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Tipo de Material (Spa): Documento de Trabajo
Título : The Use of New Methodologies in Teaching, Learning and Assessment Due to Covid-19 Pandemic
Autor : Fiallos Peña, Blanca Inés
Descriptores / Subjects : MÉTODOS DE ENSEÑANZA
Fecha de Publicación : 2023
Ciudad: Editorial : Quito, EC: Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Sede Ecuador
Paginación: pp. 1-11
Cita Sugerida : Fiallos Peña, Blanca Inés. "The Use of New Methodologies in Teaching, Learning and Assessment Due to Covid-19 Pandemic". Paper Universitario. (2023): 1-11.
Colección / Serie : Paper Universitario;
Resumen / Abstract: The Covid-19 pandemic has significantly impacted in education sector, requiring the adoption of new methodologies in order to ensure continuity of learning. Schools and institutions all over the world, have faced the need of a quick adaptation to the constraints imposed by social distancing restrictions and the transition to remote learning. In addition, the approach of learning has been redefined passing from a traditional model based on the transfer of knowledge to a more learner-focused model through active learning. During the pandemic, students were dramatically pushed to become more autonomous in their learning, to actively participate in online activities, to collaborate with classmates through shared platforms, and develop individual or group projects. Another crucial aspect addressed during pandemic has been the student assessment. With the elimination of face-to-face examinations, teachers have had to adapt their assessment methods to the online context. Many different strategies had been implemented such as online tests, assignments, active participation in virtual classes, and creative projects. Their main purpose was to assess not only student’s content knowledge, but also their interpersonal skills like problem solving, communication and collaboration. The use of active methodologies such as Portfolio is revealed as a methodological alternative for teaching- learning and assessment in where student becomes an active component of learning, motivating his or her social and ethical commitment. This investigation is supported in the framework of three master’s degree programs in the Education and Management areas of the Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar of Ecuador, and its proposed objectives are to identify the teaching needs that allow the students to gain autonomy in learning with a critical and reflective thinking, added to the capacity for self- and co-evaluation, and reflecting upon the importance of evidencing their own learning process. In despite of the challenges encountered, the pandemic experience has also led to an increased awareness on the importance of new teaching methodologies, learning and assessment. The use of digital technologies had expanded opportunities for education access and promoted learning flexibility. The experience awarded during this period could positively influence in the evolution of the education system even beyond the pandemic, and also promoting an innovative,e inclusive and student-centered approach.
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