TITLE

La educación electrónica como ámbito de educación general

AUTHOR(S)
López, José M. Touriñán; Carballo, Jorge Soto
PUB. DATE
April 2011
SOURCE
Revista de Investigación en Educación;2011, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
New technologies are an educational challenge that can be perform to all teachers and make educational values. That is why we can use them to educate, developing applications which contains educational values in digital form of expression and using virtual reality as a component of general and common education for all citizens. So, in this article we are concerned specifically with the educational value of new technologies and what integration is being done to them in general education (other than professional and vocational education) in the educational system, regarding European directives and training of teachers. Our proposal is that you can not confuse the three possible meanings of the e-education in whatever field: &bull: E-education as a general field of education, an area that provides educational values like any other subject, engaged with the meaning of education. • E-education as general education field, so it is to say, the area (field of general education) which becomes common education of every scholars and developed the axiological sense of the virtual experience and the digitalized expression. • E-education as a professional and vocational development area.
ACCESSION #
64756679

 

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