La Construction de Facebook: une Prothèse Affective

  • Gustavo Adolfo Rivero Ortiz
  • Yeraldine Aldana Gutiérrez
  • Mauro Jordan Baquero Rodríguez
Keywords: pratiques communicationnelles, Facebook, marché linguistique, socialisation virtuelle, cybercommunication

Abstract

Dans cet article nous présentons les résultats d´une étude de cas dont l´objectif est d´explorer l´expérience d´un groupe d´étude sur la pédagogie critique, constitué par des professeurs d´anglais issus de différents contextes. Les données nous conduisent à conclure que les expériences de formation de professeurs non seulement doivent favoriser un développement théorique plus clair mais aussi celui d´une conscience autocritique et de celle sur le monde; ceci pourrait être au fondement d´une pédagogie humanisante appliquée à l´enseignement et l´apprentissage de langues.

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Author Biography

Gustavo Adolfo Rivero Ortiz

Yeraldine Aldana Gutiérrez holds a B.A. in English language teaching from Universidad Distrital. Currently, she also holds an M.A in Applied linguistics to TEFL from Universidad Distrital. Bogotá, Colombia. E-mail: yeraldinealdana@gmail.com

 

Mauro Jordan Baquero Rodríguez holds a B.A. in English language teaching from Universidad Distrital. He currently holds an M.A in teaching education in Universidad de la Salle. Bogotá, Colombia. E-mail: mbcrack016@hotmail.com

 

 

Gustavo Adolfo Rivero Ortiz a B.A. in English language teaching from Universidad Distrital. He currently teaches English in language institutes. E-mail: gariveroo@correo.udistrital.edu.co

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Published
2015-05-22
How to Cite
Rivero Ortiz, G. A., Aldana Gutiérrez, Y., & Baquero Rodríguez, M. J. (2015). La Construction de Facebook: une Prothèse Affective. Íkala, 19(2), 149-166. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.ikala.v19n2a03
Section
Empirical Studies