El programa EQUIPAR para Educadores: sus efectos en el pensamiento y la conducta social

  • Kevin van der Meulen
  • Laura Granizo
  • Cristina del Barrio
  • María José de Dios
Palabras clave: Intervención escolar, Acoso escolar, Clima escolar, Distorsiones cognitivas

Resumen

Objetivo. EQUIPAR para Educadores (EpE; DiBiase et al., 2010) es un programa educativo cuyo objetivo
es equipar a los jóvenes con habilidades y conocimientos para su vida diaria, a fin de prevenir conductas
antisociales. El presente estudio se propone analizar los efectos de la aplicación del programa en las
distorsiones cognitivas, el clima de aula y las actuaciones del alumnado en situaciones de acoso escolar.
Método. Participaron 123 estudiantes de 3º y 4º de ESO. Se utilizó un diseño cuasi-experimental pretest/postest con un grupo control (128 estudiantes). Resultados. Se observaron cambios positivos en las actuaciones ante el acoso escolar, pero las distorsiones cognitivas y el clima de aula percibido no mostraron cambios después de la aplicación del programa. Conclusión. Una percepción muy positiva del clima de aula y el bajo nivel de distorsiones cognitivas antes de la intervención podrían explicar la falta de efectos, junto a aspectos relacionados con la implantación del programa EpE.

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Publicado
2019-11-09
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van der Meulen, K., Granizo, L., del Barrio, C., & de Dios, M. (2019). El programa EQUIPAR para Educadores: sus efectos en el pensamiento y la conducta social. Pensamiento Psicológico, 17(2), 89-105. https://doi.org/10.11144/doi:10.11144/Javerianacali.PPSI17-2.peee
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