Hacia la educación mediada por el modelo PARCE como estrategia socioemocional
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Capacidad de enseñanza
Educabilidad
Inteligencia emocional
Habilidades sociales
Prácticas pedagógicas Teachability
Educability
Emotional intelligence
Social skills
Pedagogical practices

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Yepes Gomez, S. K. (2020). Hacia la educación mediada por el modelo PARCE como estrategia socioemocional. Dictamen Libre, (27: Julio-Diciembre), 175–190. https://doi.org/10.18041/2619-4244/dl.27.6651

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Este artículo proviene de la investigación titulada: Educabilidad mediada por el modelo PARCE como una estrategia socioemocional en las aulas de las instituciones educativas públicas locales. Su objetivo principal era este: identificar el impacto de la capacidad de enseñanza y educación generada por esta propuesta pedagógica, y cómo se evidencia su efecto en el sistema escolar local del departamento de Quindío, Colombia. Para lograr esto, es necesario profundizar en los problemas presentados por los profesores de práctica en las instituciones públicas del área de estudio, en el marco de la capacidad de enseñanza, lo que permite proponer otras perspectivas didácticas en las actividades pedagógicas, como un aporte para promover la emoción emocional del alumno. desarrollo y habilidades sociales. Para este fin, es necesario identificar las situaciones problemáticas en las aulas que afectan directa o indirectamente el desempeño escolar y el entorno en las instituciones educativas.

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