INCLUSION OF MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS IN THE FIRST LEVEL OF BASIC EDUCATION IN VERACRUZ, VERACRUZ, MEXICO FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF CULTURE IN KINDERGARTENS
Universidad Veracruzana (MEXICO)
About this paper:
Conference name: 9th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 3-5 July, 2017
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Abstract:The digital divide should be shorter each time, but the lack of technological infrastructure in public schools such as computers, projector, speakers and the internet; Cause many electronic materials not to be used for the transmission of knowledge; And even more sad that those teachers with their own resources want to use these tools and are not allowed to apply them. Children at this level of education belong to a fully digital generation; So it is imperative that electronic teaching be used in their teaching, under the necessary skills and care. The use of multimedia presentations at the initial basic level of teaching in public kindergartens is not fully included in their curriculum. This research is directed to 5 kindergartens located in the periphery of the Faculty of Administration of the University Veracruzana, since it is intended to develop a project of electronic animations that transmits the culture and history of Veracruz, with which it is intended that said Materials converge and replicate in different municipalities of the State, taking as pilot test only those of the Port of Veracruz, so qualitatively through a questionnaire, divided into four dimensions: technology use, policies and curriculum, Teaching strategies and digital material development, teachers surveyed will provide their perspectives and expectations of technology in the use of electronic animations. To incorporate these resources as a didactic means and the inclusion of the culture in the children in this level of education will allow to generate in them knowledge of historical events, places, personages through the significant learning.
Keywords: Children, Education, Transmission, Culture and Technology.