La investigación basada en el diseño: algunos desafíos y perspectivas

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https://doi.org/10.25267/Rev_Eureka_ensen_divulg_cienc.2024.v21.i2.2801

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Investigaciones de diseño
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Publicado: 05-06-2024
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El objetivo del trabajo es comentar algunas de las cuestiones que se siguen debatiendo sobre la investigación de diseño tales como su rigor metodológico y la falta de marco teórico. Mostrar que la investigación de diseño a lo largo de la última década se ha asentado como forma de investigación educativa, resalto los consensos alcanzados en la definición de sus características y compromisos epistémicos. Se muestran las coincidencias con los artículos publicados en esta revista. Se describe también, las principales críticas que se realizan a la investigación de diseño y, las perspectivas de futuro.

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