Ontological Approach in the Training Process of Education Professionals

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Yvonne De Fátima Sebastiani Elías, Sandra Ydelsa Wyszkowski Elías, Beder Bocanegra Vilcamango, Juan Diego Dávila Cisneros, Doris Nancy Díaz Vallejos, Joel Alberto Ascencio Gonzales, María Del Pilar Fernández Celis


The formative processes for teaching within university practices have many possibilities to face the demand in each geographical area, according to the needs of society, so the university role should focus its efforts on the incorporation of significant ideas to characterize humanity as an unavoidable element within professional training; in this sense, the study seeks to place the ontological approach as a strong idea in the university training of students of regular basic education, in order to provide professionals with humanistic training. The study comprises a sample of 120 students of the IV, VI and VIII cycles of the Specialty of Primary Education, of the Faculty of Historical Social Sciences and Education of the National University Pedro Ruiz Gallo (Lambayeque-Peru). Of the selected sample, 80% were women and 20% were men. The analysis of the data collection corresponds to the qualitative approach, assuming that it is a descriptive research. It should be pointed out that the findings are relevant because they have allowed to understand, critically, the ontological approach in its four dimensions oriented to the humanistic training of the education student to work as regular basic education teachers.

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