Explorando adopciones, finalidades y usos de las redes sociales en el ámbito educativo desde la perspectiva de Usos y Gratificaciones. Representaciones de los futuros docentes y los profesores en ejercicio
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Tecnología educativa
redes sociales
usos y gratificaciones
perfiles de uso Educational technology
social media
uses and gratifications
usage profiles

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Calderón-Garrido, D., & Gil-Fernández, R. (2022). Explorando adopciones, finalidades y usos de las redes sociales en el ámbito educativo desde la perspectiva de Usos y Gratificaciones. Representaciones de los futuros docentes y los profesores en ejercicio. Aula Abierta, 51(1), 67-74. https://doi.org/10.17811/rifie.51.1.2022.67-74

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Las redes sociales están presentes en la cotidianeidad. Esta presencia ha trascendido y ha penetrado en el ámbito educativo. Para analizar el porqué, en esta investigación se ha partido de la Teoría de Usos y Gratificaciones, aplicando la Social Media Perception Scale (Saini y Abraham, 2019) en una muestra total de 160 personas (56 docentes en su formación inicial de siete universidades y 104 docentes en activo de 30 centros). Los resultados mostraron que las puntuaciones más altas se referían al intercambio de recursos y/o materiales, la colaboración y la utilidad de las redes sociales. Por el contrario, las dimensiones que menos puntuaron fueron las referidas a las relaciones sociales, facilitador de condiciones y la influencia social. En cualquier caso, fueron los docentes en formación los que puntuaron más alto en todos los casos. Los resultados obtenidos confirmaron el modelo teórico propuesto según el cual el uso educativo de las redes sociales está explicado por la adopción y el propósito. Finalmente, se concluye que tanto los docentes en activo como los futuros utilizan las redes para intercambiar recursos y prácticas más allá del aula, constituyendo para ellos una forma importante de mejorar la comprensión de nuevos conceptos e ideas.

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