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Revista mexicana de investigación educativa

versión impresa ISSN 1405-6666

RMIE vol.11 no.31 México oct./dic. 2006

 

Investigación

Modelo integrador de la tutoría: de la dirección de tesis a la sociedad del conocimiento

Gabriela de la Cruz Flores* 

Tonatiuh García Campos** 

Luis Felipe Abreu Hernández*** 

* Técnico académico asociado “A”, Facultad de Medicina de la UNAM. Edificio B, 6° piso, de la Facultad de Medicina, Av. Universidad 3000, Ciudad Universitaria, col. Copilco, del. Coyoacán, CP 04510, México, DF, México. CE: gabydc74@yahoo.com.mx.

** Profesor titular de la Facultad de Psicología de la Universidad de Guanajuato, México.

*** Profesor titular “B” de la Facultad de Medicina de la UNAM, México. CE: lfah@servidor.unam.mx.

Resumen

Para construir un modelo integral de la tutoría, se utilizó el análisis funcional de tareas. Se partió de una revisión sistemática de la bibliografía y del consenso de expertos, para identificar las funciones de la tutoría en la educación superior. El modelo identifica ocho funciones: formación de investigadores y profesional, docencia, entrenamiento, consejería académica, socialización, patrocinio y apoyo psicosocial. Promueve prácticas tutorales más conscientes y reflexivas, favorece la formación de tutores y la evaluación de su calidad.

Palabras clave: tutoría; educación superior; formación profesional y formación de investigadores; México

Abstract

To construct an integral model of tutoring, functional task analysis was used. A systematic review of the bibliography and expert consensus was made, in order to identify the functions of tutoring in higher education. The model identifies eight functions: educating professionals and researchers, teaching, training, academic advising, socialization, sponsorship and psychosocial support. It promotes tutorial practices that are more aware and reflective, while favoring the training of tutors and the evaluation of their quality.

Key words: tutoring; higher education; education of professionals and researchers; Mexico

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Recibido: 15 de Diciembre de 2005; Aprobado: 26 de Mayo de 2006

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