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Language: Spanish
Category(ies): Research
Topic(s) & Sub-Topic(s): Professional Development (PD)
  •  Continuing Education
  •  ICT Pedagogy
Career Path
  •  Professional Ladder
Leadership
  •  Incentives
  •  Management Skills
Special Topics
  •  ICT integration
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Title: La Motivación como Herramienta Fundamental en la Integración Educación – Tecnología
Author: Dr. Fatima Korisha Ali Shah Hosein
Summary: La correcta o incorrecta Motivación Educativa puede causar efectos positivos, negativos o incluso inesperados al momento de evaluar los objetivos planteados y los resultados obtenidos en la culminación del ciclo académico de la Institución o Casa de Estudios sin importar el nivel académico del cual se refiera (primeros estudios, primaria, secundaria, tecnológicos, universitarios, profesionales). Conocer algunos elementos de la Motivación Educativa para lograr el avance y no retroceso en la Motivación como Herramienta Fundamental en la Integración Tecnología – Educación es uno los aspectos que se podrán observar en el transcurso de esta investigación para de esta manera crear estrategias, medios, mecanismos que puedan contribuir al fortalecimiento de la Educación y su integración con la Tecnología.
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Year of Publication: 2016
Upload date: 12/10/2016

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Full Name: Ali Shah Hosein, Fatima Korisha
Organization Name: Lawyer; E-learning
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E-Mail: korishah@gmail.com
Website: http://fatimakorisha.blogspot.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fkorisha.hosein
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FKorishah

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Keywords: Teacher quality and learning outcomes, Professional networks, Teacher supply/demand, Teacher instruction time, Teacher effectiveness, Teacher competency , Education for inclusion, Composition of the teaching workforce, Educational innovation
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