Formación de Familiares y Voluntariado. Los Beneficios de la Solidaridad en la Escuela

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El artículo tiene por objetivo analizar los beneficios de la solidaridad promovida por el voluntariado en la formación de familiares en diversas escuelas, de educación infantil y primaria en España, que son Comunidades de Aprendizaje.  Los resultados que se presentan son parte del estudio más amplio, ‘La mejora del sistema educativo a través de la formación de familiares de grupos vulnerables’ (2014-2017). Se ha llevado a cabo trabajo de campo cualitativo en 8 escuelas con familias, alumnado, profesorado y voluntariado, de cinco comunidades autónomas. Entre los principales resultados se constata que el voluntariado contribuye a fortalecer las dinámicas solidarias en estas escuelas y a mejorar el clima escolar. La inclusión de voluntariado, especialmente en escuelas de entornos desfavorecidos, está promoviendo formación de familiares que está contribuyendo a la mejora del aprendizaje y la motivación no solo de los y las familiares sino también de los niños y niñas. Estos resultados ofrecen más evidencias a las ya existentes sobre factores que contribuyen a la superación del determinismo educativo que establece que el logro académico está determinado por el nivel socioeconómico y educativo de las familias.

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Carme Garcia Yeste, Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Departamento de Pedagogía. Facultat de Ciències de l'Educació i Psicologia.

Laura Ruíz Eugenio, Universitat de Barcelona

Investigadora Ramón y Cajal. Departamento de Teoría e Historia de la Educación

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2019-06-16

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Garcia Yeste, C., Ruíz Eugenio, L., & Comas, M. Àngel. (2019). Formación de Familiares y Voluntariado. Los Beneficios de la Solidaridad en la Escuela. Multidisciplinary Journal of Educational Research, 9(2), 144–168. https://doi.org/10.17583/remie.2019.4188

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