Programación visual por bloques en Educación Primaria: Aprendiendo y creando contenidos en Ciencias Sociales

José Manuel Sáez López, Ramón Cózar Gutiérrez

Resumen


El presente estudio detalla el análisis de la práctica e integración de programación visual por bloques en el área de Ciencias Sociales en Educación Primaria a través de la aplicación Scratch. A partir de una Investigación Basada en el Diseño (Design Based Reseach), triangulación de datos, la taxonomía clásica de Bloom, el Modelo TPACK y el enfoque de Clase Invertida (Flipped Classroom) se valoran los beneficios y las prácticas llevadas a cabo en la intervención. En este caso trabajan 46 alumnos de 6º de Primaria en el curso académico 2013-14 creando animaciones y entornos interactivos que permiten el desarrollo de contenidos de Historia del Arte a través de las obras pictóricas de El Greco, Velázquez, Picasso y Dalí. Se valoran procesos de aprendizaje y creación de productos multimedia a través de programación visual de un modo estructurado desde los mencionados modelos. Analizando aprendizaje activo, contenidos en Historia del Arte y conceptos computacionales, los resultados destacan la capacidad de los alumnos de comprender, aplicar y sintetizar los elementos trabajados. Se concluye que estas prácticas propician mejoras en los alumnos en relación a motivación, satisfacción, diversión, utilidad y compromiso, posibilitando la comprensión de los contenidos y de la lógica y conceptos computacionales a través de actividades multimedia con programación visual por bloques.

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