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Title: La competencia digital del profesorado y empoderamiento digital a estudiantes: estudio de caso de asignaturas semipresenciales
Author: Delgado Montoya, William
Director: Bautista Pérez,Guillermo
Keywords: blended learning
digital teaching competence
student empowerment
university teaching
professional development
Issue Date: 21-Sep-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: In 2014, the interuniversity postgraduate programme in Occupational Health, one of its kind in Central America, decided to adopt a blended learning approach. In order to make this switch, teachers had to show they possessed the required level of digital teaching competence (DTC) as well as the ability to adapt their teaching and assessment methodology to include digital technologies so they could in turn increase their own students' digital competence (DC). For this reason, continuous development and training in this area was key. The purpose of this work is to analyse teachers' and postgraduate students' perception of their own DC in a blended learning environment. This qualitative work is based on a case study using a mixed research design that outlines a series of phases and stages to explore teachers' and students' level of DC. The aim is to identify factors that facilitate or hinder DTC and students' empowerment in this area so as to establish criteria to guide its improvement and to design a self-assessment instrument for decision-making and strategic actions focused on continuous training in DTC.
Language: Spanish
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