Futuros docentes peruanos frente a la educación mediática: entre la deuda y la esperanza

Translated title of the contribution: Future Peruvian teachers and media education: between debt and hope

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Abstract

This article explores the knowledge and attitudes of Peruvian teachers in initial training regarding media
education as a strategy to train competent citizens competent in the use of ICTs. In a context of a global
pandemic where we depend on technologies to guarantee the right to education and where flows of information multiply, it is pertinent to discuss the terms on which these ICTs should be incorporated into
initial teacher training. In order to know the voice of future teachers, we conducted four focus groups with some of the most important educational institutions in Peru. The results show that teachers are critical of the educational role of media, but also that they are aware of their own shortcomings as professionals to understand, manage, appropriate and integrate them into the classroom, beyond their presence as teaching
aids. In that sense, they have little training on ICTs from a sociocultural dimension that goes beyond the instrumental view, and detect the need to incorporate ICTs in their curricula as part of their comprehensive
training.
Translated title of the contributionFuture Peruvian teachers and media education: between debt and hope
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)1-19
Number of pages19
JournalDiálogos sobre educación
Volume13
Issue number24
DOIs
StatePublished - 27 Dec 2021

Keywords

  • Media education
  • media and information literacy
  • Media competence

COAR

  • Article

Ulima Repository Category

  • Ciencias sociales / Educación

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