Implicaciones para la formación docentecreencias de eficacia desde el profesorado de secundaria

  1. Reoyo Serrano, Natalia
  2. Carbonero Martín, Miguel Ángel
  3. Martín Antón, Luis Jorge
  4. Román Sánchez, José María
  5. Flores Lucas, Mª del Valle
  6. Freitas Resende, Alvaci
Journal:
International Journal of Developmental and Educational Psychology: INFAD. Revista de Psicología

ISSN: 0214-9877

Year of publication: 2014

Issue Title: EL PODER DE LAS EMOCIONES: PSICOLOGÍA POSITIVA

Volume: 5

Issue: 1

Pages: 427-432

Type: Article

DOI: 10.17060/IJODAEP.2014.N1.V5.702 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor

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Abstract

Taking as starting point the current educational situation and the results of the PISA reports, which for years underline the high dropout rates and poor academic performance and motivation of our students, whenever you begin to place more emphasis on the importance of effective teaching. More and more is expected of the faculty, which requires that they have received appropriate training, a good intellectual preparation for their work and vocation recycling and continuous adaptation to new learning contexts. Specifically, this pilot study will try to offer an empirical analysis and reflection on the current profile of the effective teacher of Secondary Education, from the perspective of teachers themselves. Sample of teachers of Castilla y León both public schools and concluded.

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