Training Needs Detected by Educators in Matters of Minors and Domestic Violence and Future Proposals
This study aims to delve into the training implications of education professionals who care for minors in situations of gender violence. There are a total of 16 participants from different fields of education. The training experience of each person is valued individually to identify detected needs of the training completed and proposals for future professionals. A feminist phenomenological approach focused on grounded theory is followed, supported by specialized software, Atlas ti 22. The results show training needs in terms of incorporating a feminist approach, specificity in intervention with minors in situations of gender violence and real practices. The training they have is also observed, either from teachers who incorporated this perspective or from their own motivation to learn in this aspect. Therefore, the proposals that they indicate are oriented to the introduction of updated content in gender, to have resources and specialized support, practices and multidisciplinary intervention.
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