Grado de percepción del currículo oculto de los profesores de ciencias básicas por parte de estudiantes del programa de pregrado en Bioquímica de la Universidad Antonio Nariño, Bogotá – Colombia

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Cerrado Español El currículo educativo es la estructura central del diseño curricular de una institución o de un programa. Se define como aquel que establece los lineamientos, y guías que son la base en un proyecto educativo de una institución, y es ejecutado por directivos, profesores y estudiantes, con el objeto de llevar a buen término el objetivo educativo propuesto. El currículo es el punto de inicio para planear una directriz o instrucción, un sistema de planeación educativo o el estudio de una disciplina a enseñar según los contenidos que deban ser apropiados por un estudiante. Este se adapta permanentemente y puede clasificarse como currículo oficial, operacional, nulo, extracurrículo y oculto. Este último está definido como aquel que existe, pero no se evidencia de manera directa, y está inmerso en todas las actividades, tareas, y/o procedimientos que establece la institución educativa relacionadas con los valores humanos, comportamientos, actitudes, características propias de la naturaleza de la institución y de sus participantes, ya sea estudiantes, profesores, y/o directivos, lo cual implica la valoración e inclusión de todos los aspectos culturales de una comunidad académica. El currículo oculto es tan importante como el oficial de una institución, de sus programas y de sus profesores, y se refleja en todos los espacios educativos. El presente trabajo permitió identificar el grado de percepción del currículo oculto del profesorado de un programa de estudios de nivel universitario, el programa de pregrado de bioquímica de la Sede circunvalar de la Universidad Antonio Nariño (Bogotá, Colombia) por parte de sus estudiantes, y establecer que este tipo de currículo es un factor de influencia importante frente a la motivación y disposición de los estudiantes para el abordaje y aprendizaje en el área de las ciencias básicas. Así mismo permitió identificar que sí existe un impacto de este currículo oculto en los procesos académicos de los estudiantes de este programa. La población a estudio se delimitó en una muestra de 56 estudiantes del programa de bioquímica matriculados en 2020-2, y se utilizó una metodología de investigación con enfoque cualitativo, de Naturaleza Básica, con abordaje del problema de tipo exploratorio, inductivo y descriptivo y modalidad Transaccional y transversal. Como herramienta para la recolección de datos se utilizó un cuestionario de 20 preguntas. Los resultados permitieron encontrar un alto grado de percepción del currículo oculto de los profesores de ciencias básicas del programa de Bioquímica, también dejó reconocer la manera como los estudiantes ven a sus profesores, y su capacidad de encontrar en ellos no solamente una fuente de conocimientos, sino a seres que sienten, que se emocionan, que reaccionan y que no son perfectos. Se identificó que sí existe un impacto del currículo oculto de sus profesores en los procesos académicos de estos estudiantes, y constatar que este impacto es positivo o negativo, ya que no solamente se aprenden y/o imitan características favorables y/o positivas de sus profesores sino también aquellas que el estudiante considera que pueden servirle en un futuro, aun cuando no sean las más correctas o validables. metadata Murillo Romero, Gladys Angelica mail murillo.angelica@gmail.com (2022) Grado de percepción del currículo oculto de los profesores de ciencias básicas por parte de estudiantes del programa de pregrado en Bioquímica de la Universidad Antonio Nariño, Bogotá – Colombia. Masters thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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El currículo educativo es la estructura central del diseño curricular de una institución o de un programa. Se define como aquel que establece los lineamientos, y guías que son la base en un proyecto educativo de una institución, y es ejecutado por directivos, profesores y estudiantes, con el objeto de llevar a buen término el objetivo educativo propuesto. El currículo es el punto de inicio para planear una directriz o instrucción, un sistema de planeación educativo o el estudio de una disciplina a enseñar según los contenidos que deban ser apropiados por un estudiante. Este se adapta permanentemente y puede clasificarse como currículo oficial, operacional, nulo, extracurrículo y oculto. Este último está definido como aquel que existe, pero no se evidencia de manera directa, y está inmerso en todas las actividades, tareas, y/o procedimientos que establece la institución educativa relacionadas con los valores humanos, comportamientos, actitudes, características propias de la naturaleza de la institución y de sus participantes, ya sea estudiantes, profesores, y/o directivos, lo cual implica la valoración e inclusión de todos los aspectos culturales de una comunidad académica. El currículo oculto es tan importante como el oficial de una institución, de sus programas y de sus profesores, y se refleja en todos los espacios educativos. El presente trabajo permitió identificar el grado de percepción del currículo oculto del profesorado de un programa de estudios de nivel universitario, el programa de pregrado de bioquímica de la Sede circunvalar de la Universidad Antonio Nariño (Bogotá, Colombia) por parte de sus estudiantes, y establecer que este tipo de currículo es un factor de influencia importante frente a la motivación y disposición de los estudiantes para el abordaje y aprendizaje en el área de las ciencias básicas. Así mismo permitió identificar que sí existe un impacto de este currículo oculto en los procesos académicos de los estudiantes de este programa. La población a estudio se delimitó en una muestra de 56 estudiantes del programa de bioquímica matriculados en 2020-2, y se utilizó una metodología de investigación con enfoque cualitativo, de Naturaleza Básica, con abordaje del problema de tipo exploratorio, inductivo y descriptivo y modalidad Transaccional y transversal. Como herramienta para la recolección de datos se utilizó un cuestionario de 20 preguntas. Los resultados permitieron encontrar un alto grado de percepción del currículo oculto de los profesores de ciencias básicas del programa de Bioquímica, también dejó reconocer la manera como los estudiantes ven a sus profesores, y su capacidad de encontrar en ellos no solamente una fuente de conocimientos, sino a seres que sienten, que se emocionan, que reaccionan y que no son perfectos. Se identificó que sí existe un impacto del currículo oculto de sus profesores en los procesos académicos de estos estudiantes, y constatar que este impacto es positivo o negativo, ya que no solamente se aprenden y/o imitan características favorables y/o positivas de sus profesores sino también aquellas que el estudiante considera que pueden servirle en un futuro, aun cuando no sean las más correctas o validables.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Diseño curricular, Currículo oculto, percepción, profesores, estudiantes
Subjects: Subjects > Teaching
Divisions: Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Date Deposited: 20 Oct 2023 23:30
Last Modified: 20 Oct 2023 23:30
URI: https://repositorio.unib.org/id/eprint/748

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