Pedagogical Mediation and Complexity. A Perspective on the Training of Economists
Keywords:Pedagogical mediation, bio-pedagogy, education complexity.
This research seeks to design a pedagogical strategies proposal for the economic sciences learning at a Faculty of Economics in Colombia; Methods: derived from complex thinking has three phases: resonance, bio-learning-relationality and holographic phase. These involve the following examples of pedagogical mediation: flipped classroom, gamification, socio-pedagogical cartography, virtual learning objects and Feeling methodology with the pillars of bio-pedagogy, knowledge construction, critical thinking and social transformation; the research shows the achievement of learning objectives in economics in line with the bio-pedagogical vision, using the proposed pedagogical mediation; Linking pedagogical innovations based on biopedagogy, allows improving the academic objectives proposed for the training of economists.
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