Polytechnic University of Valencia Congress, Third International Conference on Higher Education Advances

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Graduate programs in education, exploring its meaning and significance of training
María del Rosario Landín Miranda, Diana Ramírez Hernández, Félix Eduardo Núñez Olvera

Last modified: 08-06-2017

Abstract


In this research, we present an analysis carried out in the city of Poza Rica, state of Veracruz, Mexico on the meaning and significance of education that students attribute to the master programs related to education. We base this work from the Theory of Social Representations of Serge Moscovici (1961) and the Method of Symbolic Interactionism of Herbert Blumer (1969), this research is consistent with the educational policies in the training of professionals, due that from an inductive study with a cualitative perspective, we can do an analysis with more relevance on the impact that the offer of postgraduate has on the training of current professionals. Two study contexts were taken: masters in education offered in the public sector and masters in education offered in the private sector. As well, the agencies that shape the policies for the evaluation of postgraduate programs in Mexico, particularly with emphasis on the CONACYT framework.


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