The advantages of transmidias narratives for a Dialogic Education in Distance Education
We live in a time of significant social and cultural, defendants primarily by technological transformations. In particular, in the field of education, new forms and practices have been required to meet this new scenario. This article aims to discuss the possibilities of transmedias narratives to encourage creative processes in Distance Education, from the perspective of dialogical education. The methodological been used to systematize the contributions of authors such as Freire and Henry Baktin and Jenkys. From a reflection on the potential of Virtual Learning Environments as convergence channels, there is a need for adoption of motivational strategies, such as those found in transmedias narratives for the realization of a dialogical education.
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