ISSN: 2711-1792 (En línea)



Espacio Matemático Vol. 2 (No. 1) 2021, pp. 68-82 • DOI: 10.48082/espmat-v02n01a21p06

Competencias matemáticas, una perspectiva desde la docencia puertorriqueña

Mathematics competitions, a perspective from Puerto Rican teaching

 

Recibido 31/05/2021. Aceptado 15/07/2021

 

CACERES, Luis
Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez. Email: luis.caceres1@upr.edu

HENAO, Ferney
Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez. Email: ferney.henao@upr.edu

Resumen

Este artículo resume los hallazgos encontrados en un estudio realizado con profesores de matemáticas, de nivel secundario, de escuelas públicas y privadas en Puerto Rico. El principal objetivo es comprender y caracterizar la visión que tienen los profesores de matemáticas de Puerto Rico acerca de las competencias matemáticas y la participación de sus estudiantes en las mismas. El estudio pretende analizar el impacto que las competencias de matemáticas tienen en los profesores y sus estudiantes como parte de las estrategias de enseñanza-aprendizaje. En el estudio participaron 213 profesores de distintas regiones de la Isla.
Palabras y frases clave: Competencias matemáticas, profesores, estudiantes

Abstract

This article summarizes the findings found in a study carried out with mathematics teachers, at the secondary level, from public and private schools in Puerto Rico. The main objective is to understand and characterize the vision that Puerto Rico math teachers have about math competitions and the participation of their students in them. The study aims to analyze the impact that math competitions have on teachers and their students as part of teaching-learning strategies. In this study, 213 teachers from different regions of the island participated.
Key words and phrases: Math competitions, teachers, students

 

 

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