Prácticas en cooperación en la formación del profesorado: un espacio para el desarrollo personal y profesional/Practices on cooperation in teacher training: a space for personal and professional development

Zuriñe Gaintza

Resumen

Este artículo recoge la experiencia educativa de un practicum en el ámbito de la cooperación, en la titulación de formación del profesorado. Durante 15 años, el alumnado de magisterio de la Universidad del País Vasco/ Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea ha realizado sus prácticas en la Amazonía Ecuatoriana cooperando para impulsar la Educación Intercultural Bilingüe de los pueblos indígenas. A través de un estudio cualitativo basado en el análisis de la información de autobiografías, se valora el impacto que a nivel personal y profesional tiene este tipo de prácticas en el alumnado. El estudio destaca los beneficios y los aprendizajes esenciales que es posible adquirir al realizar de este tipo de experiencias. 

Palabras clave

prácticas; practicum; formación de profesorado; cooperación; autobiografía

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