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Title: Formacions i creences no transfòbiques del professorat per garantir la inclusió en les aules. Capacitació docent per guiar i acompanyar l’alumnat trans
Author: Guiu Escudero, Neus
Gallardo, Sandra  
Abstract: It is serious that transgender people continue to be at risk of vulnerability and social exclusion, despite the fact that since the democratic transition there have been great advances in the recognition of the LGTBIQ+ collective. This is because we live in a sexist society, where people who do not identify with the sex or gender, they culturally identify with, are discriminated against. This is the kind of transphobia they suffer in the classroom. However, analysing the relevant legislation, the reality does not correspond to the theory, that is to, the experiences of these people are not what is reflected in the legislation in the field of education: guaranteeing the inclusion of all students, regardless of their sexual or gender orientation or identity. In fact, the people responsible for achieving this are the teaching staff, who are at the forefront and who have to face the new challenges, in collaboration with the administrations. Thus, in this study, the aim was to identify the knowledge that teaching teams have to guarantee inclusion, through a sample of 57 teachers. To do this, a questionnaire was designed, divided into three dimensions: attitude, knowledge and inclusive practices. The results showed that teachers are not sufficiently prepared to guarantee this, detecting negative attitudes, even if they are minimal, a somewhat favourable knowledge and a lack of tools and resources to guide and accompany transgender pupils.
Keywords: gender studies
trans children
teacher training
educational system
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: Jul-2023
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