Following a descriptive approach this study presents the main points of view and orientations in teachers, and tries to identify the different pedagogical management styles which emerge from them. This study considers the advances in neuroscience - related to brain mechanisms - which underlie all human action, such as understanding, imagination, learning and others. Even though it is a small sample, results show that teachers have several orientations of thought, where procedures associated with the left hemisphere are dominant; in particular, those oriented to the achievement of goals or pragmatics. Likewise, the data analysis also allows us to observe, on the one hand, the existence of a dynamics of changes in the hegemony of the paradigms and models of thought used in the past, and, on the other hand, the appearance of new orientations towards the educational activity, more accurate to the demands of the knowledge society and the need to be versatile and integral individuals.
Urra, M. B. (2013). Estilos de gestión pedagógica presentes en profesores de escuelas de la región metropolitana. Estudios Pedagogicos, 39(2), 7–24. https://doi.org/10.4067/s0718-07052013000200001