Autonomía del alumno: implicaciones para el profesor Learner autonomy: implications for the teacher

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María José Luelmo del Castillo

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El contexto educativo actual está obligando a redefinir distintos aspectos de la vida dentro del aula. Entre ellos, destaca la implementación de nuevas metodologías de aprendizaje que persiguen la promoción de la autonomía del alumno. Esta búsqueda supone, entre otras cosas, un cambio de rol en alumnado y profesorado. El presente artículo pretende abordar este último, dando a conocer cómo es posible abordar este cambio y cuáles son las características y funciones de este nuevo docente.


Palabras clave: autonomía, rol, capacidad metacognitiva, alumno, profesor.


 


Abstract:


The current educational context is compelling teachers to redefine many different aspects within the classroom context. A remarkable one is the implementation of new teaching methodologies that promote student autonomy. This search for autonomy implies, among other things, a change in both students and teachers’ roles. The current article aims to explore this last one, showing how to facilitate this change. The functions and characteristics of this new teacher will also be discussed.


Keywords: autonomy, role, metacognitive capacity, student, teacher.

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Luelmo del Castillo, M. J. (2020). Autonomía del alumno: implicaciones para el profesor: Learner autonomy: implications for the teacher. ENSAYOS. Revista De La Facultad De Educación De Albacete, 35(2), 267-280. https://doi.org/10.18239/ensayos.v35i2.2207
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María José Luelmo del Castillo, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Profesora Visitante Doctora. Departamento de Economía Financiera, Contabilidad a Idioma Moderno

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