Competencias profesionales de los orientadores educativos mexicanos

Competencias profesionales de los orientadores educativos mexicanos

RESUMENLas constantes transformaciones del mundo actual han puesto de manifiesto la urgente necesidad decontar con orientadores educativos especializados en la preparaci贸n de las nuevas generaciones paralograr sociedades m谩s justas y equitativas. El texto presenta los resultados para M茅xico del Proy...

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Journal Title: Revista Espa帽ola de Orientaci贸n y Psicopedagog铆a (REOP)
Author: Gabriela Cabrera L贸pez
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Language: Spanish
Get full text: http://revistas.uned.es/index.php/reop/article/view/11540
Resource type: Journal Article
Source: Revista Espa帽ola de Orientaci贸n y Psicopedagog铆a (REOP); Vol 21, No 2 (Year 2010).
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Publisher: Universidad Nacional de Educaci贸n a Distancia
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Categories: Health Sciences, Social Sciences/Humanities --> Psychology, Applied
Abstract: RESUMENLas constantes transformaciones del mundo actual han puesto de manifiesto la urgente necesidad decontar con orientadores educativos especializados en la preparaci贸n de las nuevas generaciones paralograr sociedades m谩s justas y equitativas. El texto presenta los resultados para M茅xico del Proyectointernacional sobre competencias profesionales de los orientadores educativos de la AIOSP 鈥攃oordinadopor E. Repetto鈥, realizado durante 2002-2003 por la Asociaci贸n Mexicana de Profesionales de laOrientaci贸n (AMPO). Con un estudio exploratorio descriptivo se adapt贸 el Cuestionario internacionalprovisto por la AIOSP, acorde a las condiciones mexicanas y se aplic贸 a una muestra de orientadoresmexicanos que laboraban en distintos niveles educativos. Los resultados de 2003 mostraron que enM茅xico, los orientadores educativos pose铆an s贸lidas competencias profesionales en las 谩reas psicosocial,escolar, vocacional y profesional, pero que su formaci贸n era menor en las 谩reas de Orientaci贸nlaboral, orientaci贸n comunitaria y en Investigaci贸n y Evaluaci贸n. Asimismo, se detect贸 un menor inter茅spor la gesti贸n de programas y servicios, y por la consultor铆a. A partir de estos hallazgos, la AMPOy otras instituciones educativas han impulsado otros estudios espec铆ficos acerca de las necesidades deformaci贸n y capacitaci贸n de los orientadores, dise帽ando programas de formaci贸n con enfoques socioconstructivistasy de educaci贸n basada en competencias.ABSTRACTThe constant changes in today's world have highlighted the urgent need for specialized educational counselorsin preparing new generations to achieve more just and equitable societies. The text presents the聽coordinated by E. AIOSP Repetto, conducted during 2002-2003 by the Mexican Association of ProfessionalCounselling (AMPO). With an exploratory study adapted the questionnaire provided by AIOSP,according to Mexican conditions and applied to a sample of Mexican counselors who worked at differenteducational levels. The 2003 results showed that in Mexico, educational counselors possess solidcompetencies in the areas of psychosocial, educational, vocational and professional, but that its formationwas less in the areas of guidance labor, community and Research and Evaluation. We also detecteda minor interest in the management of programs and services, and consulting. From these findings,AMPO and other educational institutions have prompted further studies on the specific training needsof counselors, designing training programs approaches socioconstructivistas and competency-based education.
Translated abstract: ABSTRACTThe constant changes in today's world have highlighted the urgent need for specialized educational counselorsin preparing new generations to achieve more just and equitable societies. The text presents the coordinated by E. AIOSP Repetto, conducted during 2002-2003 by the Mexican Association of ProfessionalCounselling (AMPO). With an exploratory study adapted the questionnaire provided by AIOSP,according to Mexican conditions and applied to a sample of Mexican counselors who worked at differenteducational levels. The 2003 results showed that in Mexico, educational counselors possess solidcompetencies in the areas of psychosocial, educational, vocational and professional, but that its formationwas less in the areas of guidance labor, community and Research and Evaluation. We also detecteda minor interest in the management of programs and services, and consulting. From these findings,AMPO and other educational institutions have prompted further studies on the specific training needsof counselors, designing training programs approaches socioconstructivistas and competency-based education.聽