Factores que dificultam a transição dos alunos do segundo ciclo do ensino secundário para o ensino superior

Maria Augusta Cesar Nobre Gomes, María Natalia Campos Soto, Juan Antonio López Núñez

Resumen


A transição dos alunos para outro ciclo do ensino é sempre uma situação que importa abordar.

É a partir do inicio do 2º ciclo que o aluno apresenta maior diversidade no seu grupo de amigos, ajudando-o a desenvolver competências sociais e testar diferentes valores, contribuindo para o seu autoconceito.

O objectivo do presente artigo é a análise dos principais factores que dificultam a transmissão dos alunos do 2º ciclo de ensino secundário geral para o ensino superior, tendo como base de estudo os alunos em Angola.

Os resultados demonstraram que existe um conjunto de factores que influenciam e afectam a transição dos alunos para o ensino superior, tais como a gestão do tempo, a relação com os professores e o ambiente diferente.


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competências sociais; transição dos alunos; ensino secundário; ensino superior

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24310/innoeduca.2019.v5i1.4937

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