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dc.contributor.authorBarrios Tao, Hernandospa
dc.date2020spa
dc.date.accessioned2021-04-14T22:06:48Zspa
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dc.date.issued2020-06-23spa
dc.identifier.citationBarrios Tao, H. (2020). Desarrollo de experiencias emocionales en educación: una contribución para la formación humanística. Civilizar Ciencias Sociales y Humanas, 20(38), 119-135.spa
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dc.description.abstractStrengthening socio-emotional skills is a challenge for the labor, political and educational spheres, and indicates a route to understand the development of emotional experiences, the purpose of emotional education. The objective was to determine principles and actions for understanding emotional episodes in education, which could contribute to a humanistic formation, in research results carried out by edu-cators. The methodology corresponds to a selective narrative review. The inclusion criteria were determined by temporal aspects (2000-2018), publications ( journals located in international systems and bases: Scopus, Science Direct, Ebsco, Proquest, Dialnet), typology (theoretical, revision or reflection studies; qualitative research or quantitative; research carried out by educators in the classroom). The results outline guiding principles such as the understanding of the educational act —as an emotional act, the consideration of the complexity and the multiple dimensions of emotions, as well as the attention to learning theories that contribute to emotional development. Both the principles and the actions found support the practices to understand emotio-nal development in the educational field and could contribute to the human formation of educational actors.eng
dc.description.abstractEl fortalecimiento de habilidades socioemocionales es un desafío para los ámbitos laboral, político y educativo, e indica una ruta para comprender el desarrollo de las experiencias emocionales: propósito de la educación emocional. El objetivo de este artículo fue determinar, en resultados investigativos realizados por educadores, principios y acciones para la comprensión de los episodios emocionales en educación que podrían contribuir con la formación humanística. La metodología correspondió a una revisión narrativa de carácter selectivo. Los criterios de inclusión se determinaron por aspectos temporales (2000-2018), de publicación (revistas situadas en sistemas y bases internacionales: Scopus, Science Direct, Ebsco, Proquest, Dialnet), tipología (estudios teóricos, de revisión o reflexión; investigaciones cualitativas o cuantitativas; investigaciones realizadas por educadores en el aula). Los resultados trazan principios orientadores como la comprensión del acto educativo como un acto emocional, la consideración de la complejidad y la dimensión múltiple de las emociones, así como la atención a teorías de aprendizaje que contribuyan con el desarrollo emocional. Tanto los principios como las acciones halladas fundamentan las prácticas para comprender el desarrollo emocional en el ámbito educativo y podrían contribuir con la formación humana de los actores educativos.spa
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dc.publisherUniversidad Sergio Arboledaspa
dc.relation.ispartofRevista Civilizar Ciencias Sociales y Humanas; vol. 20, núm. 38 (2020)spa
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dc.titleDesarrollo de experiencias emocionales en educación: una contribución para la formación humanística.spa
dc.subject.lembEducación emocionalspa
dc.subject.lembHumanidades - Enseñanzaspa
dc.subject.lembEmotional educationeng
dc.subject.lembHumanities - Teachingeng
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dc.relation.citationstartpage119spa
dc.relation.citationendpage135spa
dc.subject.proposalhumanitieseng
dc.subject.proposalhumanidadesspa
dc.subject.proposaleducationeng
dc.subject.proposaleducaciónspa
dc.subject.proposalenseñanza-aprendizajespa
dc.subject.proposalteaching-learningeng
dc.subject.proposalemotional developmenteng
dc.subject.proposaldesarrollo emocionalspa
dc.title.translatedDevelopment of emotional experiences in education: a contribution to humanistic trainingeng


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