Discurso, Política Educativa y Tecnología: la construcción escalar de la identidad

Germán Canale

Resumen


Plan Ceibal es una política social, tecnológica y educativa que promueve el uso de tecnología en las aulas uruguayas. En tanto texto (Ball 2006), busca democratizar el acceso a la tecnología para borrar diferencias socioeconómicas. Sin embargo, en tanto práctica (Mortimer y Wortham 2015), su implementación produce significados (algunos de ellos “inesperados” desde el punto de vista oficial) que pueden eventualmente (re)construir asimetrías en las identidades de los estudiantes. Esta investigación -de corte etnográfico-discursiva y socio-semiótica- explora a través del análisis escalar cómo se (re)construye la identidad de un grupo de estudiantes en el marco de esta política. El análisis de diversas escalas espacio-temporales co-implicadas deja en evidencia que a través de sus posicionamientos ideológicos diversos actores sociales construyen la identidad de estos estudiantes y su salón de clase de manera tal que, a la vez, se los puede representar –casi paradójicamente- en un estado de déficit (lingüístico) y de ventaja (curricular). 


Palabras clave


tecnología. identidad. análisis escalar. política educativa.

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