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Redes sociales, relación profesor-estudiante, comunicación profesor-estudiante, percepciones de estudiantes, comunicación mediada, Facebook

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La relación profesoralumno es crucial para un aprendizaje y una enseñanza exitosos. Actualmente, la comunicación entre alumnos y profesores –factor esencial que facilita estas relaciones– sucede a través de las redes sociales. En la presente investigación examinamos las asociaciones entre la relación alumnoprofesor y la comunicación alumnoprofesor mediatizada por las redes sociales. La muestra incluyó a alumnos israelíes de educación media y secundaria de 1219 años de edad (n=667). Se comparó la relación alumnoprofesor entre subgrupos de alumnos de acuerdo al tipo de conexión con sus profesores en Facebook (o la falta de conexión), sus actitudes hacia la prohibición de conexión por Facebook con los profesores, y sus percepciones acerca del uso de Facebook para el aprendizaje. Con respecto a las actitudes de los alumnos en relación a la prohibición de comunicación alumnoprofesor vía redes sociales, así como el uso del Facebook para estudiar, encontramos diferencias significativas en tres grupos de alumnos: aquellos que no se interesan por conectarse con sus profesores en Facebook, aquellos que se conectan con sus profesores en Facebook, y aquellos que no están conectados con sus profesores, pero que desean hacerlo. Encontramos asociaciones significativas en la relación alumnoprofesor y la comunicación alumnoprofesor mediatizada por Facebook. En esta última existe una brecha entre las expectativas del alumno y la experiencia práctica. La clave para cerrar esa brecha se basa en las normas y la implementación efectiva.

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Recibido: 12-02-2017

Revisado: 09-04-2017

Aceptado: 10-05-2017

Preprint: 15-07-2017

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Hershkovizt, A., & Forkosh-Baruch, A. (2017). Teacher-student relationship and Facebook-mediated communication: Student perceptions. [La relación profesor-alumno y la comunicación en Facebook: Percepciones de los alumnos]. Comunicar, 53, 91-101. https://doi.org/10.3916/C53-2017-09

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