La contribución de las prácticas de enseñanza en la construcción del conocimiento didáctico de contenido de los futuros profesores de educación física

  • Daniel Marcon Universidad de Caxias del Sur
  • Amandio Braga dos Santos Graça Universidad de Oporto https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1539-4201
  • Juarez Vieira do Nascimento Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0989-949X
  • Michel Milistetd Midwest University
  • Valmor Ramos Universidad Estatal de Santa Catarina
Palabras clave: prácticas de enseñanza, bases del conocimiento, conocimiento pedagógico

Resumen

Objetivo: el presente estudio examinó como las prácticas de enseñanza adoptaron los componentes pedagógicos del CDC (Conocimiento Didáctico del Contenido) en los futuros docentes de Educación Física con diferentes niveles de entrenamiento. Métodos: el grupo se conformó por cuatro pares de futuros educadores físicos con diferentes niveles de entrenamiento. Las entrevistas y datos de los cuestionarios fueron obtenidos durante tres semestres académicos. Los datos fueron analizados cualitativamente y agrupados en cuatro componentes de conocimiento (conocimiento de los estudiantes, conocimiento del contenido, conocimiento pedagógico y el conocimiento contextual). Resultados: los hallazgos del estudio indicaron que los participantes enfatizaron principalmente en los componentes de conocimiento de los estudiantes y conocimiento del contenido. Discusión/Conclusión: las comparaciones entre los componentes del conocimiento en las parejas de estudiantes de Educación Física mostraron que los componentes más usados por los participantes del CDC fueron: el conocimiento de los estudiantes y los contenidos del conocimiento; mientras que el conocimiento pedagógico y el conocimiento contextual) fueron los menos desarrollados.

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Biografía del autor/a

Daniel Marcon, Universidad de Caxias del Sur

Doctorado por la Universidad de Oporto. Profesor de Educación Física en la Universidad de Caxias del Sur.

Amandio Braga dos Santos Graça, Universidad de Oporto

Doctorado por la Universidad de Oporto. Profesor de la Facultad de Deportes de la Universidad de Oporto.

Juarez Vieira do Nascimento, Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina

Doctorado por la Universidad de Oporto. Profesor en el Centro Deportivo de la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina.

Michel Milistetd, Midwest University

Doctorado de la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina. Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina.

Valmor Ramos, Universidad Estatal de Santa Catarina

Doctorado por la Universidad de Oporto. Profesor en el Centro Deportivo de la Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina.

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Publicado
2015-07-01
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Marcon D., Graça A. B. dos S., do Nascimento J. V., Milistetd M., & Ramos V. (2015). La contribución de las prácticas de enseñanza en la construcción del conocimiento didáctico de contenido de los futuros profesores de educación física. Educación Física Y Deporte, 34(1), 103-128. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.efyd.v34n1a05
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