Presencia social, didáctica y cognitiva del docente a distancia

de Aguinaga Vázquez, Patricia; Ávila González, Claudia; de Anda, Amelia Berenice Barragán
October 2009
Apertura: Revista de Innovación Educativa;Oct2009, Issue 11, p66
Academic Journal
This paper describes the need for social, cognitive and didactic teacher's presence in a distance education environment. Proposes some practical examples of how a facilitator can bring them out from the design stage through to implementation. Conceived the facilitator in the presence as one that fosters social interactions that intentionally encourage relationships so that humanize the learning environment. Also outlines the didactic and cognitive presence of teachers from design to evaluation of the course.


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