Las ayudas en indagaciones científicas escolares mediadas por herramientas tecnológicas. Investigaciones de la última década

Anna Solé- Llussà, David Aguilar Camaño, Manel Ibáñez Plana

Abstract


Se presenta una revisión de las investigaciones dedicadas a lo largo de la última década al estudio de la tecnología como soporte en el aprendizaje de las ciencias por indagación en educación primaria. Analizando 44 trabajos resultantes se sintetiza la información sobre la tipología de apoyos y herramientas tecnológicas, la adecuación de la herramienta a la diversidad de las aulas y la evolución de las ayudas ofrecidas por los maestros en estos contextos. La investigación educativa en este ámbito es claramente insuficiente dada la trascendencia social de las cuestiones abiertas.


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Ciencias; indagación; soporte tecnológico; educación primaria

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1344/der.2019.36.223-242

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