According to the Social Barometer Ipsos education, 8 out of every 10 spaniards believes that parents and mothers have lost the respect of teachers , while 87% he also thinks that students have lost respect to the authority figure of the teacher. In this study, conducted at the national level have participated over 1,000 spaniards aged between 18 and 65 years who have given their opinion on the respect and authority of teachers in the classroom, the preference for the public schools, semi-private and private, and the use of technological resources used by the teachers in schools for teaching and learning.
The 77% of spaniards believed that teachers have less resources today in order to impose discipline than before. The age has a direct relationship with the perception of this reality, being the older, more considered that there has been a decline in the imposition of discipline. In particular, 85% of 65 years or more, and 83% between 55-64 years are the most believe that is is producing this situation. With respect to the loss of respect for teachers by students, of new age keeps a strong relationship, 92% of spaniards aged 65 years or more are in agreement that students should have more respect for the professor, an opinion also shared by the 72% of spaniards between 18-24 years of age.how private Education or public?
This is a question that is posed by some Spanish families with school-age children. Economic issues, ideological and religious, training in other languages, the state of the facilities, extracurricular activities, the dining room or the school bus are some of the reasons that tip the balance of the education of the children.
For this new school year, only 3 of every 10 spaniards say they prefer a private college or concerted to one public and one for the schooling of their children. Probably one of the reasons leading to this preference is that a figure very similar (32%) believes that education, subsidised or private is better than public.
For ages, the spaniards older than 65 years are more are opting for private education or arranged in front of the public, in particular 37% of this age group.
The preferences as to the type of schooling tie in perfectly with the decisions of the Spanish families to choose the school for their children. In fact, of the 28.531 centers of teachings of general regime open during the school year, 2018-19, the 66,98% were public, and only 33,01% semi-private and private.the role of technology
The teaching methodologies have evolved substantially thanks to the use of technological resources. The teacher now uses educational tools digital such as interactive whiteboards, tablets and online platforms of communication and study in the classroom to adapt to the new changes. However. the implementation of these new methodologies generated a division of opinion in equal parts between the Spanish as 51% believed that they should curb the use of these educational resources in the classroom compared to 49% who see him positively.
By age group, in which there is greater rejection of their use is the period between 25 and 34 years, where more than 57% said they should be limited. 56% of spaniards between 35-44 years are also of the opinion similar while the very young are less likely to limit the use of resources for teaching and learning, in particular, 34% of spaniards between 18-24 years.
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