Methodological strategies for the development of comprehensive competencies in initial education

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Rosero C, Duque R, Galarrága N, Diaz E, Andrade F, Loyo V, Paspuel J, Rosero N, i


The didactic strategies arise from the set of methodological guidelines that indicate the techniques, methods, procedures and resources to be more effective in the teaching-learning process of children to achieve their adequate selection in correspondence with the skills to be developed; likewise, these strategies facilitate comprehensive training at the initial education level. The objective of this research was to analyze the methodological strategies that stimulate the development of comprehensive competencies in early childhood education children. The research was descriptive, with the object of study being the pedagogical practice of teachers and parental perception. The techniques used were: documentary analysis applied to the curriculum, didactic guide, educational planning and institutional strategic plan. Surveys and registration of observations were applied to teachers and children, and academic strategies were analyzed in order to develop comprehensive competencies in Early Childhood Education children. A bank of new strategies was designed for the areas of: understanding and expression of language, coexistence, logical-mathematical relationships, identity and autonomy, body and motor expression, artistic expression and relationship with the natural and cultural environment, in order to develop comprehensive competencies in early childhood education.

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