Clima áulico. Características socio-emocionales del contexto de enseñanza y aprendizaje

Juan Pablo Paneiva Pompa, Liliana Bakker, Josefina Rubiales

Resumen


El propósito del trabajo fue realizar una revisión que refleje el estado del conocimiento en el estudio del clima áulico, conceptualizando y desarrollando su importancia en los procesos de enseñanza y de aprendizaje. La misma reúne investigaciones realizadas en diferentes contextos para demostrar la importancia del clima áulico en los procesos de enseñanza y de aprendizaje representando una prioridad de acción para los profesionales de la educación. Se analizaron las variables que influyen en el clima áulico, las cuales fueron agrupadas en variables sociales, emocionales y físicas. Los antecedentes señalan la inexistencia de un clima ideal, validando la importancia de armonizar el clima áulico a las necesidades de los estudiantes, según estilos individuales y grupales.


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clima áulico, ambiente, enseñanza, aprendizaje

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