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CPU-e. Revista de Investigación Educativa

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LOZANO RODRIGUEZ, Armando; ZARATE ORTIZ, José Francisco  and  LLAVEN AGUILAR, María Isabel. Using Online Educational Resources at the High School level: Development of teaching competences of teachers. CPU-e. Rev. Investig. Educ [online]. 2018, n.26, pp.114-135. ISSN 1870-5308.

A study is presented with professors of upper secondary level on the use of a technological tool called Living Class that groups educational resources online. The objectives were to investigate if the teachers who use Living Class develop technological competences and educational innovation. The methodology was mixed and imbricated. A survey was applied to 130 teachers, in addition, nine focus groups in situ with 27 teachers and 20 semi-structured interviews by videoconference. The data obtained were processed with the SPSS software for quantitative data and with Atlas.ti for qualitative data. The findings show that three quarters of teachers recognize that the Living Class tool helps to develop teaching competencies such as time planning, adjustments in the didactic sequences of classes, development of the inverted classroom model, management of rubrics and innovative technological applications such as WordDrop, Crosswords, Piktochart, Kahoot, among others.

Keywords : Technological innovations; didactic resources; teaching competences; virtual learning enviroments.

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