Formación y desarrollo de expertos: estrategias para el diseño de sistemas de aprendizaje y apoyo al desempeño / Expert training and development: strategies for learning systems design and performance support

  • Lisette G. Reyes Paulino Purdue University
Palabras clave: desarrollo de la experticia, problemas complejos, teoría sociocognitiva, diseño de sistemas de aprendizaje, desempeño humano / human expertise development, complex problems, sociocognitive theory, learning systems design, human performance

Resumen

Este artículo hace una revisión de la literatura existente sobre el desarrollo de la experticia humana, especialmente aplicada a la pedagogía universitaria y su relación con la teoría sociocognitiva del aprendizaje como fuente de estrategias para el diseño de sistemas de aprendizajes y apoyo al desempeño. Las estrategias identificadas pueden adaptarse a cualquier disciplina siempre y cuando se considere el contexto social y cultural específico en el que se realiza la práctica profesional o actividad, la naturaleza de la misma y la comprensión de la etapa actual de formación y desarrollo en el que se encuentra la persona.

Abstract
This article reviews the existing literature on the development of human expertise, especially applied to university pedagogy and its relationship to the sociocognitive learning theory as a source of strategies for designing learning and performance support systems. This identified strategies can be adapted to any discipline as long as the specific social and cultural context, in which professional practice or activity is performed, is considered, the nature of it, and understanding of the current stage of training and development in which the person is.

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Publicado
2014-07-21
Cómo citar
Reyes Paulino, L. G. (2014). Formación y desarrollo de expertos: estrategias para el diseño de sistemas de aprendizaje y apoyo al desempeño / Expert training and development: strategies for learning systems design and performance support. Cuaderno De Pedagogía Universitaria, 10(20), 17-24. https://doi.org/10.29197/cpu.v10i20.190
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Ventanas abiertas a la pedagogía universitaria