Análisis de la relación entre actitudes hacia la docencia y profesionalismo en la docencia

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https://doi.org/10.24320/redie.2020.22.e05.2042

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Actitud del docente, profesionalismo, docente.

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Este estudio busca identificar las percepciones de los docentes en cuanto a la relación entre el profesionalismo de los docentes y sus actitudes hacia la profesión. El estudio es de diseño cuantitativo y descriptivo en su modelo relacional. Los datos se recabaron mediante escalas de profesionalismo laboral y actitud hacia la profesión docente. El proceso de análisis de datos consistió en calcular primero la frecuencia (f), el porcentaje (%) y la media aritmética () para conocer las actitudes de los docentes hacia su profesión y su profesionalismo. Por otra parte, se empleó un análisis de correlación de Pearson junto con un análisis de regresión para determinar la relación entre las actitudes de los docentes hacia la profesión docente y su profesionalismo laboral. Los análisis mostraron una relación media, significativa y positiva entre las actitudes de los docentes hacia la profesión docente y niveles de profesionalismo laboral. El análisis de regresión se llevó a cabo para identificar cómo las actitudes de los docentes hacia la profesión docente predicen su nivel de profesionalismo laboral, lo cual se refleja en el efecto de las puntuaciones de la actitud profesional (F (1.257) = 37.08, p = .000) sobre las de profesionalismo laboral. Los resultados de la investigación también muestran que las puntuaciones de actitud profesional de los docentes explican el 13% de la varianza total en relación con el profesionalismo laboral. Lo anterior indica muy probablemente que la actitud profesional de los docentes es un excelente predictor de su profesionalismo laboral.

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2020-03-02

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Korkmaz, F., & Unsal, S. (2020). Análisis de la relación entre actitudes hacia la docencia y profesionalismo en la docencia. Revista Electrónica de Investigación Educativa, 22(1), 1 - 15. https://doi.org/10.24320/redie.2020.22.e05.2042

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