Crista Weise

Crista Weise
Autonomous University of Barcelona | UAB ·  Departamento de Psicología Básica, Evolutiva y de la Educación

PhD Educational Psychology

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Introduction
Crista Weise currently works at the Department of Basic, Developmental and Education Psychology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Crista does research in Teacher Education, Teaching Methods and learning and culture. Her current projects are 'The construction of teachers Identity based on Critical Incidents', Identity of PhD researchers working out of the academia, Cultural identity and learning.

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Based on the dialogical-self theory the study aims to determine how a course based on identity de-velopment might contribute to changes in the I-positions of the participants. The study explores what changes did occur and also determine which devices contributed the most to the I-position’s devel-opment of the students as researchers. The investiga...
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The 21st century and its many challenges (invasion of digital technology, climate change, health crises, political crises, etc.) alert us that we need new educational responses, led by new education professionals. Research has shown that for these professionals to change in a substantial and profound way, they must change their identity, that is, t...
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Dialogicality has given rise to fruitful debates and they are fully present in this book: Education, training, communication, and therapy. It is expressed in two forms: “for dialogue”, in the sense of teaching how to dialogue more and better, but also "as dialogue", the very basis that gives meaning to these processes. In short, critical reflection...
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Previous studies have demonstrated that nurses’ transition to academia is complex and influences the construction of their professional identity. The aim of this study was to analyze the construction of academic nurses’ identities within the framework of dialogical self theory, especially the internal positions they deployed and the main contradict...
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The development of intercultural curriculum in contexts with Indigenous populations has usually been approached from the perspective of the hegemonic culture, which has strengthened its assimilatory and acculturative character, subalternating Indigenous knowledge. Following a community-based participatory action research, this study aims to contrib...
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En la presente investigación descriptiva con diseño de campo no experimental y documental se analiza la gestión y liderazgo del docente en al proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje en el aula. El estudio se realiza en el primer año de bachillerato del colegio particular “Sergio Núñez Santamaría” (Guayaquil, Ecuador). Para la recolección de los datos se a...
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Purpose Teamwork has long featured in social science research. Further, with research increasingly “cross-national,” communication becomes more complex, for instance, involving different cultures, languages and modes of communication. Yet, studies examining team communicative processes that can facilitate or constrain collaboration are rare. As a c...
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At present, higher education plays a crucial role in the transformation, construction, and development of societies. Spending time on exploring the identity configuration of teachers could generate instruction and guidance processes that should take into account their cognitive representations, discourses, and actions within their teaching practice...
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Early career researchers’ journey (i.e. doctoral researchers and post-PhDs) is increasingly challenging, but little is known about how they live and interpret their significant experiences, that is how they attribute meaning to these experiences and their associated feelings. Moreover, research about how doctoral researchers and post-PhDs deal diff...
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This study focuses on furthering the understanding of doctoral researcher development, through the examination of significant events and application of the trajectories analysis framework. Conducting doctoral studies requires a high level of cognitive, personal and emotional competency. Students experience positive and negative emotions that affect...
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This article aims to identify and characterise the critical incidents (CI) that occur most commonly at university level in highly diverse sociocultural contexts. Intercultural relations, in an interpersonal level, will be analysed within the framework of hegemony and resistance between Western culture, which is inherent to university settings, and...
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Educational Psychology makes a significant contribution to the development of skills to research the effectivity of teacher practices in class. However, there is little agreement on what educational psychology concepts are most relevant for teacher training. This paper reports on trainee teachers’ self-perceived mastery of, and attributed importanc...
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Las mujeres indígenas son objeto de discriminación múltiple e intersectorial. Gracias a su lucha por mejorar las condiciones de la comunidad, han logrado incrementar su participación política y asumir posiciones de liderazgo, convirtiéndose en un importante tema de estudio de las ciencias sociales. Este trabajo reflexiona sobre los elementos que c...
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This study identifies the strategies that teachers employ when faced with critical incidents (CI) in highly diverse sociocultural contexts, recognizing the weight of identity and emotions in decision-making and their effectiveness to promote changes in teaching practice. It is a qualitative study with 23 university teachers. The results indicate th...
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Este estudio identifica las estrategias de los profesores cuando se enfrentan a incidentes críticos (IC) en contextos de alta diversidad sociocultural, reconociendo el peso de la identidad y de las emociones en la toma de decisiones, así como la efectividad de las mismas para promover cambios en las prácticas docentes. En el estudio de naturaleza c...
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The main objective of this research consists in analysing the impact on a set of dimensions of university teacher's identity of a training course based on dramatized critical incidents (CI). Additionally, we want to demonstrate the transference and persistence of the promoted changes. The research was carried out at a public university of Barcelona...
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The purpose of this paper is two-fold: on the one hand, our aim is to expand the conceptual frame on which the notion of strategic lecturer is based in order to make it more explicative and to help understand teachers' difficulties when they must face conflictive and unsettling situations at different levels (conceptual, strategic and emotional). I...
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Este capítulo estudia en forma comparativa los sistemas de ES de Perú, Bolivia y Ecuador, que se caracterizan por un alto por ciento de población indígena y por su diversidad cultural y lingüística. Sus sistemas se han desarrollado de manera diversa.This chapter discusses, from a comparative perspective the higher education systems of Peru, Bolivia...
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Informe nacional sobre la situación de las poblaciones indígenas en la educación superior, las ofertas de educación superior y el estado de las políticas de integración de dichas poblaciones.
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Introducción L a década de los '90 representa para los países latinoamericanos el inicio de una serie de reformas políticas y económicas que afectan la esencia de la organización del Estado (Mollis;1998). En el marco de estas reformas el Sistema de Educación Superior es impactado, alterando las relaciones unive r s i-dad-Estado. Así, ambos se ven c...
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Introducción La construcción de Políticas Públicas en cualquier sector de la estructura social de un Estado, se explica desde el proceso histórico y desde el modelo económico y político predominante en cada período del Estado Nación. De este modo, la Educación Superior, y en específico la institución universitaria refleja de forma muy nítida las di...
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This study on Higher Education in Bolivia is part of the National Higher Education Studies that IESALC carried out in 2003/2004 to give an account of the characteristics and challenges affecting Higher Education in the region as a basis for higher education policy design. The study aims to offer research-based information on the main characteristi...

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1. Identificar indicadores y procesos del impacto de la pandemia en la comunidad educativa (alumnado, profesorado, familias) de centros con población socialmente vulnerable (que, dada la composición de estos centros es principalmente alumnado gitano y de procedencia nmigrante) atendiendo a factores socioculturales y de género. 2. Catalogar la diversidad de estrategias y de prácticas educativas que los centros educativos llevaron a cabo durante el período de pandemia y en el posterior con este alumnado, identificando obstáculos y facilitadores de los procesos de cambio educativo, especialmente aquellos que afectan a la atención a la diversidad y la inclusión educativa. 3. Detectar si las estrategias educativas que se ponen en marcha en estos contextos identifican desigualdades de género e incorporan actuaciones de equidad para paliarlas, catalogando la forma en la que se responde a vulnerabilidades específicas desde un análisis de género e interseccional. 4. Identificar los cambios en las relaciones entre las familias socialmente vulnerables y la escuela a raíz de la pandemia, así como el impacto en las representaciones que estas familias tienen de las trayectorias educativas de los hijos e hijas. 5. Identificar el rol de las interacciones entre escuelas y su entorno comunitario, especialmente con las entidades educativas de ocio y tiempo libre, en el enfrentamiento de los efectos de la pandemia. 6. Identificar cambios en el uso de recursos tecnológicos en la práctica educativa y en la comunicación entre alumnado, familia y escuela a raíz de la pandemia. 7. Identificar cambios consolidados en las formas de organización del profesorado. 8. Diseñar estrategias de intervención que promuevan la inclusión y la equidad, basadas en las prácticas identificadas durante la crisis y que puedan aplicarse de manera inmediata en las escuelas, así como en la formación de profesionales de la educación. 9. Elaborar protocolos y materiales para trabajar para la inclusión y la equidad, derivados de las estrategias desarrolladas durante la crisis, considerando todos los contextos y escenarios educativos posibles (presencialidad, formación telemática, educación en el ocio). 10. Difusión de las buenas prácticas en centros educativos, así como en instituciones públicas relacionadas con la educación. 11. Difusión de los resultados obtenidos en la investigación sobre los efectos de la pandemia y las estrategias resilientes empleadas en congresos y publicaciones de impacto. 1.7 Metodología y Plan de trabajo. El foco
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This is a cross-national research project (Spain, UK, Finland and Switzerland) aimed at examining the identity development of PhD students and post-PhD university researchers (http://www.fins-ridss.com/home). We applied a mixed-method approach to enhance, illustrate and clarify individuals’ perceptions through a set of different complementary studies implying different phases. 1rst Phase The first of these studies has implied the development of a cross-cultural, multilingual survey in which open-ended and Likert-items were combined, to analyse researchers’ conceptions, agency, research engagement, researcher and supervisory support and significant positive and negative experiences. Results lead us to establish different profiles of researchers based on their research and writing conceptions, the support they received and the challenges or incidents they experienced through this journey. 2nd Phase In the second study multimodal interviews has been conducted with a subset of survey respondents to explore their experiences in greater depth. Interviews have been complemented with Journey Plots to collect longitudinal experiences and Network Plots to explore researchers’ active engagement in their communities. Current analysis of data from 70 cross-country interviews led us to rethink how we frame researcher experience of community interaction, research writing and publication and engagement and abandonment intentions. 3rd Phase The third study includes the design and piloting of a educational proposal aimed at facilitating junior researchers deal with identified negative experiences and critical incidents in an adjusted and efficient manner. Different educational videos and training modules have been already developed (www.fins-ridds) 4rd Phase The fourth phase is devoted to the design, launch and managing of a digital space including an instructional block and interactive resources for planning, executing and communicating written projects. It also includes an interactive space where researchers and supervisors can manage their experiences and create networks to effectively support their researcher development.