Relación del sistema ambiental universitario con el desarrollo de competencias personales y sociales

  1. Patricia Guerra Mora
  2. Andrea Arnaiz García
  3. Juan Pablo Pizarro Ruiz
  4. María Teresa Bermúdez Rey 1
  5. Laura Rubio Rubio
  1. 1 Universidad de Oviedo
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    Universidad de Oviedo

    Oviedo, España

    ROR https://ror.org/006gksa02

Libro:
Psicología y educación: presente y futuro
  1. Juan Luis Castejón Costa (coord.)

Editorial: [Madrid] : Asociación Científica de Psicología y Educación (ACIPE), 2016

ISBN: 978-84-608-8714-0

Ano de publicación: 2016

Páxinas: 338-346

Congreso: Congreso Internacional de Psicología y Educación (8. 2016. Alicante)

Tipo: Achega congreso

Resumo

The general objective of this research is analyze environmental systems teacher training and its relationship whit the effective personality (personal and social skills) from the principles of ecological theory (Bonfenbrenner, 1987) and the Theory “Mind and Brain: A Catalytic Theory of Embodiment” or Catalytic Theory of Personification (Carpenter and Davia, 2005). It starts from the assumption that there is a significant relationship between the “environmental organization UPLA System” and “Personality Effective”. Two processes were made. First, the correlation between the “Organization UPLA Environmental System” and Effective Personality construct was performed. The results obtained show the relationship in some of these dimensions were statistically significant at the confidence level 0.01, but they weren´t high. The correlations of the dimensions of management and administration, Personal and professional communities and organizational climate were the highest but the rest of the dimensions do not correlate. Secondly, four types of effective personality were established following the clustering technique. And based on that average scores calculated in each of the types on all dimensions of the questionnaire environmental systems. In either case the multivariate statistical Trace Pillai calculated in each of the types was statistically significant.