Investigaciones Geográficas

Enseñanza del turismo en el Antropoceno: Nuevas tecnologías, trabajo de campo e implicación del alumnado

Sandra Ricart, Bas Amelung

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/INGEO.19507

Resumen

La humanidad ha afectado a casi todos los ecosistemas terrestres, incluso ha cambiado el funcionamiento de la Tierra, marcando el comienzo de una nueva época geológica: el Antropoceno. El cambio climático, la pérdida de biodiversidad y la creciente masa de plástico en los océanos son todas facetas de esta nueva época. El turismo es un factor principal detrás del surgimiento del Antropoceno y también se ve muy afectado por él. Aprender a vivir dentro de los límites de la Tierra requiere un cambio de paradigma que trascienda las “viejas formas de hacer las cosas”. La educación ofrece nuestra mejor oportunidad de dotar a las nuevas generaciones de profesionales con los conocimientos y habilidades para llevar a cabo este cambio de paradigma, también en el turismo. Este monográfico proporciona ejemplos de métodos, herramientas y enfoques para abordar los desafíos ambientales y la brecha del desarrollo sostenible en la educación turística. La colección de artículos enfatiza la relevancia de las nuevas tecnologías, el trabajo de campo y la participación de los estudiantes como bloques de construcción para nuevos paradigmas de enseñanza en respuesta a los retos ambientales y las dinámicas turísticas que ocurren en el Antropoceno.

Palabras clave

turismo; educación; sostenibilidad; Antropoceno; herramientas; métodos; habilidades; experiencias.

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