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DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMON FRAMEWORK OF DIGITAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/SciELOPreprints.7589

Keywords:

Digital competencies, teachers, standars, technology

Abstract

The integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in educational practices requires teachers to have adequate and updated technological competencies. To this end, organizations and institutions develop ICT competencies structures and standards that guide teaching performance at relevant levels for training profiles. However, their variety and particular approaches imply that, when applying them, some aspects may not be considered. The research that initiated this article had the objective of elaborating a common framework of digital standards based on the proposals of multiple frameworks of digital standards and competencies linked to the teaching practice. Through a qualitative approach and documentary analysis, similar aspects were identified in eight frameworks of digital standards and competencies. Among the results, four main dimensions were identified, with emphasis on pedagogical aspects and less attention to ethical and attitudinal aspects related to the use of technologies in education. Based on this analysis, it was possible to create a common framework of standards that reflect the common concerns and particular contributions of the different frameworks analyzed.

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Author Biographies

Hugo Tapia Silva, Catholic University of the Maule

Facultad de Ciencias Religiosas y Filosóficas, Departamento de Teología

Elvis Campos Palacios, University of La Serena

Facultad de Humanidades, Departamento de Artes y Letras

Posted

12/01/2023

How to Cite

Silva, H. T., & Palacios, E. C. (2023). DEVELOPMENT OF A COMMON FRAMEWORK OF DIGITAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM. In SciELO Preprints. https://doi.org/10.1590/SciELOPreprints.7589

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Applied Social Sciences

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