“The digital world and the educational world: technology for learning”

Date: 27 of february

Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Place: G-301

Our guest speaker, sociologist Alejandro González, will discuss the impact of technologies in the world of knowledge. Registration deadline is February 20, 2019.

Place: Room G-301 The digital revolution has changed the way we relate, spend, and, even, our ways of perceiving and thinking about the world. Therefore, it is worth asking some questions on this topic: How does this revolution impact teaching-learning processes? What are the national and international trends in the use of digital technologies applied to education? What relevance would digital technologies have in my educational practice?

The Conference will address these questions and aim to suggest some options in the University teaching and learning processes.

Alejandro González is a sociologist from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, with a Master’s in Educational Research from the Autonomous University of Yucatan, Mexico. His main areas of knowledge and interest are classroom practice (research on teaching practice), intercultural education (particularly indigenous), and comprehension teaching as a didactic and pedagogical tool.

Space is limited.