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El contexto de pandemia ha generado mayores desafíos para la articulación de la interacción que caracteriza nuestras Ecologías de Aprendizaje. En el nivel de la educación superior, esta problemática ha sido especialmente relevante a causa de las dificultades de restructuración de los aprendizajes y por la sensación de aislamiento que se ha generado debido a la migración forzosa de los procesos de enseñanza presenciales a los entornos virtuales. En esta contribución se analiza una propuesta pedagógica y tecnológica para el diseño de procesos de aprendizaje CSCL (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning) en los que subyace la necesidad de estructurar las interacciones cognitiva, social y organizativa que confluyen en un marco formativo exitoso. El propósito del estudio es comprender los aspectos que deben contemplarse en la interacción para que se produzcan los aprendizajes esperados y analizar las percepciones de los estudiantes en relación con los tipos de interacción que suceden en el proceso de aprendizaje colaborativo. El estudio sigue una metodología cuantitativa no experimental, a través de cuestionario, y contó con la participación de 106 estudiantes de 5 asignaturas de grado que implementan CSCL. Los resultados muestran que los estudiantes asocian la interacción cognitiva, social y organizativa con la motivación y la mejora del rendimiento académico, destacando el desarrollo de habilidades para colaborar en el futuro y valorando los sentimientos de pertenencia a la comunidad de aprendizaje ligada a la experiencia.

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Aprendizaje cooperativo/colaborativo, Educación superior, Estrategias de aprendizaje, Comunicación mediada por tecnologías, Ecologías de aprendizaje

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Hernández-SellésN. (2021). La La importancia de la interacción en el aprendizaje en entornos virtuales en tiempos del COVID-19. PUBLICACIONES, 51(3), 257-294. https://doi.org/10.30827/publicaciones.v51i3.18518

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