Una experiencia de enseñanza de inglés en línea durante la pandemia del covid-19: resultados preliminares

  • Sergio Alonso Lopera Medina Universidad de Antioquia
Palabras clave: enseñanza remota de emergencia (ERT), covid-19, enseñanza en línea, lengua extranjera

Resumen

Este artículo presenta los resultados preliminares de una experiencia de enseñanza remota de emergencia (ERT) (Hodges, Moore, Lockee, Trust & Bond, 2020) de un profesor de lengua extranjera durante la pandemia del covid-19. A partir de una metodología cualitativa, se hallaron obstáculos tecnológicos y educativos, como la participación en las videoconferencias, la implementación de tareas reales, el uso del humor y la motivación de los estudiantes. Se concluye que el profesor ganó confianza y experticia en un ambiente interactivo. Finalmente, se recomienda la promoción de la interacción y la evaluación alternativa y formativa en clase.

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Sergio Alonso Lopera Medina, Universidad de Antioquia

Doctor en Lingüística, Universidad de Antioquia. Profesor de tiempo completo de la Escuela de Idiomas, Universidad de Antioquia. Miembro del Grupo de Estudios Lingüísticos Regionales (GELIR).

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Publicado
2021-07-30
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Lopera Medina S. A. (2021). Una experiencia de enseñanza de inglés en línea durante la pandemia del covid-19: resultados preliminares. Lingüística Y Literatura, 42(80), 203-220. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.lyl.n80a13