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Rocío Toscano

José María Gavilán-Izquierdo

Victoria Sánchez

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Este estudio se centra en la identificación de normas en el discurso coloquial que surge entre estudiantes para ser profesores (EP) de primaria cuando resuelven en grupo tareas didáctico-matemáticas. Los datos son las narrativas identificadas en las transcripciones de las grabaciones en audio de los diálogos de estos estudiantes. El análisis realizado ha permitido inferir la existencia de diferentes normas: sociales, sociomatemáticas, sociodidáctico-matemáticas y didáctico-matemáticas. Su identificación ha permitido aproximarnos a cómo estas normas regulan la enseñanza/aprendizaje de estos estudiantes y pueden afectar su futuro desarrollo profesional como profesores de primaria.





Keywords

Primary teacher education, norms, practical work (learning method)Formación de profesores de primaria, normas, trabajos prácticos

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Toscano, R., Gavilán-Izquierdo, J. M., & Sánchez, V. (2020). Normas en la formación didáctico-matemática de futuros profesores de primaria. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 13(Primera parte dossier Etnografía), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.m13.nfdm
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