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Verónica Itzel López Castro

Alberto Borbolla Albores

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Este artículo presenta un análisis de las razones y motivaciones de varias figuras educativas en la construcción de metodologías híbridas a través de combinaciones fundamentadas en la educación emprendedora como método. Se llevó a cabo un estudio exploratorio cualitativo, cuyos datos fueron recolectados a través de 19 entrevistas semiestructuradas. Los datos fueron analizados mediante una técnica de análisis del discurso que permitió apreciar que las metodologías híbridas se construyen como parte de un proceso de contextualización que busca aplicar correctamente dichas metodologías a la cultura, el contexto e incluso el estilo personal del educador de ese momento. Comprender el papel que juega el contexto del educador en su elección de contenidos y enfoques de enseñanza podría ayudar a evitar sesgos y crear prácticas educativas transformadoras.

Keywords

Education, entrepreneurship, innovation, methodologiesEducación, emprendimiento, Innovación e invención, metodologíasEducação, empreendedorismo, inovação, metodologias

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López Castro, V. I., & Borbolla Albores, A. (2022). Factores que influyen en la hibridación de metodologías de emprendimiento. Una exploración de las motivaciones de académicos y profesionales. Cuadernos De Administración, 35. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao35.fihem
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