Video: 3rd Pill on digital competence.
Pill on digital competence.
What is the connection between gender and technologies? We are discovering that these roles are also expressed and reproduced in the use of technologies. There are interesting evidences of differences in terms of relationship and preferences between both girls and boys, as well as its projection into the market, creating specific products for each gender.
The November 11 was held a training session, which involved members of the University of Santiago de Compostela and the Autonomous University of Madrid (by videoconference).
This training has focused on addressing a key content for the “Digital competence for students of compulsory education. Social-familiar environments, appropriation process and e-inclusion proposals” such as the exclusion-inclusion. The partners of Stellae research group presented a brief conceptualization of such terms, placing them in the proposed research to develop.
In addition, this session has been discussed about the procedure to follow when selecting cases; and at the time that researchers entering the field of study to analyze.
The September 23 has met several members of the Group Stellae- belonging to the University of Santiago de Compostela- to advance the project “Digital competence for students of compulsory education. Social-familiar environments, appropriation process and e-inclusion proposals”. In this meeting, they have also joined members of the Autonomous University of Madrid, who have participated virtually bringing their experiences and perspectives on different aspects of the project.
Throughout this meeting it has deepened in the theoretical framework, forming working groups to deepen in a balanced way in the contents of the project. It has also addressed the procedure for selection of subjects; taking decisions regarding the characteristics of them, the temporal organization or places and spaces where search and select those subjects.
Several members of the Stellae Group working on the project “Digital competence for students of compulsory education. Social-familiar environments, apropiation process and e-inclusion proposals”.
This meeting allows progress in this line of research, working key points towards the achievement of objectives. Moreover, members of the Autonomous University of Madrid are virtually participate in this meeting and in the project, exchange experiences and backgrounds.
CDEPI project introduces itself as the integration and continuation of research by several groups in the last years. Coordinated by the research group Stellae of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) and two other research groups as partners from the University of Salamanca (USAL). The project intends to contribute to the knowledge about digital competence on compulsory students, and the possible relation that their learning can have in social inclusion processes.