Didáctica y Currículo universitario: Palabras, conceptos y dilemas conceptuales en la construcción del conocimiento didáctico

Alicia Camilloni

Resumen


Las investigaciones en los campos de la didáctica y del currículo universitario se caracterizan por su complejidad conceptual y metodológica. La definición del campo y el objeto de investigación así como su fundamentación teórica exigen del investigador un esfuerzo de definición y de acotamiento del trabajo que se convierte con frecuencia en uno de los principales obstáculos para quienes deben encarar  la elaboración de un proyecto didáctico de estudio o de acción. En este trabajo se examinan algunos problemas que devienen del uso de conceptos ambiguos, del planteo de presuntos dilemas conceptuales y de la esquematización exagerada de procesos complejos.


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