Education in all its levels and modalities promotes pedagogical mediations that occur thanks to the communicative interaction of its actors. Teachers and students coexist in the academic world that, permeated by technology, favors the emergence of new languages.
Regardless of the area of knowledge, the transmedia narrative is gaining more and more ground in the teaching, learning and evaluation process, becoming a resource that favors creativity and innovation and that through stories contributes to generating meaningful learning.
The multiple media and communication platforms through which consumers receive information have become tools with which teachers and students develop dialogues of knowledge, invest the classroom, solve cases and investigate, thus allowing more effective knowledge management, even breaking the barriers of time and space, encouraging the strengthening of social and intercultural competencies with open classrooms and resources that are shared and improved.
These new narratives invite educational disruption, to learn with others, to socialize and democratize knowledge, take advantage of available educational technology and to show that other ways of teaching, learning and evaluating are possible.
Other conference topics
- Political text, legislation and the history of education.
- Leadership and management of educational centers,
- The stages of education and their curriculum.
- The Psychology of education and learning.
- Continuous education and professional training.
- Educational methodologies.
- Science, technology and innovation in education.
- Social aspects of education.