Distance education from the systemic way of thinking: a necessary perspective for the actors of higher education institutions

Mauro Marino Jiménez, Úrsula Andrea Harman Canalle, Francisco Alvarado Choy

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Abstract

The evolution of distance education (de) has met various educational needs, thanks to technological pro-gress, teaching initiatives in higher education an d educational research. However, man y relationships converge between th e capacities, th e way s of learning, th e participation in th e decision making by the actors and the agents involved, the norms and values, among others. This article aims to highlight the complexity of th e relationships between th e elements of th e de syste m by means of th e systemic wa y of thinking. Thi s wil l mak e it possible to explain wh y th e management of de in higher education institu-tion s ha s no t always ha d th e expected results an d to reflect on decision-making unde r thi s framework of reference
Translated title of the contributionDistance education from the systemic way of thinking: a necessary perspective for the actors of higher education institutions
Original languageSpanish (Peru)
Pages (from-to)183-197
Number of pages15
JournalRevista Iberoamericana de Educacion Superior
Volume11
Issue number32
DOIs
StatePublished - 2020

Keywords

  • educational management
  • distance learning
  • convergence of educational systems
  • learning and knowledge technologies (lkt)
  • information and communication technologies (ict)

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