Future Pathways in Implementing the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Model in Spain and Portugal (Rutas futuras en la Implementación del modelo de enseñanza de la responsabilidad personal y social en España y Portugal)

  • Fernando Santos Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo and Porto, School of Higher Education, Portugal
  • Rui Neves Department of Education and Psychology, University of Aveiro
  • Melissa Parker Department of Physical Education, University of Limerick

Resumen

Abstract. Throughout the last two decades, researchers in Spain and Portugal have utilised the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility (TPSR) to generate responsibility outcomes in Physical Education (PE) and further understand TPSR application. In order to move the field forward in these contexts, projections as to future of TPSR and guidelines for researchers are needed. The purpose of this article is to provide insights for expanding our knowledge of TPSR in Spain and Portugal. Although research on TPSR has provided useful insights on the processes and outcomes associated with TPSR-based programming, research exploring life skills transfer processes is needed. Further, an understanding of the broader socio-cultural forces that exist in schools and their influence on TPSR could provide valuable insight. Finally, few investigations have included young children. Moving forward, these insights may help expand future research by fostering reflection about TPSR in Spain and Portugal.

 

Resumen. A lo largo de las dos últimas décadas, los investigadores en España y Portugal han utilizado el Responsabilidad personal y social en la enseñanza (TPSR) para generar resultados de responsabilidad en educación física (PE) y comprender mejor la aplicación del TPSR. Para avanzar el campo en estos contextos, se necesitan proyecciones sobre el futuro del TPSR y las pautas para los investigadores. El propósito de este artículo es proporcionar información para ampliar nuestro conocimiento del TPSR en España y Portugal. Aunque la investigación sobre el TPSR ha proporcionado información útil sobre los procesos y resultados asociados con las intervenciones basadas en TPSR, es necesaria investigación que explore los procesos de transferencia de habilidades para la vida. Además, una comprensión de las fuerzas socioculturales más amplias que existen en las escuelas y su influencia en la programación de TPSR podría proporcionar información valiosa. Finalmente, pocas investigaciones han incluido niños pequeños. En el futuro, estas ideas pueden ayudar a expandir la investigación al fomentar una reflexión sobre TPSR en España y Portugal.

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2019-11-20
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Santos, F., Neves, R., & Parker, M. (2019). Future Pathways in Implementing the Teaching Personal and Social Responsibility Model in Spain and Portugal (Rutas futuras en la Implementación del modelo de enseñanza de la responsabilidad personal y social en España y Portugal). Retos, 38(38), 802-810. https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v38i38.72696
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