El rol del andamiaje en los LMOOC para personas desplazadas


  • Beatriz Sedano Cuevas Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
  • Timothy Read Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia



Palabras clave:

MOOC, LMOOC, andamiaje pasivo, andamiaje activo, necesidades inmediatas


En este artículo se presentan los resultados de un análisis sobre cómo proporcionar un andamiaje pasivo y activo a migrantes y refugiados, como tipos de apoyo estructurado para el aprendizaje en los MOOC de lenguas (LMOOC). Se centra en la naturaleza de dicho andamiaje y en el efecto que tiene este en el aprendizaje. Tras un análisis de los aspectos teóricos del apoyo a los refugiados y migrantes en este tipo de cursos, se presenta un estudio de caso. Este estudio se centra en la inclusión de andamiaje en el diseño, desarrollo y funcionamiento de dos LMOOC de español como lengua extranjera para necesidades inmediatas, creados dentro del proyecto MOONLITE en colaboración con grupos de apoyo para personas desplazadas. Los resultados del estudio respaldan el uso del andamiaje como mecanismo que mejora las tasas de finalización de los cursos (pasando de la cifra habitual de alrededor de un 10% a un 31% y un 30% en los respectivos cursos), el aprendizaje del idioma, así como la satisfacción y motivación general de los estudiantes.


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2021-12-30 — Actualizado el 2021-12-31


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Sedano Cuevas, B., & Read, T. . (2021). El rol del andamiaje en los LMOOC para personas desplazadas. Lengua Y migración, 13(2). https://doi.org/10.37536/LYM.13.2.2021.1034 (Original work published 30 de diciembre de 2021)

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