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Title: Gestión de equipos para el diseño tecnopedagógico de la seguridad de la información
Author: Toribio López, Sandra
Tutor: Valls Pou, Albert  
Abstract: Throughout this research paper we will highlight the urgency of consolidating pedagogical strategies. These facilitate the integration of new technologies in teaching-learning processes in order to bring out their full potential and reduce the risks associated with inappropriate use of digital tools. For that, the educational community, from school management to families, including teaching teams and students (among other agents), must be involved in the decisionmaking process involved in the creation of a Digital School Plan. In this sense, the purpose of this thesis is twofold. On the one hand, an analysis of both the background and the current context that show the causes and consequences of the abusive use of ICT. On the other hand, an educational proposal with the aim that the techno pedagogical design (TPD) teams develop in institutions and centers a competence framework that serves as a reference to support a sustainable and effective adaptation of education and training systems of the EU Member States to the digital age. The information gathered in this document, supported by leading organizations such as the European Commission, the National Institute of Educational Technologies and Teacher Training and UNESCO, among others, will contribute to the purpose of justifying and adequately guiding a hypothetical educational intervention.
Keywords: techno pedagogical design
digital competence
protection and prevention measures
Digital School Plan
digital safety
technology addiction
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: 13-Jan-2023
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