El rol del profesorado de apoyo en el aula regular de un instituto de educación secundaria

Josep Maria Sanahuja, Oscar Mas, Patricia Olmos

Resumen


No hay duda de que los procesos de inclusión educativa alcanzan cada vez más a niveles educativos superiores y la educación secundaria no es ajena a esta tendencia. El objetivo de este estudio es analizar el rol del profesorado de apoyo, específicamente proveniente de las unidades de apoyo a la educación especial, desde la perspectiva del profesorado y del alumnado. El estudio se lleva a cabo en un instituto de secundaria a través de la observación en el aula, la entrevista y los grupos de discusión con el fin de identificar el tipo de apoyo y las percepciones que el alumnado y el profesorado tienen de este apoyo. Los resultados muestran la necesidad de institucionalizar espacios de colaboración, la falta de tiempo en la planificación conjunta, las actitudes hacia la inclusión y la falta de formación relacionada con la inclusión del profesorado como elementos clave en el desarrollo profesional del apoyo en contextos inclusivos.


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