Analysis of digital sustainability factors in the adoption of learning apps in primary and secondary education

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https://doi.org/10.21556/edutec.2023.83.2715

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app, sostenibilidad, protección de datos, accesibilidad, eficiencia energética, educación primaria., app; sustainability; data protection; accessibility; energy efficiency; primary education.

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Este artículo presenta un estudio en el que se mide la importancia para los docentes de los factores de sostenibilidad digital que facilitan o inhiben la adopción de app educativas como apoyo al proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje en la Educación Primaria. Se ha empleado una metodología basada en un modelo de ecuaciones estructurales para realizar el análisis de importancia-valor (IPA). IPA tiene como objetivo identificar el valor asignado por los usuarios en términos de importancia y desempeño de una serie de criterios de calidad para obtener una medida indirecta de los elementos de sostenibilidad digital que fomentan o desincentivan la adopción app educativas. La muestra estuvo conformada por 212 docentes con experiencia en el uso de apps en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje. Los resultados muestran cuatro áreas de sostenibilidad digital que precisan mejora para garantizar un buen uso educativo y sostenible de las aplicaciones dentro y fuera del aula: uso seguro y transparente de datos y algoritmos, la adecuación de las app a la diversidad funcional de todos los estudiantes, la promoción de entornos colaborativos seguros y la necesidad de concienciación en materia de eficiencia energética

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20-03-2023

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Vázquez-Cano, E., Quero-Gervilla, M., Díez-Arcón, P., & Pascual-Moscoso , C. (2023). Analysis of digital sustainability factors in the adoption of learning apps in primary and secondary education. Edutec, Revista Electrónica De Tecnología Educativa, (83), 24–40. https://doi.org/10.21556/edutec.2023.83.2715

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Sección: Tecnologías digitales en educación:poniendo el foco en la ética