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John Jairo Viáfara González

Aleida Ariza Ariza

Resumen

Cincuenta futuros profesores quienes viajaron al exterior en tres diferentes clases de programas, au pair, asistencia a profesores y trabajo en el exterior, mientras estuvieron vinculados a dos universidades públicas colombianas, contribuyeron con entrevistas y encuestas para este estudio mixto con énfasis cualitativo. Los investigadores analizaron los reportes de los participantes con el propósito de establecer como sus viajes enriquecieron sus habilidades lingüísticas y aprendizaje pedagógico. Los resultados muestran que la percepción de los participantes respecto a su mejoramiento en inglés se relaciona con sus estrategias y actitudes para aprovechar las múltiples oportunidades que encontraron. A nivel pedagógico, ampliar sus habilidades de enseñanza y sus perspectivas en relación con las metodologías, el papel de la cultura en el aprendizaje, el diseño de materiales y el currículo se convirtieron en logros fortuitos basados en su relación con sus mentores y su participación en varios escenarios pedagógicos.

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Keywords

intercambio estudiantil, viajes al extranjero, inglés como lengua extranjera, aprendizaje pedagógico, desarrollo de habilidad lingüística

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Viáfara González, J., & Ariza Ariza, A. (2016). Auto-evaluación de viajes internacionales de docentes en formación: subproductos pedagógicos y mejora de habilidades lingüísticas. Signo Y Pensamiento, 35(68), 14-32. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.syp35-68.ptsi
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