Mario BrunCentre for Innovation and Development of Education and Technology · ICT in Education Research
Msc (ICT in Education), MSc (Exact Sciences), PhD
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Prof. Mario Brun is an educational researcher who currently directs the Centre for Innovation and Development on Education and Technology (CIDET), a newly established research institute in Argentina. He's developed an extensive research experience in Chile, and acts as a consultant for several international agencies: ECLAC, UNESCO, OECD, IADB, among others. He's also conducted several research projects; published papers in a number of journals, and lectured in different international events.
April 2014 - present
Centre for Innovation and Development of Education and Technology
- Research Director
May 2011 - present
United Nations Organization; InterAmerican Development Bank; ECLAC, OEI
- International Consultant
During the last two decades, Chile has been one of the fastest growing, competitive and most vigorous economies in Latin America, with a renowned reputation based on its socio-economic stability and sound institutions. At the same time, it probably has the most globally integrated economy of the region, being the first South American country to bec...
Este artículo presenta una serie de reflexiones sobre los cambios que impondrá la realidad a la Educación en general y a la Formación Inicial de Docentes en particular, en términos del uso de tecnologías digitales.
This paper presents the most relevant results from a national study about the availability and use of ICT in 46 Initial Teacher Education institutions in Chile, implemented during 2009 as part of the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) international project "ICT in Initial Teacher Training." Main findings show an overall fa...
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have been integrated into the education systems of Latin America and the Caribbean not just because of the international trends in this field but also due to the high expectations put on their potential for improving quality, efficiency and equity of education. The regional efforts made in terms of...
Society is demanding from education systems a continuous improvement for preparing new generations to take full advantage of new social, cultural and economic global conditions. Considering the widely recognized impact of teachers on students’ performance, education systems worldwide are shifting their attention to their Initial Teacher Training (I...
This paper presents the results of an analysis of the correlations between the introduction and use of computers in Barbados’ secondary schools, and related outcomes considering students’ tests scores, their interest in acquiring information and communication technology (ICT)-related skills over time, their exposure to ICT, and teachers’ instructio...
This paper presents the results of the analysis of teaching and learning activities in state subsidized schools in Chile. The study is based on the data collected through a national survey applied to all state subsidized schools (census) and a sample of private schools and examines teachers’ and students’ reported teaching and learning activities i...
This paper presents a comparison between South African and Chilean results on SITES (Second Information Technology in Education Study) 2006 study, aiming to show and discuss both disparities and similarities, and trying to explain them through an analysis of their ICT in Education policies and national contexts. Firstly, these policies and contexts...
SITES 2006 was an international comparative survey on ICT in education aimed at examining the extent of technologies integration in schools and classrooms, and identifying factors contributing to effective inclusion of ICT into learning and teaching. The study administered questionnaires for school principals, ICT-coordinators and math and science...