Interactions in Effective Pedagogical Practices in the Classroom

TitleInteractions in Effective Pedagogical Practices in the Classroom
Publication TypeThesis
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsMartínez, P
AdvisorArmengol, C, Muñoz, JLuis
Date Published11/2019
Thesis TypeThesis
Abstract

This research presents the results of the interactions that are generated in the classroom, in three schools in the XV region of Chile. For this, nine effective pedagogical practices were observed, considering the dimensions of pedagogical practice, interactions and environment, divided into ten subdimensions and thirty-six indicators, being validated by practical and theoretical judges and embodied in an observation pattern. In addition, they were complemented with field notes. The main results point to a strong influence of the context and the students’ characteristics. For the most part, the interactions presented high teacher direction towards students, absence of student-student interaction and high time of student-knowledge interaction. From the pedagogical practice dimension, knowledge transformation activities as well as the consideration of quality standards of student performance, high expectations towards the result of learning and high feedback and guidance from teachers are present in the teaching practices located in better categories. A differentiating element of the observed interactions is their consideration in the design of the class by the teacher; that is, in less effective practices the interaction is not part of the class design.

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The thesis will be available in TDX.

1.- Article: Interactions in the classroom from effective pedagogical practices, available in the following link.

http://www.rexe.cl/ojournal/index.php/rexe/article/view/648/518

Authors: Paulina Martínez-Maldonado, Carme Armengol Asparó and José Luis Muñoz Moreno.

2.- Congress: International Congress on Leadership and Improvement of Education. Autonomous University of Madrid. May 28, 29 and 30, 2018.

2.a. Title: Interactions in Effective Practices in the Classroom in the Fifteenth Region of Arica and Parinacota (Chile).

Authors: Paulina Martínez-Maldonado, Carme Armengol Asparó and José Luis Muñoz Moreno.

2.b. Title: Process of Development and Validation of a Guideline for Observation in the Classroom and Institutional Improvement.

Authors: Paulina Martínez-Maldonado, Carme Armengol Asparó and José Luis Muñoz Moreno.

Proceedings available in the following link:

http://rinace.net/Avances_en_Democracia_y_Liderazgo_Distribuido.pdf

 

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