‘No es mi competencia intercultural, soy yo.’ La identidad intercultural del profesorado de lenguas extranjeras en formación

María Fernández-Agüero, Marta Garrote

Resumen

Este artículo indaga en la identidad intercultural del profesorado de lenguas extranjeras en formación para averiguar si es consciente de su postura intercultural y de la de otros, y si presenta una imagen profesional emergente reconocible en relación con la interculturalidad. El objetivo final de este estudio es identificar rasgos comunes en los que podría centrarse la formación del profesorado. Los resultados demuestran que este futuro profesorado muestra una identidad intercultural incipiente caracterizada por su tendencia a evitar la intervención y por una cierta falta de conocimiento intercultural, aunque está notablemente preocupado por su imagen profesional y su responsabilidad en contextos laborales.

Palabras clave

identidad intercultural; competencia intercultural; conciencia intercultural; formación del profesorado; formación inicial

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