Concepciones de Estudiantes sobre Enseñanza Socialmente Justa. Un Estudio Fenomenográfico

F. Javier Murillo, Nina Hidalgo

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La escuela tiene un papel fundamental en la lucha contra las injusticias sociales. En concreto, la práctica docente y cómo desarrollen la enseñanza los y las profesores es un elemento determinante en la consecución de una sociedad más justa. El presente estudio se centra en conocer las concepciones de estudiantes acerca de cómo es una enseñanza socialmente justa. Para lograrlo, se ha llevado a cabo un estudio fenomenográfico con 32 estudiantes de Educación Primaria y de Educación Secundaria de la Comunidad de Madrid. Los resultados muestran que los y las estudiantes consideran que enseñanza socialmente justa es aquella que: a) favorece el desarrollo integral del alumnado, b) trabaja contenidos sensibles a las injusticias sociales, c) promueve la participación de los y las estudiantes en el proceso de aprendizaje, d) plantea un aprendizaje útil y autónomo y e) enseña al alumnado a pensar y a ser críticos.


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