LACLO Sesión 9: innovación educativa en tiempos de pandemia COVID-19 (2)

  • Sunday Adewale Olaleye. Finlandia

    • Autor(es): Ismaila Temitayo Sanusi, Oluwaseun Dada, Abdullahi Abubakar Yunusa, Solomon Sunday Oyelere and Friday Joseph Agbo
    • Abstract: The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the different layers of vulnerabilities within systems across different political, socio-economic, educational and cultural contexts, so much that even the most advanced economies are struggling to check the impact of the ravaging Corona virus. However, not much is known about the impact of the disruptions in higher educational systems in developing contexts particularly in Nigeria. This study adopted a qualitative research design using a validated semi-structured interview to provide evidence-based data on the impact of the pandemic on the university system from the university lecturers’ perspectives. Using purposive and snowballing techniques, seven lecturers in five universities located in three geographical zones of Nigeria were interviewed using the Zoom cloud and Skype meeting platforms. Results show that COVID-19 had a huge negative impact on the university system in Nigeria, nonetheless, there are a few exceptions as a few universities within the study switched to alternative teaching medium to mitigate the disruptions thus, underscoring the potentials for a more responsive higher education system. The paper discussed the limitations, and future directions that may be drawn from the study.
    • Expositor(a): Solomon Sunday Oyelere


  • Product-Based Learning Adaptation to an Online Autonomous Work Strategy in Restriction Conditions by Covid-19. Ecuador

    • Autor(es): José Miguel Romero Saritama
    • Abstract: The pandemic, declared by the world health organization in March 2020 due to Covid-19, caused a commotion in all areas worldwide. Regarding education, in most countries it caused the immediate closure of schools and the interruption of face-to-face classes. This situation forced educational institutions to continue their teaching in an improvised way through a virtual system. Given these circumstances, the use of active teaching and learning methodologies that are adaptable to a virtual education scenario becomes necessary. In this framework, the present work proposes an adaptation of the Product-Based Learning methodology to an online work environment, so that it is used by teachers as a teaching-learning strategy, where students can create digital educational resources such as part of their autonomous work. Additionally, the products developed may be part of the learning outcomes of university students in times of confinement and social distancing.
    • Expositor(a): José Miguel Romero Saritama


  • Bringing University to homes in times of COVID-19 through technologies: Use case of the University of Cuenca. Ecuador

    • Autor(es): Victor Saquicela, Pablo Vanegas, Ronald M. Gualan and Richard Verdesoto
    • Abstract: This paper describes the experience of the University of Cuenca during the global pandemic COVID 2019, which imposed a compulsory transition from a face-to-face modality to a virtual modality, through university management with the use of of different technological platforms.
    • Expositor(a): Ronald Marcelo Gualán Saavedra


  • Distance Education. An Emerging Strategy for Education in the pandemic COVID19. México

    • Autor(es): Julio Cesar Ponce Gallegos, Beatriz Angelica Toscano de la Torre and Antonio Silva Sprock
    • Abstract: This work shows the current situation of the pandemic due to COVID19 and its impact on Educational Institutions, forcing the adoption of emerging strategies to continue with the education of students, and thus prevent them from missing one or more school cycles (annually in basic education, semester or quarterly). The work shows antecedents of some pandemics and the measures taken by the Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, as well as the tools used in the adoption of distance education, and describes some of the actions to reduce the impact on the education of students.
    • Expositor(a): Julio César Ponce Gallegos


  • Guidelines for the Promotion and Appropriation of Open Educational Resources in Educational Institutions of Peru and Latin America in the Context of COVID 19. Perú

    • Autor(es): Leslie Clarisa Salas Valdivia and Olger Gutiérrez Aguilar
    • Abstract: This article seeks to provide an enriching contribution in relation to the implications that facilitate facilitating and increasing the levels of appropriation of open educational resources (OER) in educational institutions in Peru and Latin America, both at the school level and at the higher level in the context of the COVID 19 pandemic, this study was conducted at the I.E. 41008 Manuel Muñoz Najar (Arequipa), had as objects of study both teachers and students; therefore the states in question are shown on their level of appropriation. On the other hand, this work seeks to provide a series of guidelines to boost its accessibility. For the elaboration of these proposals, the results obtained, specialized bibliographic consultation and successful records of other institutions were taken into consideration. 
    • Expositor(a): Olger Albino Gutiérrez Aguilar


En 2020, CLEI y LACLO serán realizados conjuntamente potencializando el intercambio entre ambas comunidades, en Loja - Ecuador