Educational innovation, underestimated: analysis of the importance given by students of journalism/La innovacion educativa, subestimada: Analisis de la importancia que le otorgan los estudiantes de periodismo

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Authors: Roses, Sergio and Maria Luisa Humanes
Date: Mar. 2014
From: Historia y Comunicación Social
Publisher: Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Document Type: Article
Length: 4,876 words
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This research examines the attitudes of Journalism students towards educational innovation with a cross-national survey in seven countries. The goal is to observe the importance given by students to the educational innovation among a set of tasks, which professors have to develop in their academic work. The Spanish Journalism students underestimated the relevance of educational innovation. Women gave more importance to innovation in education than men. No differences were found among five Spanish universities. Key Words: Educational Innovation; Journalism; University Students, EHEA; Attitudes; Teaching innovation Este articulo examina las actitudes de los estudiantes de Periodismo hacia la innovacion educativa a partir de una encuesta transversal suministrada en siete paises. El objetivo de la investigacion es observar la importancia asignada por los estudiantes a la innovacion educativa entre un conjunto de tareas academicas de sus profesores. Los estudiantes de periodismo espanoles subestimaron la relevancia de la innovacion educativa. Las mujeres otorgaron mayor importancia a la innovacion educativa que los hombres. No se hallaron diferencias entre cinco universidades espanolas. Palabras clave: Innovacion Educativa; Periodismo; Estudiantes universitarios; EEES; Actitudes; Innovacion Docente

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Roses, et al. "Educational innovation, underestimated: analysis of the importance given by students of journalism/La innovacion educativa, subestimada: Analisis de la importancia que le otorgan los estudiantes de periodismo." Historia y Comunicación Social, 2014, p. 479+. Accessed 5 Aug. 2020.
  

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