Innovation Using Blogs: the Development of Competences for the Future Teacher and the Subjective Welfare of the Teacher


This article describes three innovative experiences in the Degree in Teaching Education using blogs, with the aim of developing specific and cross-curricular competences: a blog of children’s literature reviews; an electronic journal as a space for research and team work; and an e-portfolio for practices, assessing the progress in learning and carrying out tutorships.

In all of them there was a high degree of participation, motivation and involvement. They also contributed to develop superior competences such as communicative, digital, analytical and synthesizing skills, etc. Besides, the professors experienced a high degree of subjective well-being, related to their satisfaction regarding the innovations achieved.


Blogs, bienestar subjetivo, competencias específicas, competencias transversales, formación de maestros, innovación educativa, usos didácticos


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