Vol.8, No.4, November 2019.                                                                                                                                                                           ISSN: 2217-8309

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TEM Journal



Association for Information Communication Technology Education and Science

The Integration of Digital Devices into Learning Spaces According to the Needs of Primary and

Secondary Teachers


López Costa Marta


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Citation Information: TEM Journal. Volume 8, Issue 4, Pages 1351-1358, ISSN 2217-8309, DOI: 10.18421/TEM84-36, November 2019.


Received: 29 September 2019.

Revised:   31 October 2019.
Accepted:  06 November 2019.
Published: 30 November 2019.




Current educational paradigms require new learning spaces that should be designed and modified following guidelines for the pedagogical needs and from a stance that is both realistic and sustainable in its implementation, but above all superior quality systematic research. For that reason, the aim of our research is to identify the needs and perceptions of a teacher in relation to the technological design of classrooms. Explanatory investigation has been carried out by means of a quantitative study. The results point to it being necessary to re-configure the classrooms and break with the traditional layout of the learning space. It should be noted that digital dimension should act as a foundation for proposing new learning spaces in schools.


Keywords – Digital technology, learning spaces, quantitative study.



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