Gestión y liderazgo del docente frente al proceso enseñanza-aprendizaje en el aula del bachillerato

In the present descriptive research with non-experimental and documentary field design, the management and leadership of the teacher in the teaching-learning process in the classroom is analyzed. The study is carried out in the first year of high school at the “Sergio Núñez Santamaría” private schoo...

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Main Authors: Hidalgo Crespo Andrade, José, Weise, Crista
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2021
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7946004
Source:RECIMUNDO: Revista Científica de la Investigación y el Conocimiento, ISSN 2588-073X, Vol. 5, Nº. 2, 2021, pags. 358-375
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Summary: In the present descriptive research with non-experimental and documentary field design, the management and leadership of the teacher in the teaching-learning process in the classroom is analyzed. The study is carried out in the first year of high school at the “Sergio Núñez Santamaría” private school (Guayaquil, Ecuador). For data collection, an instrument of 60 items with a Likert-type scale was applied with the options: permanently, almost permanent, almost never and never. The instruments were validated through expert criteria and a pilot test (Alpha Cronbach index 0.99). The relationship between the variables was determined using Pearson's correlation coefficient, obtaining values of 0.694 and 0.721 for the sample of teachers and the sample of students, respectively. Both values indicate a direct positive correlation and categorized as good, expressing a direct relationship between teacher leadership and pedagogical management. The leadership style is moderately effective, prevailing the transformational and the prosocial, with effective specific and generic competencies, highlighting the communicative, entrepreneurship and teamwork. Teachers are characterized with effective pedagogical management, where planning, execution of strategies and evaluation of learning, prevail in equal percentage.