De los juegos a la gamificación: propuesta de un modelo integrado

Laura Marcela Londoño Vásquez, Miguel David Rojas López

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From Games to Gamification: A Proposal for an Integrated Model

Dos jogos à gamificação: proposta de um modelo integrado

El interés por temas relacionados con juegos dentro de los procesos educativos se remonta a numerosas propuestas que surgen a partir de los años 60 y a su aplicabilidad en diferentes disciplinas: militar, salud, ciencias sociales e ingeniería, etc. Este documento muestra la evolución desde la forma básica del juego hasta conceptos recientes, como juegos serios y gamificación. Presenta una revisión teórica de diferentes estudios realizados en el campo de juegos en la educación, sus características y aplicaciones. En un segundo momento, el artículo propone un modelo teórico integrador de los conceptos asociados a los juegos en la educación, que explica las relaciones entre aprendizaje y diversión.

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Londoño, L. M. & Rojas, M. D. (2020). De los juegos a la gamificación: propuesta de un modelo integrado. Educación y Educadores, 23(3), 493-512. https://doi.org/10.5294/edu.2020.23.3.7

Recibido: 25/11/2019

Aceptado: 16/06/2020

Publicado: 05/11/2020


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Aprendizaje activo; didáctica escolar; gamificación; juegos educativos; método de enseñanza; técnicas de enseñanza.

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