Núm. 17 (2023): Los Marcos de Competencias del Profesorado. Contribuciones desde la perspectiva local, nacional y supranacional.

Valle, J.M; Manso, J. y Sánchez-Tarazaga, L. (2023). Competencias profesionales docentes. EL MODELO 9:20. Narcea. ISBN: 978-8427730922

Publicado 30 junio 2023
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Sola Corcuera, A. (2023). Valle, J.M; Manso, J. y Sánchez-Tarazaga, L. (2023). Competencias profesionales docentes. EL MODELO 9:20. Narcea. ISBN: 978-8427730922. Journal of Supranational Policies of Education, (17), 120–125. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.uam.es/jospoe/article/view/17618


In a world that is constantly changing and necessitates new skills tailored to the demands of a globalized environment, education is one of the most important keys to navigating it. As society progresses, individuals need to continuously learn and adapt. Education not only provides the necessary professional and academic skills but also fosters life-long abilities in every context. Based on these principles, we determine that teachers are one of the major factors in the success of education. Therefore, their expertise must be evaluated and permanently improved. This is where the model's significance comes into play, as it establishes an original, innovative, and complete approach to teachers’ qualification by proposing a total of 20 competences contextualized in nine different scenarios that frame teachers' educational activity. Nevertheless, Key competences are not a new concept; they have been resonating since the European Union defined them as a group of knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed by all for personal fulfillment and development, employability, social inclusion, and active citizenship in the Council Recommendation of December 18, 2006. In light of this, we can say that competence is more than simply knowing how to do something; rather, it is the ability to do it successfully as a result of other skills, support, and, obviously, knowledge.

 Additionally, life-long learning is a term that alludes to the process of acquiring and expanding knowledge, skills, and dispositions throughout one’s life to foster well-being (Laal & Salamati, 2012). This is a truly open concept that can happen in all educational contexts, from formal ones through specialization and updating courses to informal ones in our everyday life experiences. So, life-long learning is a crucial aspect of personal and professional growth and a continuous journey that requires dedication, perseverance, and a willingness to learn from ourselves, others, and our experiences.


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