Digital Competence, Validation and Differential Patterns between Spanish and Portuguese Areas as Assessed from the Latest PISA Report as a Pathway to Sustainable Education and Social Concerns
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Author/sGutiérrez Ángel, Nieves; García-Sánchez, Jesús-Nicasio; Mercader Rubio, Isabel María; García-Martín, Judit; Brito-Costa, Sonia
PISA reports aim both to analyze and describe the educational reality of each countryand to assess different academic competences, including digital competence. In this paper, we arecommitted to the vision of digital literacy as an indispensable element of sustainable educationand social concerns, which, together with the environment, the economy, social justice and humanrights, form the basis of the concept of sustainability. From this point of view, it is considered that animprovement in digital competence has a positive impact on the use made of ICT and also on its linkwith sustainable development. The aim of this research is to comparatively analyze the results interms of literacy itself, digital skills and digital resources and experiences according to the PISA 2018report in four OECD countries: Spain, Portugal, Colombia and Brazil, specifically, two Latin countries(Brazil and Colombia) and two Hispanic countries (Spain and Portugal), and for the enjoymentin the use of digital dev...