Research Article
Volume 10 Issue 9 - 2021
TIC-Mediated Pedagogical Practice: A Challenge in Nursing Programs
Débora Milena Alvarez Yañez* and Erika Alejandra Maldonado Estévez
Norte de Santander, Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander, Colombia
*Corresponding Author: Débora Milena Alvarez Yañez, Norte de Santander, Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander, Colombia.
Received: July 12, 2021; Published: August 27, 2021


Introduction: In the field of training of Nursing professionals, the pedagogical practice mediated by information and communication technologies constitutes a dynamic training space that allows the student to achieve autonomous performance and relevant to the social demands related to care of the health. Objective: To inquire about the appropriation of competences on information and communication technologies in the pedagogical practice of Nursing.

Methodology: Complementary, descriptive, prospective cross-sectional type. It was developed in five phases: documentary review, diagnostic survey, direct observation, in-depth survey and semi-structured interview. This article presents the results of the development of the diagnostic phase where 59 teachers from the Nursing program of a public Higher Education Institution in Norte de Santander, Colombia participated, 4 teachers were selected to participate voluntarily in the in-depth survey phase.

Results: The integrator level (58.3%) with respect to technological and pedagogical competences predominates in the teachers, while the communicative and investigative competences show an innovative level (41.6%), however, for the management competence, an exploratory level prevails in the majority of teachers.

Conclusion: The teaching-learning process through information and communication technologies goes beyond the acquisition of knowledge, it is essential to appropriate these technologies to achieve a change in teacher action, where different dimensions of work appear with each technology, promoting a new way of acting in his role as a teacher of the Nursing program.

Keywords: Teaching; Learning; Nursing Education; Higher Education; Information Technology


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Citation: Débora Milena Alvarez Yañez and Erika Alejandra Maldonado Estévez. “TIC-Mediated Pedagogical Practice: A Challenge in Nursing Programs”. EC Paediatrics 10.9 (2021): 99-104.

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