Desafíos del uso de TikTok como plataforma educativa: Una red multitemática donde el humor supera al debate
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TikTok
Educación
Redes sociales
Juventud TikTok
Education
Social Networks
Youth

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Tejedor Calvo, S., Cervi, L., Robledo-Dioses, K., & Pulido Rodríguez, C. (2022). Desafíos del uso de TikTok como plataforma educativa: Una red multitemática donde el humor supera al debate . Aula Abierta, 51(2), 121-128. https://doi.org/10.17811/rifie.51.2.2022.121-128

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TikTok es actualmente la aplicación más descargada después de WhatsApp y Messenger. En el ámbito educativo la red social marcó un precedente en España, cuando el 2020 desarrolló el proyecto #Edutok. Analizamos el contenido de 800 vídeos de las cuentas de los tiktokers españoles consideradas parte de #Edutok, con el objetivo de estudiar perfiles, tipología de contenidos educativos, temáticas predominantes, emociones involucradas, tipo de interacciones, y uso de recursos, entre otros. Se encontró que la explotación educativa de TikTok atraviesa una etapa muy incipiente, aspecto que enlaza con la juventud de la red social. Destaca su idiosincrasia multitemática y la ausencia de lineamientos educativos, que desemboca en vídeos donde prima el contenido de humor en detrimento de la invitación al debate, y que desaprovechan recursos propios de la narrativa audiovisual, como extractos de documentales o películas. Entendemos que el aprovechamiento de TikTok como herramienta educativa demandará de investigaciones teórico-prácticas que, por un lado, contemplen su particular idiosincrasia y, por otro, apliquen, en este nuevo escenario, aprendizajes derivados del trabajo educativo multimedial, colaborativo y bidireccional de otras plataformas.

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