Ecosistemas tecnológicos de aprendizaje y gestión educativa. Características estratégicas para un diseño eficiente

Ramon Martí, Mercè Gisbert, Virginia Larraz

Resumen


Partiendo del concepto inicial de ecosistema de aprendizaje formulado por Wilkinson (2000) proponemos un modelo de diseño de ecosistema de aprendizaje y gestión educativa que dé respuesta a todos los procesos implicados en la actividad propia de una institución educativa o de un sistema educativo. Las características presentadas responden a un ámbito de decisión de tipo estratégico. Su consideración ha de permitir a responsables educativos diseñar una arquitectura del ecosistema tecnológico basado en componentes que garantice una respuesta eficiente de la tecnología a las necesidades estratégicas de la organización. Esta propuesta parte de una exhaustiva investigación realizada y es aplicable en diferentes escenarios, desde un sistema educativo a nivel regional o nacional hasta una institución educativa.


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tecnología; ecosistema; estrategia; eficiencia; diseño

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21556/edutec.2018.64.1025

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