Mexican Educational War Essay

2141 words - 9 pages

Realmente en nuestro país ya es alarmante que nuestras autoridades educativas no hagan nada eficiente al respecto, los modeladores de estrategias educativas pareciera que se están durmiendo en sus laureles, y claro el paquete de los fracasos educativos recae en los docentes, que bien son la carne de cañón de los modelos sexenales que tradicionalmente los gobiernos establecen.

Así bien por déficits de eficiencia y eficacia y desde luego las políticas gubernamentales hablando de “economía política social” claro esta, el problema social en que nos encontramos inmersos igualmente es alarmante, estas políticas que a mi parecer son bastante erróneas, por caer en viles partidocracias han ...view middle of the document...

…Las autoridades tienen mucho de culpa y quizá es una culpa compartida, ya que en esta labor de la educación yo también formo parte del equipo que imparte una educación escolarizada a la población.

Carencias, hay muchas. El rezago educativo ha crecido en la población, y el sector social se ve afectado en los niños y jóvenes, lo cual quiere decir que se debe replantear una estrategia con la ayuda de nuevas tecnologías y modelos más flexibles.

Por lo anterior tratare en el presente trabajo, expresar a manera de hipótesis lo que para mi serian los enfoques del problema, que a juicio personal se considera son factores sujetos de ser perfectibles y funcionales, con una finalidad de combatir el rezago educativo, enfocando el quehacer pedagógico al desarrollo de las competencia docentes, pretendiendo con esto focalizar al desarrollo de las habilidades que el alumno posee, que le permitirán superar sus hándicaps, aportando una mayor competitividad en su futuro desempeño escolar, favoreciendo y contribuyendo así, al logro o culminación de su educación primaria.

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Esta claro que nuestro país padece un rezago educativo de proporciones alarmantes ya que 33 millones de mexicanos se encuentran en el, y los factores que intervienen son en su generalidad factores sociales que en su contexto afectan directa o indirectamente a incrementar esta cifra, “queda claro que son necesidades sociales prioritarias”.

Si conocemos la raíz del problema y se encuentra en una política social (por las necesidades sociales) con severas deficiencias, podríamos establecer hipotéticamente hablando, que un cambio sustancial en las formas democráticas de la política social, vendrían a atacar el problema de raíz, teniendo con esto una estrategia definida y contundente para generar una población atendida realmente en sus necesidades educativas.

Parece fácil a simple vista, pero por desgracia no lo es tanto, hablar de políticas sociales eficientes es una utopia, los intereses por ostentar el poder político, por parte de los organismos políticos, juegan un papel nefasto, al hacer que grupos sociales se disgreguen y se agrupen bajo el cobijo de falsas expectativas de la repartición justa de las riquezas de nuestro país, esto solo viene a afectar a los grupos más vulnerables que claramente es la clase social baja.

Las necesidades sociales básicas para generar una convivencia e interacción con otros, de manera provechosa, constructiva y sana son: Comunicación, contar con elementos para atender a otros, saber enfrentar problemas y resolverlos individualmente y en equipo, desempeñarse adecuadamente en un ambiente democrático y por ultimo valorarse a si mismo. Esto se logra solamente potenciando en el individuo el desarrollo de sus competencias de: razonamiento, reflexión, aprendizaje, que le permitan relacionarse y convivir socialmente.

Claro esta que estas habilidades o competencias las provee o promueve un sistema educativo que atienda las necesidades...

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