Teaching practices mediated by 1×1 environments: A case study in compulsory education in Catalonia

Cristina Alonso, Alejandra Bosco, Franciele Corti, Pablo Rivera

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© FORCE. This paper presents some of the results obtained in Catalonia in the second year of implementation of the project TICSE 2.0. In order to obtain evidences of the contributions of the programs "EduCAT 1x1" and "EduCAT 2.0" (the realization in Catalonia, of the "Escuela 2.0" program) have been explored and analyzed the teaching practices organized in classroom contexts using models 1 to 1 (1 student 1 computer) throughout the year 2011-12. From the field work, that was carried out in 4 schools in this autonomous community, 3 secondary schools (2 public, 1 semiprivate) and 1 public primary school, we developed 8 cases studies (two cases per center). The ultimate aim of this work was to obtain evidence and interpret the practices associated with the 1x1 models (what does it say and what is their contribution), redefining them, putting them in relation and establishing links to other future research. The results of this research have been organized around: (1) pedagogical appropriation of ICTs as a condition for sustainable innovation; (2) ICT as an enabler for access, organization and the representation of information; (3) the digital books, the on-line recourses and the virtual environment as a carrier of the different proposal of learning; (4) the improve of the process of communication; and (5) the influence of the processes of teacher training in the pedagogical practices in the framework of the 1x1 environments.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)99-118
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2014


  • Educational innovation
  • Environments 1×1
  • ICT Education Policy
  • Teaching practices mediated by ICT


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