Explorando el impacto de las cualificaciones docentes en el rendimiento en matemáticas en TIMSS: un análisis trasnacional

Palabras clave: TIMSS, rendimiento en matemáticas, cualificación del docente, trasnacional

Resumen

La comunidad internacional se ha centrado en identificar los factores clave que influyen en el rendimiento académico. Ya que un rendimiento sólido en matemáticas puede tener un impacto positivo en las perspectivas profesionales, el salario y la calidad de vida en general de un individuo. Sin embargo, identificar estos factores ha resultado ser una tarea difícil debido al gran número de variables a considerar. La literatura educativa ha identificado a las cualificaciones del docente como un factor crucial. Este estudio analiza la relación entre las cualificaciones del docente y el rendimiento de los estudiantes en Matemáticas. Se analizó la información de 14 países y se encontró que las cualificaciones de los docentes pueden influir en el rendimiento de los estudiantes, dependiendo del país evaluado. Por lo tanto, es necesario investigar con mayor detalle por qué algunos factores tienen influencia en algunos países y en otros no.

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Biografía del autor/a

Erick Aldo Medina Blanco, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro

Ingeniero en Mecatrónica. Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Querétaro, México.

Alberto de Jesús Pastrana Palma, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro

Doctor en Ciencias Computacionales. Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. Querétaro, México.

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Publicado
2023-12-01
Cómo citar
Medina Blanco, E., & Pastrana Palma, A. (2023). Explorando el impacto de las cualificaciones docentes en el rendimiento en matemáticas en TIMSS: un análisis trasnacional. Revista Gestión De Las Personas Y Tecnología, 16(48), 22. https://doi.org/10.35588/gpt.v16i48.6500
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Gestión de Personas