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5944/educxx1.20057

Palabras clave:

Educación superior, aprendizaje, investigación-acción participativa, estudiantes, profesorado, producciones audiovisuales.

Resumen

Este artículo se basa en el proyecto europeo DIYLab y da cuenta de parte
de los resultados de su implementación en cinco grados de la Universidad
de Barcelona (Educación Primaria, Educación Infantil, Educación Social,
Pedagogía y Bellas Artes). El proyecto se desarrolló en centros de educación primaria, secundaria y superior de España, Finlandia y la Chequia. Su foco era incorporar en las instituciones implicadas, modalidades de aprender relacionadas con la cultura Do it Yourself (DIY), fomentando la creatividad, la colaboración, la autorregulación, la autoría, la compartición y el uso crítico de tecnologías digitales. Siguiendo una metodología basada en la investigación-acción participativa (IAP), organizamos grupos de discusión con profesorado, alumnado y familias y definimos la implementación a partir de las características de cada contexto y de acciones formativas con el profesorado. Durante la formación, se propuso que los estudiantes realizaran de forma colaborativa producciones audiovisuales sobre sus aprendizajes
y los procesos que los habían propiciado. Simultáneamente, creamos la
plataforma digital abierta DIYLabHub, con el objetivo de compartir las
producciones creadas por los estudiantes. Durante la implementación en
la Universidad de Barcelona, 471 estudiantes crearon colaborativamente y
compartieron en el Hub 76 producciones audiovisuales, y los investigadores realizamos observaciones, grabaciones, notas de campo y grupos de discusión. En este artículo, presentamos los resultados del análisis y las conclusiones sobre cómo se transformaron las prácticas de enseñanza y de aprendizaje y se resignificaron las actitudes y los roles del profesorado y alumnado, y sobre la sostenibilidad de la cultura DIY en educación superior.

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Biografía del autor/a

Raquel Miño-Puigcercós, Universitat de Barcelona

Raquel Miño Puigcercós is a PhD in Education and Society. She is a teaching associate of the Department of Didactics and Educational Organisation of the Faculty of Education of the University of Barcelona. She is a member of the research group ESBRINA at the University of Barcelona and the network of excellence REUNI+D (University Network for Research and Educational Innovation).

Faculty of Education. Universitat de Barcelona (UB). Pg. de la Vall d'Hebron, 171. 08035 Barcelona. T. 600718474.

María Domingo-Coscollola, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya

Maria Domingo-Coscollola is a professor of the Faculty of Education at the International University of Catalonia. Accredited as a university professor by ANECA. She is a coordinator of first year of the Early Childhood education and Primary education degree at the Faculty of Education of the UIC. She is a member of the research group ESBRINA at the University of Barcelona (UB) and the network of excellence REUNI+D (University Network for Research and Educational Innovation).

Faculty of Education. Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (UIC). C. Terré, 11-19. 08017 Barcelona.

Juana M. Sancho-Gil, Universitat de Barcelona

Juana M. Sancho-Gil is a full professor of Educational Technologies in the Faculty of Education of the University of Barcelona. She is coordinator of the research group ESBRINA and REUNI+D (University Network for Educational Research and Innovation). She has published a large number of books and articles both nationally and internationally. Her research focuses on institutional, organizational and symbolic aspects of educational environments in contexts of change and complexity; emerging subjectivities and literacies; and learning technologies in the knowledge society.

Faculty of Education. Universitat de Barcelona (UB). Pg. de la Vall d'Hebron, 171. 08035 Barcelona.

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2018-11-13

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