Dispositivos móviles y Flipped Classroom. Una experiencia multidisciplinar del profesorado universitario.

Jesús Sergio Artal Sevil, Oscar Casanova López, Rosa María Serrano Pastor, Enrique Romero Pascual

Resumen


Se presenta una experiencia multidisciplinar de innovación educativa y renovación metodológica cuyo objetivo ha sido la incorporación del enfoque pedagógico Flipped Classroom en el aula. La implementación de nuevas herramientas TIC durante el proceso educativo ha permitido garantizar el éxito de la experiencia. Se fundamenta en un proceso de investigación-acción en equipo docente interdisciplinar aplicado durante el curso 2015/16 sobre estudiantes de la Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura y de la Facultad de Educación de la Universidad de Zaragoza. En las asignaturas se maneja diferente software y herramientas gratuitas mediante smartphones, tablets y ordenadores portátiles, analizando su repercusión. La actuación desarrollada resulta muy positiva para el alumnado, el profesorado y las asignaturas implicadas, siendo aplicables a diferentes contextos educativos.

Palabras clave


Flipped Classroom; Blended-Learning; TIC; recursos educativos; Socrative; Kahoot; smartphones; tablets; software gratuito.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21556/edutec.2017.59.817

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