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María-Elena Gómez-Parra
Universidad de Córdoba
España
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7870-3505
Vol. 8 (2021), Artículos de fondo, páginas 53-65
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/digilec.2021.8.0.8634
Enviado: jul 20, 2021 Publicado: dic 29, 2021
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La literatura sobre aprendizaje cooperativo se muestra unánime en las ventajas que este ofrece para el desarrollo de habilidades esenciales para el ciudadano del siglo XXI. Las Lesson Study (LS) son “not only a means of improving the skills and knowledge of teachers, but also a way to improve the knowledge base of the teaching profession” (Stigler, 2004: ix). Los dos objetivos principales de este trabajo son: i. Analizar y comparar el impacto de dos rondas de implementación de LS (175 estudiantes) en el marco del proyecto Dispositifs inclusifs de cooperation - DICO+ (2018-1-FR01-KA201-047904); y ii. Analizar el impacto formativo de las LS entre el profesorado. Se usó la metodología de análisis de métodos mixtos para esta investigación. Los resultados cuantitativos revelaron interesantes comparaciones sobre las preferencias del alumnado cuando trabajan bajo el paradigma de las LS, mientras que los datos cualitativos indican que las LS han contribuido significativamente a la mejora de la formación y a la praxis docente del profesorado. Nuestras conclusiones indican que el alumnado reconoce los beneficios sociales de las LS y apuntan a que el profesorado debería conocerlas más a fondo e implementarlas con frecuencia, porque la estructuración del trabajo cooperativo previo a la implementación beneficia el aprendizaje (Sulfemi & Kamalia, 2020) y, además, puede contribuir a mejorar la formación (inicial y permanente) del profesorado, así como a mejorar su disposición para adoptar técnicas adaptativas en el aula.

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