Mirar como maestros para el desarrollo de la comprensión lectora. Blogs educativos para la competencia profesional en futuros docentes
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AutorRovira Collado, José
Universidad de Granada
Professional NoticingReading comprehensionBlogsLanguage teaching
Rovira-Collado, J. (2016): Mirar como maestros para el desarrollo de la comprensión lectora. Blogs educativos para la competencia profesional en futuros docentes, Investigaciones Sobre Lectura, 6, 58-75. [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/60449]
Within the different lessons that develop in the courses of Primary Education and Master of Teacher Education, a principal aspect is the professional competence and teacher’s noticing (Mason, 2002). Through this, the students, as future teachers, begins to interpret the teaching situations and reflects on how learning to learners in the different classrooms and subjects occurs. One of several proposals for improving this educational look passes through the new possibilities of the Internet. In this paper we analyze some teacher’s blogs as a platform for the development of this "teacher’s noticing" and reading competence. We start from general examples of educational thinking and educational action blogs (Balagué and Zayas, 2007) to focus on teaching of language and literature and children's literature, spaces of academic reflection on literary education, reading comprehension and e-literacy. After analysis of twenty-five models we conclude that all these spaces allow us to develop the professional noticing of students to teachers of different educational stages. Reading comprehension of the content contained in these blogs allows students to demonstrate the development of the noticing.