Teachers’ Beliefs: What you do in classroom is the result of what you think

Jorge Rodríguez-Sosa, Carmen Solis-Manrique

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Abstract

Beliefs are poorly developed and subjective knowledge components based
more on feelings and experiences than on rationality, which makes them
very consistent and lasting (Linares, 1991, cited by Serrano, 2010). They are
regarded as “personal truths” derived from perceptions of experiences, even
when they are very biased, incorporating a strong affective and evaluative
component (Solís, 2015). In general, beliefs are reflected in opinions,
attitudes or actions that influence the decision-making processes (Pajares,
1992).
Translated title of the contributionTeachers’ Beliefs: What you do in classroom is the result of what you think
Original languageSpanish
JournalPropósitos y Representaciones
Volume5
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 2017

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