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Profesores 2.0 en la Universidad del siglo XXI


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  • 1. 2.0 TEACHERS AT THE 21st CENTURY UNIVERSITY Abstract of the presentation of the project The beginning of the new millennium...the era of "mix, rip and burn" deeply the knowledge society. Change is seen as the only constant. Mankind is plagued by the emergence of a new "buzzword" Web 2.0 ... (also known among its members as "Read-Write Web" or Social Web). Their emergence has been accompanied by prolific novel applications (blogs, wikis, RSS, podcasts, virtual worlds, mobile technology, etc.). Their missions are focused on increasing the architecture of participation, collective intelligence and wisdom of crowds, as never before seen. So far, the data concerning the penetration of this phenomenon in the context of university education are slight. The number of intrepid researchers, who have decided to study the many pedagogical and technological changes arising from social software for teaching and learning processes, is alarmingly low. In universities, located in nineteenth-century buildings, inhabited by teachers of the twentieth century, and populated by students of the Y-Generation, 2.0 technologies are getting in. Many teachers, who require more training to cover the deadlock that postmodern professionalism finds itself in and to cover the lack of ideas to properly combine educational technology applications and practices. Make no mistake, social software is not the panacea that will heal the college after a deterministic application. It is a compendium of 2.0 applications, following pedagogy and specific educational principles and that can lead to regain certain characteristics of teachers related to their particular learning processes and teaching practices. It is therefore of particular importance to reveal the possible effects of the integration of social web applications in self learning and teaching by university teachers? Faced with this (somewhat desolate) prospect a figure of hope looms through the fog. This is a teacher who decides to embark on a personal crusade, with, as identified in the notes of your GoogleDocs the main aim to analyze the impact of the social web on self-study and training of university teachers. Our protagonist will offer a preview of a research project in which the likes of Lev Vygotsky, John Dewey, Stephen Downs, Jay Cross and Tim O'Reilly will rub shoulders to get their second on-screen glory. Learning theories from behaviorism to connectivism will be released to the public. Web 2.0 will strip before the cameras to show its evolution. Informal learning reveals its role in the arduous journey to promote the development and continuous training of teachers. Social software will make its appearance as prime sponsor of e-learning 2.0. We will also discuss the methodology, instruments, and possible contributions in the imminent future incursions mutation educational process, training and professional development. All of you are invited to the premiere: 2.0 Teachers at the 21st Century University. 3-2-1 ... action! P.S. We want to notify our public that the presentation of project is in beta status and therefore, conceptual and procedural limitations may exist. In turn, we want to inform you that this study has a provisional character, being designed to be developed by and for people and that therefore any contribution to channel it will be welcome. Ana Rodera Bermúdez