Comunidades profesionales de aprendizaje: de la gestión empresarial a la gestión educativa
Palabras clave:aprendizaje, docente, gestión educativa, escuela, organización
Desde finales de los años 80’s, la gestión educativa ha dado un vuelco de paradigma. Alguna vez basada en estrategias pedagógicas individualistas y jerárquicas, hoy defiende su carácter reflexivo y colaborativo. Originadas en la gestión empresarial, las comunidades profesionales de aprendizaje han demostrado un impacto positivo en gestión educativa. Mediante una exhaustiva revisión bibliográfica, la presente investigación explora la teoría de las comunidades profesionales de aprendizaje, analizando sus componentes principales: estructura organizativa flexible, liderazgo compartido, valores organizacionales, visión compartida y cultura escolar colaborativa. Finalmente, se discuten las implicancias de comprender el problema de la educación peruana desde una perspectiva organizacional.
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