La instrucción en procesos mecánicos y sustantivos de la escritura a través de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación (TIC): una revisión empírica
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new technologies
writing
digital tools
written composition
written expresion nuevas tecnologías
escritura
herramientas digitales
composición escrita
expresión escrita

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González Laguna, M. V., & Fidalgo, R. . (2021). La instrucción en procesos mecánicos y sustantivos de la escritura a través de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación (TIC): una revisión empírica. Magister, 33(1), 33-40. https://doi.org/10.17811/msg.33.1.2021.33-40

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La escritura es una habilidad esencial que permite al ser humano comunicarse y aprender, por lo que su buen desarrollo favorece el éxito académico y laboral. Actualmente, la inmersión de las nuevas tecnologías en la sociedad ha llevado a la reformulación de las prácticas de instrucción en escritura, siendo necesario el conocimiento y el empleo de un gran número de recursos tecnológicos para poder redactar y comunicarse de manera eficaz. Como consecuencia, durante los últimos años se han creado múltiples recursos digitales para facilitar la adquisición de la competencia escrita. Este estudio tiene como objetivo realizar una revisión de artículos empíricos en los que se utilizan herramientas digitales que han sido diseñadas para mejorar las habilidades de escritura de los estudiantes. Para ello, se ha realizado un análisis de los mismos, obteniendo información sobre las muestras, las variables evaluadas y los resultados obtenidos, así como los límites y lagunas de conocimiento que sentarán las bases para futuras líneas de investigación. Concluyendo, a nivel educativo, la presente revisión puede ser de utilidad para que el profesorado conozca e incorpore en sus clases distintas herramientas digitales destinadas a la mejora de la competencia escrita.

 

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