La relación docente-estudiante en el aula de computación uno a uno

  • Arnon Hershkovitz Tel Aviv University


La relación entre docente y estudiante es un componente importante tanto para el desarrollo de uno como del otro. Los ambientes de aprendizaje actuales, ricos en tecnología, ofrecen oportunidades que podrían cambiar dichas relaciones. El presente trabajo presenta conclusiones de seis estudios de relaciones docente-estudiante en aulas de computación uno a uno (y otro estudio que refiere a la docencia a distancia). Juntos, ambos estudios —llevados a cabo en Israel, entre 2014 y 2016, con metodologías tanto cualitativas como cuantitativas, con una muestra combinada de 238 docentes— resaltan mejoras varias en las relaciones docente-estudiante. En general, se mantiene que los programas de computación uno a uno generan cambios importantes en las estrategias de enseñanza y de aprendizaje, y que dichos cambios afectan las relaciones docente-estudiante de manera positiva.


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HERSHKOVITZ, Arnon. La relación docente-estudiante en el aula de computación uno a uno. Páginas de Educación, [S.l.], v. 11, n. 1, p. 37-65, apr. 2018. ISSN 1688-7468. Disponible en: <>. Fecha de acceso: 21 may 2018 doi: