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Title: Famílies i docents, els grans aliats. Quines són les pràctiques que dificulten la col·laboració de les famílies les reunions de centre?
Author: López Ramírez, Marina
Tutor: Lluch Molins, Laia
Keywords: education
school
families
psychopedagogy
Issue Date: Jun-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Education is one of new relationships and strong bonds during the most important years of a person's life. The relationship that is created between the school and the family is of enormous importance, as these links are necessary to ensure that the child feels confident and secure with the guidance and accompaniment of his or her references from the time they are young. Faced with this situation, the role of parents must be reinforced as an educational point of reference and responsible for their children's growth, guaranteeing their collaboration within the centre. One of the greatest problems in educational centres is between teachers and families, given that sometimes allies become enemies due to a lack of communication or different ways of doing things. However, the two agents watch over the development and well-being of children from two different perspectives, the family and the educational. In this sense, the role of the educational psychologist is fundamental, as he/she has to facilitate collaboration and intervention between the school and the families. The importance of this relationship and its transcendence through school interviews has been the subject of this study.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/133888
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