An interdisciplinary proposal for promoting teaching digital competence in the Degree in Early Childhood Education (UPV/EHU)
Title (trans.)Una propuesta interdisciplinar para trabajar la competencia digital docente en el Grado de Educación Infantil (UPV/EHU)
EntityUAM. Departamento de Pedagogía
PublisherEdutec. Asociación para el Desarrollo de la Tecnología Educativa
10.21556/edutec.2022.79.2045Edutec. Revista Electrónica De Tecnología Educativa 79 (2022): 235-252.
SubjectsDegree in Early Childhood Education; Digital teaching competence; Information and Communication Technologies; teacher training; Educación
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In the pandemic occurred in the new millennium it has become clear the presence and importance of Information and Communication Technologies in the day-to-day life, including early childhood. Therefore, the initial teacher training must consider the development of digital teaching competence (DTC). Because of that, in the second year of the Degree in Early Childhood Education a multidisciplinary work called "Influence of Screens in Childhood" is proposed. This case study analyses if this proposal facilitates the development of DTC. The sample consists of 166 university students. The content of digital concept maps has been analysed in relation to students' reflection about the influence of screens. The analysis of the oral presentations of their conclusions has been carried out through an observation scale and a self-assessment scale. From the realised analysis, it is concluded that the DTC of future teachers and the approach to the digital world have been successfully achieved thanks to the model on which the proposal is based. However, it is also clear that the possibility of transferring these results will depend on future research located in different contexts, which use other interfaces, or are related to other Degrees.
Google Scholar:Alvarez Uria, Amaia - López de Arana Prado, Elena - Sáenz-Del-Castillo Velasco, Aritza
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