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This type of document focuses on the pedagogical core of the teaching profession, namely, the pedagogical knowledge base of teachers. In this category, the authors are expected to include a solid justification, the description of the processes followed in a given educational setting, samples of a pedagogical intervention in specific teaching fields of such processes, results of the experiences and conclusions. The authors are also expected to support their manuscript with theoretical and/or research studies and to present analytical perspectives.
Defined as a study that identifies and arranges profiles in relation to two connected areas of professional teacher practices: classroom teaching practices and participation in professional learning communities. It compares these profiles across different educational systems and examines evidence and links to inputs and processes.
Reflections on Praxis
A document that shows research results on a specific topic from the author’s analytical, interpretative, or critical perspective that presents an innovation with pedagogical implications. This type of article may include: theoretical considerations, pedagogical context, findings, discussion, context, etc. Authors are encouraged to include graphic aids. It should contain original sources.
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