El codiseño como impulso del compromiso del estudiantado universitario
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Codiseño
compromiso
aprendizaje
estudiante
participación co-design
engagement
learning
student
participation

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Escofet Roig, A., Novella Cámara, A., & Morín Fraile, M. V. (2021). El codiseño como impulso del compromiso del estudiantado universitario. Aula Abierta, 50(4), 825-832. https://doi.org/10.17811/rifie.50.4.2021.825-832

Resumen

La relación de partenariado entre estudiantes y docentes universitarios mediante prácticas de codiseño fomenta la participación activa, posibilita el compromiso académico y tiene un valor formativo clave al desarrollar una conciencia metacognitiva sobre lo que se está aprendiendo. El objetivo de la investigación ha sido analizar las representaciones y los marcos significativos de docentes que impulsaron prácticas de codiseño en una universidad pública española. Se implicó a 265 estudiantes de ocho grados universitarios y 10 docentes. Los procesos de codiseño realizados tuvieron que ver con aspectos centrados en los contenidos, la evaluación y las metodologías pedagógicas en asignaturas de distinta tipología. Los resultados permiten presentar cuatro marcos representacionales significativos que emergieron en los docentes implicados en experiencias de codiseño a partir de la técnica del grupo de discusión. Los hallazgos reafirman las cualidades del codiseño y proponen nuevas claves en relación a su concepción como proceso de construcción participativa, sumando el papel del estudiante como constructor de cambios. Además, proponen dos cualidades nuevas en su caracterización, configurando una propuesta de cinco cualidades: Respeto, Reciprocidad, Responsabilidad, Reflexión y Revisión. Estas aportaciones son clave para acompañar el desarrollo del compromiso del estudiante en la universidad y en su formación.

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