Title:Teachers and Digital Educational Inclusion in Times of Crisis [Download]
Título:El Profesorado y la Inclusión Educativa Digital en Tiempos de Crisis [Download]
E. V. Santana-Valencia and G. Chávez-Melo
Cultural differences;Training;Pandemics;Digital divide;COVID-19;Face recognition;Faces;Digital inclusion;digital competencies;disability;education;educational inclusion
This article results from an investigation developed in a higher education institution. Participants are studying for a master’s degree in Pedagogy. The objective is to answer the following question: How have they adapted their educational practices to teach students with disabilities? A qualitative methodology was used through a questionnaire with 12 open questions. It was sent to 64 teachers. It is observed that the teachers affirm that it has been a complex process, they have been creative, seeking resources, making adjustments, and learning by themselves. They have not been able to optimally incorporate technology, which causes them discomfort.
How to cite:
E. V. Santana-Valencia and G. Chávez-Melo, "Teachers and Digital Educational Inclusion in Times of Crisis," in IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 110-114, May 2022. doi: 10.1109/RITA.2022.3166878