TITLE

Interpretación de la virtualidad. El conocimiento mediado por espacios de interacción social

AUTHOR(S)
González Sánchez, Margarita; José Hernández Serrano, María
PUB. DATE
December 2008
SOURCE
Apertura: Revista de Innovación Educativa;Dec2008, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Growing development of advanced technologies demands designing, continuously, new educational strategies and instructional mechanisms to provide effective teaching and learning processes improving quality in education. As we have discussed in a recent research, the spatial factor, and how a virtual environment is perceived and experienced by the subjects, as well as the opportunities that this environment allows and encourages are all relevant factors for designing proposals for teaching and learning supported by technologies. This complex relationship is manifested throughout perceptual, emotional and socio-cognitive aspects evidenced by individuals when they are interacting with those virtual environments. Thus, this complex framework of interactions subject-virtual environment requires a deeper analysis, and at the same time new ways of understanding, different from the traditional spaces, in order to improve educational processes developed by the technologies.
ACCESSION #
39259687

 

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