Opiniones e intenciones de futuros educadores infantiles y maestros sobre la integración de las TIC en su práctica profesional

Rita Brito


A través de esta investigación hemos querido conocer la opinión de los futuros educadores infantiles y profesores de sus conocimientos de informática y sus intenciones de integrar las TIC en su futura práctica profesional. Para esto un cuestionario fue distribuido a los 52 alumnos del segundo año de la licenciatura en Educación Básica, en una institución de educación superior ubicada en el distrito de Lisboa. Se encontró que todos los estudiantes se consideran muy competentes en el uso del ordenador, su opinión es que el ordenador es una herramienta importante y una ventaja para el aprendizaje de los niños y lo quieren utilizar en sus prácticas futuras. Suponiendo que las percepciones influyen las intenciones y éstas influyen en el comportamiento, y de acuerdo con los resultados de esta investigación, estos futuros maestros tienen una buena percepción de las TIC, ya que se consideran muy competentes en el uso del ordenador; tienen la intención de utilizar las TIC en su futura práctica profesional. Veremos si estas percepciones e intenciones influirán en el comportamiento de estos futuros profesores, en su deseo de introducir las TIC en sus prácticas futuras como reclaman.

Palabras clave

tecnologías de la información y de la comunicación; ordenador; formación del profesorado; creencias; intenciones


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