Educación intergeneracional de forma virtual

Alejandro Canedo García, Jesús Nicasio García Sánchez, Deilis Ivonne Pacheco Sanz

Resumen


El rápido crecimiento en número y variedad de los Programas Intergeneracionales a nivel internacional no es ni ha sido proporcional al número de evaluaciones documentadas y de estudios de evaluación publicados respecto a los mismos (Henkin & Butts, 2012). Es por ello que ha llegado el momento de cumplir con las diversas necesidades que existen en el campo intergeneracional de desarrollar trabajos de investigación bien fundamentados, conceptual y teóricamente, que conduzcan a la implementación de programas intergeneracionales que sirvan de modelos a nivel internacional y que estén basados en los resultados de las investigaciones. Y que mejor forma de alcanzar este objetivo que empleando las nuevas tecnologías de la información y la comunicación, ya que tal y como apuntan Ghosh, Ratan, Lindeman y Steinmetz (2013): Estamos en el amanecer del “Envejecimiento Conectado” en el que la creciente gama de tecnologías basadas en Internet y dispositivos móviles ayudará a los adultos mayores y sus cuidadores a hacer frente a una amplia gama de necesidades de salud, sociales y funcionales, conectando a estos individuos con los amigos, la familia y la comunidad.


Palabras clave


Educación; evaluación; instrucción; intergeneracional; intervención; investigación; programa; proyecto; resultados; tecnología; teoría; TIC; web 2.0

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