open government - Freddy Mariñez Navarro (38 pages)

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.- LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT TEACHING

Educating a new proposal for Open Government, is simply proposing an educational project for

the government. In this sense, education to understand a new configuration State-Society

undoubtedly brings us to the use of strategies, techniques and teaching methods in order to

understand the impacts of globalization processes in State structures, we refer to technologies

information in the making of decisions and policies.

The challenge that leaves the above stated, is the need to train teachers on learning strategies for

open government. Not only is "to do", "to when" and "the how" of teaching, but "who" should

carry out this task. Training in the use of educational tools is essential to good teaching Open

Government.

1.a.- Pedagogical tools for teaching Public Administration within the Open Government

We cannot speak of teaching tools in the Open Government but we need them in the study of

public administration. Many institutions that have been proposed schemes teachings of this

discipline, as well as the skills that should stop applying the tools to their thematic topics and

complementary. The trends emerging in the public who have been leaving huge debates in

academia result in new concepts, analytical frameworks, paradigms that reflect the vicissitudes

of public management practices in the world.

The quality of teaching is to generate Open Government

skills, procedures, methods, and

Communication tools in e-learning to the practice of public administration, this implies a

combined strategy that articulates learning management processes and extra-organizations

aspects expressed in the relationship between society and government. That is, of what it is to

think of a Pedagogy of Governance (Sheila Suess Kennedy, 2010). “Overall, then, administrative

theory and practice must incorporate the evolution of the inter-subjective experience of good

governance, and concern itself with all loci interrelationships that could affect such an

experience (e.g., organizational, financial, and programmatic structures; administratives rules,

practices, and procedures; institutionalized norms, statutes, and policy mandates; the shared

attitudes, values, beliefs, interest, and desires of those it affects both broadly and locally; and the

shifting networks of interpersonal relationships within society)” ( Abel; 2009: 149).

Then will

each of them in order to clarify the framework of competencies:

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