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Title: Impact of using tablets together with active didactic methodologies in secondary school
Authors: Álamo Rosales, Judit
Quevedo, Eduardo 
UNESCO Clasification: 58 Pedagogía
530602 Innovación tecnológica
Keywords: Tablets
Active methodologies
Issue Date: 2018
Conference: V Jornadas Iberoamericanas de Innovación Educativa en el Ámbito de las TIC y las TAC (InnoEducaTIC 2018) 
Abstract: High schools are increasingly implementing the usage of tablets as well as active didactic methodologies such as cooperative learning, project-based learning or gamification. These changes in the teaching and learning process consequently involve teachers’ motivation and training in order to face the continuous innovation in the pupils’ educational development. In this sense, it is key to make the most when didactic methodologies and information and communication technologies as tablets are put together to consolidate emerging pedagogies in high schools as a commitment to the future. In this paper, the strategy followed by Claret Las Palmas School to combine the usage of tablets together with active methodologies in secondary schools is presented. This approach is beginning in the first cycle of secondary school in this 2018-2019 course. As a first step, the involved teachers have completed a survey after passing a training of both active didactic methodologies and the usage of tablets (Chromebook). The results of this survey show that teachers highlight the use of cooperative learning and project based learning methodologies. Moreover, they are mainly concerned with future training and WiFi connection in the classroom, among other aspects.
ISBN: 978-84-09-02374-5
Source: V Jornadas Iberoamericanas de Innovación Educativa en el Ámbito de las TIC y las TAC, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 15 y 16 de noviembre de 2018, p. 45-50
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