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La publicación científica de los profesionales de la Salud camagüeyanos: Conocimiento, motivaciones y cumplimiento de normas éticas
Suárez Sorí,Boris; Macías Llanes,María Elena; Torres Lebrato,Lay; Capote Fradera,Alejandro;
Humanidades M??dicas , 2010,
Abstract: a cross-sectional analytic study was carried out with health professionals from camagüey to determine their knowledge, motivations, and fulfillment of ethical standards in scientific publication. after being informed, groups were selected and surveyed. the sample comprised 81 professionals of 26 medical specialties, who were interviewed from may to july 2009, and later grouped in four categories. notwithstanding their teaching experience, teaching category, occupation, research category, and scientific grade, results showed that professionals had poor knowledge about scientific publication. they were only interested on achieving prestige, higher teaching categories, and second degree specialty title. lack of resources and time caused their low scientific productivity. many of them added other authors to their article unjustifiably. members of the provincial health scientific board and most productive authors proved to have greater knowledge than health executives and participants in courses of scientific articles writing, who failed to comply with the ethics standards of publication.
La indagación científica como enfoque pedagógico: estudio sobre las prácticas innovadoras de docentes de ciencia en EM (Región de Valparaíso)
González-Weil,Corina; Cortéz,Mónica; Bravo,Paulina; Ibaceta,Yasnina; Cuevas,Karen; Qui?ones,Paola; Maturana,Joyce; Abarca,Alejandro;
Estudios pedagógicos (Valdivia) , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-07052012000200006
Abstract: this research refers the results of a qualitative study which purpose was to describe and understand the teaching practices of six secondary science teachers who have transformed their teaching practice by applying an inquiry approach. the method used was grounded theory applied to the observation of 54 class hours (cr.). this research contributes with descriptive and comprehensive information about characteristics of the observed practices, as well as the conditions that allow them and their consequences. finally, we discuss the implications that this study has on pre-service and in-service secondary science teacher education.
LA EDUCACION CIENTIFICA COMO APOYO A LA MOVILIDAD SOCIAL: DESAFIOS EN TORNO AL ROL DEL PROFESOR SECUNDARIO EN LA IMPLEMENTACION DE LA INDAGACION CIENTIFICA COMO ENFOQUE PEDAGOGICO
González Weil,Corina; Martínez Larraín,María Teresa; Martínez Galaz,Carolina; Cuevas Solís,Karen; Mu?oz Concha,Liber;
Estudios pedagógicos (Valdivia) , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-07052009000100004
Abstract: education is one of the main factors that promote social mobility. secondary education is important for the development of upper cognitive processes as for the destiny of the individuals, once they graduate of the school system. scientific education, by means of the generation of scientific competence, can collaborate strongly in this development. at international and national level, the use of scientific inquiry is promoted as an effective pedagogical focus in the development of these competences, especially, at contexts of high vulnerability. the present work exposes some key features that teachers should have to implement this pedagogical focus. finally, the role of science secondary teacher education is discussed.
TEAMWORK AS A CONDITION TO FORM A TEACHER TO BE’ CREATIVE COMPETENCE
Shumovskaya Alfiya Gamirovna
Magister Dixit , 2011,
Abstract: In this article the author gives her personal definition of the notion creative competence of a teacher to be , considers the preconditions to form a creative competence of a teacher to be in terms of teamwork. The author proves the choice of the teamwork term.
The scientific text for PhD students in interdisciplinary aspect
Potyomina T. A.
Vestnik Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University , 2013,
Abstract: The author of the article attempts to generalize the means of language in scientific texts through the example of certain natural-scientific specialities on purpose to form linguistic and translating competence of the PhD students studying German.
El papel de los centros escolares en la adquisición de la competencia científica
Elsa Pe?a-Suárez,ángela Campillo-álvarez,Marta Santarén–Rosell,José Mu?iz
Revista Iberoamericana de Psicología y Salud , 2012,
Abstract: The school effects are defined as the influence of educational centers on the pupils’ results. School effect size is the percentage of explained variance, which depends on school characteristics. This paper estimates the school size in Scientific Competence, which is evaluated by PISA program. The research establishes several objectives. It aims to estimate the magnitude school effects in the attitudes and capacities and to compare different types of school effects: A gross school effect, which doesn’t control context effects and a net school effect, which is adjusted by the school and families socioeconomic status. The sample consists of 17528 Spanish students, whose average age was 15.84 years (SD = 029), and 612 centers. Different multilevel models were developed: Students (level one) and schools (level two). The statistic applied was the Intraclass Correlation Coefficient. The results show greater effects in the assessed capacities, over 15%. This percentage was reduced by the net school effect, because the socioeconomic status is a great predictor of students’ performance. Nevertheless, it can be concluded that schools in Spain are relevant in acquisition of Scientific Competence.
Aproximación a una didáctica de la traducción de textos científicos y técnicos inglés-espa?ol
Gómez,Norman; Gómez,Jorge Iván;
íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura , 2011,
Abstract: this article shows some reflections obtained from the project ''approximation to the translation of scientific and technical texts''. the project was carried out following these steps: search and selection of curricular information and readings about translation as a theoretical support for the proposal; creation of the handbook for teaching translation of scientific and technical texts: english/ spanish, including its learning portfolio to evaluate its workshops; testing of some workshops and implementation of strategies for its divulgation. this project evidenced the shortage of programs for studying translation of scientific and technical texts in colombia; the lack of consensus in the conceptualization of the text types referred as specialized languages and the need for revising the rigid structure followed, in general, by the existing translation handbooks. this handbook can be used in different translation settings, thanks to the universality of the technical and scientific languages and to the features it presents. however, it is necessary to continue testing its results in different settings in order to deepen in the research of the didactics of translation.
La publicación científica de los profesionales de la Salud camagüeyanos: Conocimiento, motivaciones y cumplimiento de normas éticas Scientific publication of health professionals from Camagüey: Knowledge, motivations, and fulfillment of ethical standards
Boris Suárez Sorí,María Elena Macías Llanes,Lay Torres Lebrato,Alejandro Capote Fradera
Humanidades M??dicas , 2010,
Abstract: Se realizó un estudio analítico transversal para determinar el conocimiento, motivaciones y aspectos éticos, que sobre publicación científica tienen los profesionales de la Salud de Camagüey. Se aplicó una encuesta a los grupos seleccionados, previamente informados. La muestra estuvo formada por 81 profesionales de 26 especialidades médicas, quienes fueron encuestados entre mayo y julio de 2009, y más tarde agrupados en cuatro categorías. Se advirtió que los profesionales no tienen suficientes conocimientos sobre la publicación científica, sin importar los a os en la docencia, la categoría docente, la categoría ocupacional, categoría investigativa y grado científico. La realización de una publicación respondió al interés de alcanzar reconocimiento científico y cumplir con requisitos para obtener categoría docente superior y título de especialista de segundo grado. La baja productividad científica es atribuida a la falta de recursos y de tiempo para preparar la publicación. Un gran porciento de los profesionales a ade a uno o más autores en la publicación, de forma injustificada. El grupo de los miembros del Consejo Científico Provincial de Salud y los autores que más publican demostraron tener mayor conocimiento que los directores de salud y los participantes en los cursos de redacción de artículos científicos, quienes, a la vez, incumplen más con la ética de la publicación. A cross-sectional analytic study was carried out with health professionals from Camagüey to determine their knowledge, motivations, and fulfillment of ethical standards in scientific publication. After being informed, groups were selected and surveyed. The sample comprised 81 professionals of 26 medical specialties, who were interviewed from May to July 2009, and later grouped in four categories. Notwithstanding their teaching experience, teaching category, occupation, research category, and scientific grade, results showed that professionals had poor knowledge about scientific publication. They were only interested on achieving prestige, higher teaching categories, and second degree specialty title. Lack of resources and time caused their low scientific productivity. Many of them added other authors to their article unjustifiably. Members of the Provincial Health Scientific Board and most productive authors proved to have greater knowledge than health executives and participants in courses of scientific articles writing, who failed to comply with the ethics standards of publication.
Communicative competences in Experimental Sciences degrees within the framework of the new European Space for Higher Education
Joseba Ezeiza Ramos
Ibérica , 2009,
Abstract: The scenario for developing communicative competences in the Experimental Sciences degrees and within the new European Space for Higher Education is highly complex. This is confirmed by research reported in the White Papers on the new degrees in this subject area. Therefore, to smoothly integrate communicative and linguistic competences into future syllabi, I should first make a careful analysis of the main factors at work in the new situation. This paper seeks to provide a preliminary approach to the problem. First, I describe the academic and professional tasks that constitute the objectives of future European science degrees. This is followed by an analysis of the communicative and linguistic parameters considered essential for satisfactory attainment of these objectives. Finally, the specific skills that students must master in order to meet the demands imposed by the new framework are outlined. The results of this analysis will enable us to see how much the new situation differs from traditional university teaching. Under this new model, the development of communicative and linguistic competences will no longer be a mere adjunct to a science curriculum, but instead will become of prime importance to the academic and professional training of future scientists.
ADMINISTRACIóN E INVESTIGACIóN CIENTíFICA Y TéCNICA: VEINTE A OS DESPUéS DE LA LEY DE LA CIENCIA
Marcos Gómez Puente
Revista d'Estudis Autonòmics i Federals , 2007,
Abstract: Twenty years after the Science Law, the current regulatory and organisationalframework of scientific research in Spain is examined with considerationof its distinguishing features. With this in mind, the article examines, first,the regulations defining the scientific powers of the State, the autonomousregions, local institutions and universities in terms of constitutional jurisprudenceand the recent statutory reforms. It then systematises by formal typeand material purpose the regulations passed while exercising their respectivepowers, as well as the organisational forms of the scientific government.This analysis suggests some degree of imitation and parallelism betweenthe autonomous regional and state regulations, possibly due to its regulatoryarticulation and the lack of co-ordination and convergence of scientificpolicies. As a result, the study finally looks at the regulations required bythis inter-governmental co-ordination and collaboration and the bodies andprocedures by which it could better be articulated, as well as reviewing somerecent political initiatives which aimed to overcome this lack of collaboration.
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