Aplicación de las TIC’s en el desarrollo de actividades en la Competencia de Manejo de la Salud y Bienestar Animal I de la Licenciatura de Medicina Veterinaria
Application of ITs in the development of activities in the Management Competition of the course Animal Health and Welfare I of the Veterinary Medicine
Palabras clave:Tecnologías del aprendizaje, herramientas, competencias, conocimiento, aprendizaje, habilidades
The educational process has experienced impact in its face-to-face modality with the creation of new virtual scenarios supported by technologies and the way of conducting activities has changed. To adapt to current needs, educational institutions must become more flexible and develop ways to integrate information and communication technologies (ITs) in training processes, knowledge acquisition and skill development in the field of education. Within the tools is any device that has internet and at the same time provides information available anywhere and at any time, facilitating communication. The applications must guarantee the quality of the teaching practices carried out by the teacher. The objective of the study was to know the use of ITs in the application of activities and the development of skills in students of the Animal Health and Welfare Management Competition I of Veterinary Medicine. The data obtained show that 100% of the students use technological tools with the Internet to carry out their online activities, homework, practices and integrating projects. However, there are times when they cannot enter due to lack of internet connection. 2% mention that not having the internet makes learning difficult. The use of ITs and their application helped the development of skills, performance and increased self-learning in students enrolled in the subject. The use of technology guarantees interactive work between work teams and at the same time as a means of communication. The platforms also use learning tools as a means of support and a repository of activities. There are disadvantages such as not having enough time, not having internet or data, so teachers must be flexible and provide help, solve problems and look for alternatives that do not interfere with academic performance.