Análisis sobre la percepción y participación de los profesores de carrera y de planta de la facultad de administración en el plan de desarrollo profesoral ofertada por la Universidad del Rosario
Luque Molano, Sonia María
Mondragón Herrera, Diana Milena
Pinzón Zambrano, Nicolás
Castro Mahecha, Javier
In recent years, the higher education has undergone changes that have directly influenced the quality of education and student learning. These processes have been affected by methodological developments through improved technology to service students are guided by faculty who in turn has been involved in this development. Meanwhile the University of Rosario has been concerned with giving prominence to the views of students who may qualify to teachers and to identify their strengths and their failures and give personal suggestions in this regard. This concern has directly influenced the observation of practices, activities and pedagogical skills of teaching staff of the university and has created the need for new challenges and approaches in teacher education through teacher professional development courses offered by the university and seeking the knowledge of teachers is transformed to optimally transmit to students. However, the lack of interest and host and the desertion by teachers in professorial development courses have been triggered to investigate the reasons and evidence that led to the questioning of the quality of courses and the interest of teachers to transmit knowledge to students generating constructive knowledge that generates quality and competitiveness and positioning in the field of education.