Information and communication technologies, their impact on the teaching-learning process
Information and communication technologies allow human beings to develop their usual activities in less time, especially allowing teachers to carry out innovative educational activities. The objective of this research is to analyze the technological tools and their impact on the teaching-learning process of the “Aurelio Salazar” Educational Unit. The qualitative method was applied to study the depth levels of the teaching process, the inductive-deductive method to be able to deduce from what was studied the behavior of this methodology and its incidence in education, the bibliographic review. As an innovation of the teacher, there is the adoption of new technologies as an educational tool to achieve the realization of activities, managing to develop new knowledge and significant experiences for the student. It was obtained as a result that the PBL is one of the methodologies most used by teachers, which allows them to specify activities and projects with the help of technological tools, allowing them to effectively develop the skills of students, acquiring experiences that allow them to solve problems in your community in a responsible way, always practicing ethical and moral values.
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