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ENSEÑANZA CENTRADA EN EL ALUMNADO

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La pedagogía centrada en el alumnado es una perspectiva en la que se fundamente una parte imprescindible del cambio que se está produciendo en la educación del comienzo de Siglo XXI, pero su desarrollo no se hace de manera espontánea, sino que exige de

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