Estudio sobre el proceso de implantación y seguimiento de las competencias básicas en los centros educativos de educación secundaria de la ciudad de Burgosanálisis desde la perspectiva de los equipos directivos y de los docentes de educación física

  1. David Hortigüela Alcalá
Supervised by:
  1. Víctor Abella García Director
  2. Ángel Pérez Pueyo Director

Defence university: Universidad de Burgos

Year of defence: 2014

Committee:
  1. Juan Alfredo Jiménez Eguizábal Chair
  2. Jaime Ibáñez Quintana Secretary
  3. Marta Capllonch Bujosa Committee member
  4. Jessenia Hernández Elizondo Committee member
  5. José Juan Barba Martín Committee member
Department:
  1. Ciencias de la Educación

Type: Thesis

Abstract

The aim of this study was to analyze the perception management teams and teachers of Physical Education Secondary Education on the implementation process of Key Competences. The sample consisted of 30 high schools (30 members of management teams and 30 heads of department of Physical Education), of which 58.5 % were male and 41.5 % female, with a mean age of 44.17 (SD = 6.23). In the working methods have been used quantitative and qualitative methods. Most management teams considered necessary to establish a draft contribution to Key Competences, but showed some reluctance based on: a) the lack of proposals, b) the lack of awareness among teachers, c) the belief of the excessive time required, d) the lack of information from the education authority. The Physical Education teachers positively evaluated the work of Key Competences, significantly relating curricular learning and consistency obtained along the course.