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Andrés Chiappe-Laverde

Gustavo Adolfo Paz-Balanta



El uso educativo de dispositivos móviles, conocido como m-learning, se presenta en la actualidad como una alternativa con gran potencial para abordar la crisis de pertinencia de la educación como mecanismo social de desarrollo en el siglo XXI. Para abordar este asunto, se condujo una revisión sistemática de literatura sobre m-learning, a partir de la cual se encontró que, dependiendo del uso dado a los dispositivos móviles se generan al menos tres tipos de experiencias de aprendizaje de naturaleza distinta. Adicionalmente, se identificaron las principales ventajas del m-learning, sus riesgos, ámbitos de aplicación y focos actuales de investigación.


Enseñanza informatizada, tecnología educacional, aprendizaje móvilComputer assisted instruction, educational technology, m-learning

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Cómo citar
Chiappe-Laverde, A., & Paz-Balanta, G. A. (2021). M-learning: Connecting Teaching and Learning Inside and Outside of School. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 14, 1–24.