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Revista Colombia Médica
Universidad del Valle - Facultad de Salud
ISSN: 0120-8322
EISSN: 1657-9534
Vol. 31, No. 1, 2000, pp. 23-27
Bioline Code: rc00006
Full paper language: Spanish
Document type: Research Article
Document available free of charge

Revista Colombia Médica, Vol. 31, No. 1, 2000, pp. 23-27

 es Clima social escolar: percepción del estudiante
Ligia de Giraldo, Rosalba Mera

Resumen

Se realizó un estudio con 147 adolescentes de educación básica de los grados 3°, 4° y 5° para determinar su percepción acerca del ambiente escolar. Se aplicó un instrumento al estudiante, que contempla datos sociodemográficos, percepción sobre la escuela y apoyo de la familia para su aprendizaje. Los hallazgos más importantes demuestran que 84.4% de los estudiantes están satisfechos en el plantel y a casi la totalidad les gusta el estudio (97.9%); lo que más les agrada son el apoyo, la comprensión y la enseñanza de los profesores; les gustaría que cambiara el orden y aseo, los robos, el consumo de drogas y el trato inadecuado de compañeros y profesores; le entienden al profesor 93.8%. Se encontró relación estadísticamente significante entre satisfacción del estudiante con la institución y años cursados; rendimiento académico y relación con sus compañeros; rendimiento académico y entender al profesor las tareas asignadas, para una p < 0.05.

Palabras-clave
Clima social escolar. Adolescencia.Salud y educación.

 
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Ligia de Giraldo, Rosalba Mera

Abstract

In 147 teenagers belonging to 3rd, 4th and 5th degrees of elementary education (Basic School), in order to know their percepción of school enviroment; a survey was carried out. An instrument with sociodemographic data, school, influences, and family support to their learning processes was applied to the students. The most interesting findings show that 84.4% of teenagers are pleased in their institutions. Furthermore 97.9% of them like their studies. They are also satisfied with support, teaching and understanding of their teachers; nevertheless, they would like that order and cleanly were somewhere changed, as well as drug using and/or an unadequate behavior among several peers and some teachers. Practically all of them (93.8%) understand their professors. Significant relationships, p < 0.05, were observed among student's satisfaction, school, and degrees achievied; academic output and companion dependence; academic production and teachers understanding of homeworks ordered.

 
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