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Salman Iliyan

Resumen

Este estudio compara la percepción del desarrollo profesional, por parte de los estudiantes, en dos aspectos del entrenamiento práctico: el entrenamiento práctico semanal y el entrenamiento práctico intensivo. El objetivo de la investigación es formar un concepto específico sobre la organización del entrenamiento práctico de los estudiantes. La pregunta de investigación es: de qué forma los estudiantes en entrenamiento perciben su desarrollo profesional en dos aspectos del entrenamiento –WPT y IPT. El principal hallazgo muestra que los estudiantes en entrenamiento sienten que el período de IPT contribuye más a su desarrollo profesional que el período de WPT.

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Keywords

Estudiantes universitarios, prácticas pedagógicas, conocimiento

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Iliyan, S. (2008). Teacher Trainees’ Perception of the Time Dimension in Practical Training. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 1(1). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/MAGIS/article/view/3360
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