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Álvaro Balaguer
Universidad de Navarra
España
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8727-4690
Mónica Sepúlveda
Universidad de Navarra
España
Concepción Naval
Universidad de Navarra
España
Juan Pablo Dabdoub
Universidad de Navarra
España
Núm. 8 (2021), Artículos, Páginas 115-135
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/IJNE.8.2021.13664
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Este artículo analiza el componente CAS (Creatividad, Actividad y Servicio) del Bachillerato Internacional, y su relación con la Educación del Carácter. El CAS promueve fortalezas del carácter planteadas en distintos programas de Educación del Carácter. No obstante, en la bibliografía existente no se han identificado de manera explícita estas relaciones entre CAS y carácter. Con el objetivo de hallar los tipos de Educación del Carácter que se trabajan en el CAS, este trabajo presenta una revisión sistemática de la literatura (SLR) siguiendo el método PRISMA. Se encontraron 99 trabajos, de los cuales finalmente se incluyeron 17 en el análisis, tras aplicar los criterios de inclusión y exclusión. Distintas tipologías de Educación del Carácter aparecen reflejadas en todos ellos.  La Educación del Carácter se encuentra inmersa en el programa CAS de diversos modos, tales como Educación en habilidades para la vida, Aprendizaje-servicio o Educación moral, entre otros. Por tanto, existe una dificultad en la literatura para definir carácter y Educación del Carácter, dado que es un concepto elástico y controvertido o, como algunos autores apuntan, un concepto paraguas.

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