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The Management and Construction of Knowledge as an Innovation Strategy for Collaborative Learning Through the Use and Creation of Learning Communities and Networks

The Management and Construction of Knowledge as an Innovation Strategy for Collaborative Learning Through the Use and Creation of Learning Communities and Networks
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Author(s): Marlin Alicia Aaron Gonzalvez (Universidad de la Guajira, Colombia), Oscar Alonso Castañeda Toledo (Universidad de la Guajira, Colombia) and Ana Rosa Ibarra Rodriguez (Universidad de la Guajira, Colombia)
Copyright: 2018
Pages: 11
Source title: Teacher Training and Professional Development: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5631-2.ch091

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Abstract

This article aims to approach the importance of a pedagogical strategy for collaborative learning through the use and construction of networks and learning communities directly connected to knowledge management. From my experience within the Networks, Learning Communities and Knowledge Management Seminar in the Masters of Education in the Information Technology and Communication Department at the University of La Guajira, the way members of a society communicate and interact by identifying a qualitative transition between the information society and the knowledge society, in which knowledge management in cyberspace has broken deeply rooted paradigms in the education system through the construction of effective teaching strategies that contribute to the development of processes in different parts of the world, contributes to the creation of virtual learning environments and the implementation of pedagogical strategies such as networking and learning communities that reinforce the collective work and resources that the web 2.0 offers in terms of knowledge management and the development of higher thinking abilities. Also, the teacher changed roles and acted as another member of the group, which provoked an interesting flow of communication.

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