Antonio Miguel Seoane Pardo

Antonio Miguel Seoane Pardo
Universidad de Salamanca · Departamento de Didáctica, Organización y Métodos de Investigación

PhD

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Introduction
Assistant Professor at Didactics Department (USAL) and Secondary School Teacher (Philosophy). Academic Coordinator and Researcher of GRIAL (fields: online training methodology and strategic design of virtual institutions). Responsible for the Virtual University Department (USAL) up to 2010. Teaching activities: ICT in Education, Educational guidance - USAL. Philosophy - Secondary Education (IES Venancio Blanco). Other interests: Communication Theory and Ancient Greek Philosophy and Rhetorics
Additional affiliations
September 2011 - August 2012
Universidad de Salamanca
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Teacher of "ICT in Education" in Graduate on Primary School Education
October 2006 - June 2011
University of Alcalá
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Theory and Practice of Online Tutoring
January 2004 - present
Universidad de Salamanca
Position
  • Researcher

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Publications (74)
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The investigation will be developed according to the following plan is placed within the Latin American context, specifically in Dominican Republic. In this country the incursion of universities in virtual education modality is beginning to the lag behind. Is very few the numbers of High educational institutions have applied, within their academy o...
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The WYRED ecosystem is a technological ecosystem developed as part of WYRED (netWorked Youth Research for Empowerment in the Digital society), a European Project funded by the Horizon 2020 program. The main aim of the project is to provide a framework for research in which children and young people can express and explore their perspectives and int...
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La sesión “Diseño instructivo de asignaturas para su impartición en modalidad eLearning. Vista estratégica” fue impartida el 3 de julio de 2019 en Valladolid (España) dentro del curso “Diseño instructivo de asignaturas para su impartición en modalidad eLearning” organizado por el Área de Formación Permanente e Innovación Docente de la Universidad d...
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The development of information literacy has become part of anyone's pool of key competencies. This project arises from this need, and seeks the development of information literacy in primary and secondary school pupils through the implementation of a special teacher training programme. We worked with a final sample of 37 teachers and 318 pupils fro...
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This article describes a learning activity on computational thinking in Ethics classroom with compulsory secondary school students (14-16 years old). It is based on the assumption that computational thinking (or better “logical thinking”) is applicable not only to STEM subjects but to any other field in education, and it is particularly suited to d...
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The WYRED project has undertaken a number of activities with children and young people in its first six months of operation. These include the development of manifestos, a questionnaire, Delphi activity, a series of dialogues and a slogan competition, in addition to the development of the online platform that will support the research activity and...
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In this paper, we describe the advances that have been made in a line of research on educational assessment between the years 2006 and 2016, within the research Group on "Evaluation in education and guidance", integrated in the GRIAL group and the University Institute of Educational Sciences of the University of Salamanca (Spain).
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This paper describes a learning activity on computational thinking in Ethics classroom with compulsory secondary school students (14-16 years). It is based on the assumption that computational thinking (or better "logical thinking") is applicable not only to STEM subjects but to any other field in education, and it is particularly suited to decisio...
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INTO project's (Intercultural Mentoring tools to support migrant integration at school), a Comenius Multilateral Project, leaded by Oxfam Italia (Ref. 540440-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-COMENIUS-CMP) main aim is to use the methodology of peer mentoring based on intercultural education on Secondary Compulsory Education of the countries that take part in this pr...
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Resumen Abstract Palabras clave: Ecosistemas digitales de aprendizaje; eLearning; mLearning; TIC; LMS; PLE; MOOC; Factor humano; Enseñanza+Aprendizaje; Gestión del conocimiento y de la tecnología. Los continuos avances en el plano tecnológico provocan flujos de innovación-aceptación-consolidación-obsolescencia propios de las estrategias, ya sean ad...
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Automation toward efficiency is the aim of most intelligent systems in an educational context in which results calculation automation that allows experts to spend most of their time on important tasks, not on retrieving, ordering, and interpreting information. In this paper, the authors provide a tool that easily evaluates Learning Objects quality...
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INTO project (Intercultural Mentoring tools to support migrant integration at school), a Comenius Multilateral Project, leaded by Oxfam Italia (Ref. 540440-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-COMENIUS-CMP), aims to introduce in the partner countries' Secondary School context (Italy, Cyprus, Poland, United Kingdom and Spain) peer tutoring actions which could help migra...
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After centuries of rethinking education and learning, the current theory is based on technology’s approach to and affect on the planned interaction between knowledge trainers and trainees. Online Tutor 2.0: Methodologies and Case Studies for Successful Learning demonstrates, through the exposure of successful cases in online education and training...
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This chapter summarizes the experience collected after years of researching and experiencing on teaching and learning online in the form of an eLearning pattern-architecture. In this architecture, based upon the leading role of the human factor (according to the vision of the eLearning by GRIAL Group), the whole processes occurring within any train...
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This outcome summarizes the experience collected after years of researching and experiencing on teaching and learning online in the form of an eLearning pattern-architecture. In this architecture, based upon the leading role of the human factor (according to the vision of the eLearning by GRIAL Group), the whole processes occurring within any train...
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Religious and cultural diversity are today more than ever a critical and political challenge as the recent emergencies related to geo-political and economical global transformations clearly show. European countries are concerned by a big immigration flow that demands an educational effort in order to foster the mutual understanding and integration....
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EHISTO (European history crossroads as pathways to intercultural and media education) is concerned with the mediation of history in popular (science) media and the question of social and political responsibility of journalists and other mediators of history, especially teachers, in the field of commercial presentation of history. The project respon...
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Learners do not only learn in the institutions, they learn during their live in different contexts, with different resources and from the interaction with different persons. This kind of learning that is not always intentionally carried out is known as informal learning. The application of Information and Communication Technologies to learning and...
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VALS has the aims of establishing sustainable methods and processes to build knowledge partnerships between Higher Education and companies to collaborate on resolving authentic business problems through open innovation mediated by the use of Open Source Software. Open Source solutions provide the means whereby educational institutions, students, bu...
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People do not learn only in formal educational institutions, but also throughout their lives, from their experiences, conversations, observations of others, exploration of the Internet, meetings and conferences, and chance encounters etc. However this informal and non-formal learning can easily remain largely invisible, making it hard for peers and...
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Despite the interest of interculturality as a priority in the EU, the development of intercultural competences and skills on lifelong learning processes has yet to be achieved. According to an ERICarts study, to move towards a strategy for intercultural dialogue, main changes of paradigm still need to take place. Particularly in the field of educat...
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MIH project (Multicultural Interdisciplinary Handbook: tools for learning History and Geography in a multicultural perspective) is a Comenius Multilateral Project funded with support from the European Commission that has been developed from 2009 to 2011. from the idea of educating lower and upper Secondary School pupils in a process of construction...
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MIH project (Multicultural Interdisciplinary Handbook: Tools for Learning History and Geography in a Multicultural Perspective) is a Comenius Multilateral Project funded with support from the European Commission that was developed from 2009 to 2011. Conceived from the idea of educating lower and upper secondary school pupils in a process of constru...
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The evolution of new technology and its increasing use, have for some years been making the existence of informal learning more and more transparent, especially among young and older adults in both Higher Education and workplace contexts. However, the nature of formal and non-formal, coursebased, approaches to learning has made it hard to accommoda...
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The MIH (Multicultural Interdisciplinary Handbook) project provides new tools for helping teachers and pupils plunge deeper into the culture and the language of another nation via its history and its landscape/ geography. The Digital Modules are the most innovative tool of the project. Throughout the chapter, the authors present all stages to devel...
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The Research GRoup on InterAction and eLearning (GRIAL) at the University of Salamanca emerged in 2006 as a result of the union of three distinct research areas. Such research fields (Computer Engineering, Education and Communication Theory) find in this context a remarkable complementarity and produce, as a consequence of their respective synergie...
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It is a fact that the notion of education has been changing over the last years, mainly because of information and communication technologies (ICTs). In this globalized world, people are swamped by information, and the key issue is to surf it and choose the appropriate bit. This wealth of information and the need of constantly updating knowledge in...
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Despite official educational guidelines, improved linguistic skills have been limited in all partner countries due to cuts in their national budgets. As a consequence, fewer CLIL experiences have been supported, to the benefit of those involving English. Another reason for this project resides in the difficulty in modifying the guidelines of nation...
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MIH project (Multicultural Interdisciplinary Handbook: tools for learning History and Geography in a multicultural perspective) is a Comenius Multilateral Project funded with support from the European Commission that has been developed from 2009 to 2011. Conceived from the idea of educating lower and upper Secondary School pupils in a process of c...
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Nowadays there are a large amount of virtual libraries and repositories of resources, where people can access and great variety of information in multiple fields of knowledge. One of these types of data is Learning Objects (LOs), which contain metadata to locate and recover them, according to the specific educational needs of users. Educational obj...
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This chapter outlines the problem of laying the groundwork for building a suitable online training methodology. In the first place, it points out that most e-learning initiatives are developed without a defined method or an appropriate strategy. It then critically analyzes the role of the constructivist model in relation to this problem, affirming...
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This paper is presented to show how to manage one of the main quality items in any e-learning initiative, that is to say, online tutoring. In fact, the success or deception of the learning activity depends, to a great extent, on the right planning of tutorial activity. In this paper we will show the main skills, methods and quality items related to...
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It is a fact that the notion of education has been changing over the last years, mainly because of information and communication technologies (ICTs). In this globalized world, we are swamped by information, and the key issue is to surf it and choose the appropriate bit. This wealth of information, and the need of constantly updating knowledge in or...
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The role of the online teacher has been extensively studied. However, that has not been the case with the student. Understanding the differences between online and classroom-based courses is the previous step to become a successful eLearning student. This paper reflects on the role of the online learner and draws some conclusions about the key qual...
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Se presenta un análisis en el que el factor clave para alcanzar una formación en línea que responda a las más elevadas exigencias de calidad es la tutoría en entornos de formación virtual. cr
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This work outlines the problem of laying the groundwork for building a suitable online training methodology. In the first place, it points out that most E-learning ini-tiatives are developed without a defined method or an appropriate strategy. It then critically analyzes the role of the constructivist model in relation to this problem, af-firming t...
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El propósito de este artículo es proporcionar una definición de calidad aplicable al eLearning, y mostrar cuáles son los principales indicadores de calidad en las iniciativas de formación continua online. Se pretende mostrar hasta qué punto es estratégicamente fundamental plantearse el desarrollo de un Suplemento al Título para la formación continu...
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Despite official educational guidelines, improved linguistic skills have been limited in all partner countries due to cuts in their national budgets. As a consequence CLIL experiences have been lessened, to the sole benefit of those involving English. Another reason for this project resides in the difficulty in modifying the guidelines of national...
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The aim of this paper is to analyze the main issues to be considered in order to design a quality framework for eLearning. Among other aspects, the active role of online tutors will be shown as a fundamental activity to achieve excellence in eLearning activities. To know how online tutors really work, the training program to be followed by those wh...
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Todo acto de comunicación posee sus normas, y no sólo en el género humano. La mayor parte de esas normas no se explicitan, se consideran de sentido común y forman parte de lo que denominamos "buena educación". Esto no es diferente en el contexto de la formación online. ¿O sí? En este caso, hay dos elementos diferenciales: en primer lugar, limitamos...
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Este capítulo esboza el problema de la fundamentación para construir una metodología adecuada para la formación online. En primer lugar, afirma que la mayor parte de las iniciativas de E-learning se desarrollan sin un método definido ni una estrategia adecuada. Por otra parte, analiza críticamente el papel que corresponde al modelo constructivista...
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En este congreso Internacional se muestran las novedades y se discuten los temas actuales del eLearning tanto desde el punto de vista tecnológico como didáctico, metodológico y estratégico.
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El propósito de este artículo consiste en ilustrar los principales elementos incluidos en un Suplemento al Título de carácter experimental, basado en los diferentes documentos del portfolio Europass disponibles, desarrollado en el seno del Diploma de Formación Continua “Tutor online” de la Universidad de Sala-manca. Este Suplemento se postula como...
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Se muestran diversas tecnologías y metodologías de e-learning útiles en la enseñanza e investigación de Lógica. The aim of this paper is to show how eLearning technologies and methodologies should be useful for teaching and researching Logic. Firstly, a definition and explanation of eLearning and its main modalities will be given. Then, the most im...

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WYRED (netWorked Youth Research for Empowerment in the Digital society) is a European H2020 Project that aims to provide a framework for research in which children and young people can express and explore their perspectives and interests in relation to digital society, but also a platform from which they can communicate their perspectives to other stakeholders effectively through innovative engagement processes. It will do this by implementing a generative research cycle involving networking, dialogue, participatory research and interpretation phases centered around and driven by children and young people, out of which a diverse range of outputs, critical perspectives and other insights will emerge to inform policy and decision-making in relation to children and young people’s needs in relation to digital society. Main researcher: Dr. Francisco José García Peñalvo Funded entity: European Union. Horizon 2020 Programme. Call H2020-SC6-REV-INEQUAL-2016-2017/H2020-SC6-REVINEQUAL-2016 Reference: 727066 Dates: 1/11/2016 – 31/10/2019 Budget: 993.662,50€ Partnership: UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA (USAL)_ES; OXFAM ITALIA ONLUS (OXFAM ITALIA)_IT; PYE GLOBAL (PYE GLOBAL)_UK; ASIST OGRETIM KURUMLARI A.S. (DOGA)_TK; EARLY YEARS - THE ORGANISATION FOR YOUNG CHILDREN LBG (EARLY YEARS)_UK; YOUTH FOR EXCHANGE AND UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONAL AISBL (YEU)_BE; ZAUCHNER-STUDNICKA SABINE (MOVES)_AT; THE BOUNDARIES OBSERVATORY CIC (BOUNDARIES)_UK; TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY (TAU)_IL
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In the development of the Digital Society, the Information and Communication Technologies play an important role in the knowledge management processes. However, these technological solutions are not free of problems, especially for institutions that have to manage their exploitation and evolution. The technological offer to support information systems is increased exponentially with the emergence of open software, cloud services solutions and low cost mobile applications, which integrate in a formal or informal way into the daily life of people and therefore the institutional reality. Consequently, when an institution supports this collection of tools and services, problems related to its interoperability and its evolution arise. In response, the concept of technological ecosystem appears that goes beyond the mere accumulation of trending technologies. These ecosystems mean the direct evolution of traditional information systems that were oriented to the information and knowledge management in heterogeneous environments. The ecosystem metaphor has been chosen to support this research proposal in the context of the knowledge management, due to the advantage they offer is based on its ability to recognize a complex network of independent relationships between the software components and services that comprise its architecture. At the same time, the ecosystems provide an analytical framework for understanding the specific evolution patterns over time of their technological infrastructure, with the consideration that the components that comprise the ecosystem must be able to adapt to changes suffered by the ecosystem and not collapse if they can not assume the new conditions. With the emphasis on the technological platform, we aim to evolve the concept of technological ecosystem distinguishing a container, the architectural framework of the ecosystem, and its components, so that it can be applied to different application domains efficiently and with greater acceptance its users. Thus, the DEFINES project has two objectives. On the one hand, it proposes a technological environment as support services for corporate knowledge management, which is to be called technological ecosystem. These ecosystems are defined independently of the knowledge management processes that support each concrete implementation. It thus seeks to break the technological and process limitations of current solutions through a transparent and semantic support for interoperability and evolution of its components. On the other hand, it does not seek only pose a technological development but it has the ultimate objective of influencing the Digital Society with the developed technology validation and transfer to the productive sector. It wants to influence the transformation of the current knowledge management processes and better adapt them to the context of the Digital Society in which we are currently immersed, taking as specific targets domains, both for their interest and for their diversity, the care sector for dependent people, an observatory of employability and eScience portals.