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Herramientas para la producción de materiales didácticos para las modalidades de ense anza semipresencial y a distancia* Tools for the production of didactic materials for part time and distance learning modalities
Marlene Duquesne Rodríguez
ACIMED , 2007,
Abstract: Se realiza una breve presentación del escenario y las herramientas para la producción de materiales didácticos para las modalidades de ense anza semipresencial y a distancia en las universidades en Cuba. A brief presentation is carried out of the setting and the tools for the production of didactic material for part time and distance learning modalities in the Cuban universities.
Nuevas iniciativas en torno a la formación e investigación en traducción biosanitaria
Antonio Bueno García
Panace@ : Revista de Medicina, Lenguaje y Traducción , 2007,
Abstract: La Dirección General de Traducción de la Comisión Europea ha enviado a los Estados miembros unas recomendaciones con vistas a elaborar un máster europeo de traducción que permita potenciar la formación de especialistas, entre los que figuran los traductores biosanitarios. La Universidad de Valladolid ha sido la primera en dar forma a este compromiso con la creación de un programa oficial de posgrado, el Máster de Traducción Profesional e Institucional (Máster TPI), de un a o de duración (60 créditos ECTS), que forma a los licenciados y diplomados de distintas especialidades en las destrezas profesionales y en el conocimiento de la traducción en la Unión Europea. En el programa, de cinco módulos de especialidad, colaboran hasta cinco escuelas o facultades distintas y once áreas departamentales. El apoyo del Grupo de Investigación Interdisciplinar Intersemiótica, Traducción y Nuevas Tecnologías (GIR ITNT) resulta fundamental en el desarrollo de los sistemas telemáticos y en la investigación aplicada. ----------------------------------------- New initiatives on biomedical translation training and research. The European Commission's Directorate-General for Translation sent all Member States of the EU a set of instructions recommending the elaboration of a European master on translation promoting highly-skilled specialists in different fields, biomedical ones included. The University of Valladolid was the first one to give form to this commitment by means of an Official Postgraduate Programme, the so-called Máster de Traducción Profesional e Institucional (Máster TPI), which lasts one academic year (60 ECTS), and which prepares undergraduate students from different backgrounds in the professional skills and expertise in translation required for the European Union. This programme, consisting of five modules of specialization, benefits from the collaboration of five university schools and eleven department areas of study. The support of the interdisciplinary research group, sponsored by the University of Valladolid: "Intersemiotics, Translation and New Technologies" (ITNT) has proved to be essential for the development of telematic systems and applied research.
Los desafíos de la industrialización: debates y propuestas parlamentarias en torno a la educación técnica industrial. Chile 1929-1952
Francisco Rivera
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: This article analyzes some proposals related to the industrial technical education debates held in the Chamber of Deputies of Chile, in the context of economic and social reforms derived primarily from the 1929 crisis. In that sense, we examine ideas and proposals concerning to the formation of skilled labour to meet one of the major challenges to the socioeconomic modernization. Theprocess of transformation of the technical education system reached its greatest expression with the founding of the Universidad Técnica del Estado (State Technical University) in 1947 conceived as the institution in charge of forming senior technical staff to support the implementation of national industrialization.
El enfoque reflexivo en la formación docente
Tania Tagle
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: The process of designing a Programme focused on developing teachers’ professional competence is a challenging task. Within this framework, the reflective approach includes some elementsthat are important to take into account in this designing process. In relation to this, the reflective approach takes into consideration the following elements: trainees’ beliefsarticulation between theory and practice, and reflection.
La dimensión interaccional en la supervisión de prácticas docentes. Una aproximación desde la transdiciplinariedad
Paola Andreucci
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: This work is based on a joint proposal of a cross-discipline study and a teacher supervision process from a relational perspective. It addresses the epistemological complexity (Morin, 2007) of usingsupervision discursive contributions from various disciplines: pedagogy, philosophy and dialogic language. The first of them include principles and rules of classification and framing (Bernstein, 1975, 1985, 1999) to clarify and define the characteristics of the device and pedagogical discourse. From philosophy and science dialogic (Bajtín, 2003, 2008), it relieves the generation of subjectivity from a re-action to others. The proposal is exemplified in a supervisory material offering some guidelines for its implementation.
Educación superior y la pirámide: direcciones de desarrollo del sector no universitario en Argentina, Chile y Perú
Natalia Orellana
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: This comparative study explores institutional diversity in three South American higher education systems: Argentina, Chile and Peru. From a perspective of external diversity (among institutions), it offers a differentiated understanding on the ways in which the emergency of providers outside the university patterns have been promoted and developed identifying tensions, challenges and current responses. The diversification process ended with the university monopoly in higher education but not with its condition as an institutional referent. However, a variety of providers are strengthening their increasing role by showing positive achievements in aspects as stability, regulation, information systems and quality enhancement.
El doctorado en educación: un ejemplo de desregulación en el campo de la educación superior en Chile.
Javier Corvalán,Alejandra Falabella,María Teresa Rojas
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: This paper presents the results of a study about the situation of the Doctoral Programs in Education in Chile.The study is aimed to characterize the provision of these Doctoral Programs and raise the main demands by employers, as well as doctoral students. It is based upon documents and online information, secondary data and interviews with employers, students and PhD graduates in education. Results show a wide and dispersed supply of 16 doctoral programs with various goals, curriculum plans, and over all, different approaches and levels of demand towards the production and dissemination of scientific knowledge and its theory. Along with this, employers of PhD in education, students and the alumni of programs expressed several critiques about the quality of education provision and research training. The outcomes represent anexample of the deregulation of higher education in Chile and indicate that the national current regulatory mechanisms remain inadequate, especially in relation to postgraduate studies.
Adaptación de la Metodología Tuning para el levantamiento del perfil de egreso de los alumnos de bachillerato de la Universidad de los Andes
Juan Carlos Aguilera,Gabriela Cuevas
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: This paper is aimed to present in detail a survey it conducted on the graduation profile of students in the Baccalaureate Program of the Universidad de los Andes (Chile), using an adaptation of themethodology deriving from the Tuning Project and the Tuning Project for Latin America and the Guidelines for the profile forming of graduation from the Universidad de los Andes (CHILE).Considering that Baccalaureate Program has a preparatory character for university studies, this work is an innovation since it adapts a methodology aimed to develop career profiles with professional output.
Paleontología Social: una experiencia educativa sobre ciencia, patrimonio e identidad
Erwin González,Mario Pino,Omar Recabarren,Tamara Busquets
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: This paper aims to present an educational experience with children and young people in Southern Chile.They learned about heritage using the scientific method as a vehicle of knowledge and appreciation.Our work is based on researches on paleontological and archaeological findings in Pilauco and Monte Verde. We have oriented both experiences to the so-called Social Palaeontology, understood as integrated to the archaeology of early settlers and based on concepts of heritage and identity.
Análisis y propuestas para la acreditación de pedagogías en Chile
Macarena Domínguez,Lorena Meckes
Calidad en la Educación , 2011,
Abstract: This essay examines the accreditation of initial teacher training programs in Chile –evaluation criteria, requirements, consequences, standards, procedures and financial arrangements- and compares them to accreditation processes in countries with a strong quality assurance of their teaching force. Chilean accreditation of initial teacher training is also compared to features that should be present in any assessment used for purposes of accountability. The essay concludes with the identification of the main weaknesses we should overcome in order to increase the contribution of the accreditation process to the quality assurance of the teaching force in our country.
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