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Author: Martínez Barea, María Araceli
Sánchez García, Marina
Director: Piedra de la Cuadra, Joaquín
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Educación Física y Deporte
Date: 2018
Document type: Final Degree Work
Academic Title: Universidad de Sevilla. Grado de Educación Primaria
Abstract: Con este trabajo de fin de grado pretendemos analizar los juegos más populares en los niños y en las niñas a la hora de jugar con sus amigos y amigas. De este modo podemos identificar los estereotipos que hoy día siguen existiendo en el ámbito educa...
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With this end of degree project we intend to analyze the most popular games for children when it comes to playing with their friends. This was we can identify the stereotypes that still exist today in the educational field because of a patriarchal society. Therefore, we have a need to implant a coeducational system in the classrooms, removing said stereotypes and inducing equality between sexes. Starting with the above, this project is a proposal for a coeducational intervention in year 5, which will be carried out in two public schools in the province of Seville, using the technique of an open questionnaire before and after making the suggestion to observe the reality of such action. To conclude, despite obtaining a positive evolution by the students in the results, it is fundamental to continue introducing coeducation in the schools, since it is a goal that requires time and must begin with the teachers, who should remain in continuous training in this subject.
Cite: Martínez Barea, M.A. y Sánchez García, M. (2018). El juego como recurso para desarrollar el aprendizaje coeducativo. (Trabajo Fin de Grado Inédito). Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla.
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