Alfabetización crítica de datos en la práctica: Un modelo de educación abierto para la formación docente



Palabras clave:

Datos abiertos; prácticas educativas abiertas; alfabetización crítica en datos; inteligencia artificial; educación superior, datos abiertos, prácticas educativas abiertas, alfabetización crítica en datos, inteligencia artificial, educación superior


Este artículo presenta el enfoque pedagógico y los resultados de una serie de cursos de desarrollo docente llevados a cabo entre 2016 y 2022 en diferentes países, basados en prácticas educativas abiertas, pensamiento crítico, ciudadanía y pedagogía crítica, así como en ideas sobre justicia social, justicia de datos y ética de datos, utilizando datos abiertos como recursos educativos abiertos para facilitar reflexiones críticas y ejercicios prácticos con docentes de diferentes regiones. Nuestras recomendaciones y conclusiones tienen como objetivo brindar consejos prácticos y promover un diálogo entre diferentes actores para facilitar el desarrollo de planes de estudio, talleres y recursos utilizando un modelo abierto para la formación docente.



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Cómo citar

Atenas, J., Havemann, L., Rodés, V., & Podetti, M. (2023). Alfabetización crítica de datos en la práctica: Un modelo de educación abierto para la formación docente. Edutec. Revista Electrónica De Tecnología Educativa, (85), 49–67.



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