La reflexion como herramienta para mejorar la praxis de los futuros profesores: curso de formaci6n profesional inicial para profesores

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Sergio Andres Rodriguez Ruedas

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Este articulo presenta los resultados de una investigaci6n desarrollada en la Licenciatura en Lenguas Extranjeras de la Universidad de Pamplona. En ella, el investigador analiz6 la importancia de la reflexividad y la reflexion en la ensefianza durante la una de las etapas del proceso de practica profesional. Brindar un proceso reflexivo puede mejorar el desarrollo, el conocimiento y las capacidades de los docentes ya que les permite comprender la complejidad de aprender a ensefiar asi c6mo ensefiar un idioma extranjero. Los resultados indican que reflexionar sobre lo que se ha hecho en los cursos y mejorar las practicas educativas es un tema de interes para los profesores en formaci6n. Los resultados tambien indican que el proceso reflexivo tuvo un impacto positivo en los participantes ya que les permiti6 ser conscientes de las implicaciones inherentes de la ensefianza de una lengua extranjera y ver la necesidad de dominar los diversos aspectos que forman parte del proceso de ensefianza de una lengua.

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Rodriguez Ruedas, S. A. (2021). La reflexion como herramienta para mejorar la praxis de los futuros profesores: curso de formaci6n profesional inicial para profesores. Shimmering Words: Research and Pedagogy E-Journal, 10(1), 6-19. Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.ustatunja.edu.co/index.php/shimmering/article/view/2101
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Sergio Andres Rodriguez Ruedas

He is a Ph. d. student from Universite Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Dennis, holds a master's degree in linguistics and literature from Sorbonne University and a bachelor's degree in foreign languages English and French from Universidad de Pamplona. He belongs to the research groups GRILEX and CIEL from the Universidad de Pamplona. 

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