This work aims to identify, describe and interpret the ways in which students in teacher training courses build pedagogical knowledge. Research is focused in the teaching practice period in initial teacher training. This research was approached with qualitative methodology using data collection instruments, semi-structured interviews applied to practitioners and teachers of the selected sample. In addition to the above techniques, narrative documents such as diaries and stories or pedagogical texts, biographies, lesson plans and self-evaluations co-developed by practitioners were collected and analyzed. Different classes of emerging pedagogical knowledge are drawn and some implications for teacher’s education arise. The different ways to express the building of pedagogical knowledge during the initial training are analyzed. Theoretical knowledge is distinguished from the knowledge that teachers develop in action in the practice context. The, we ask ourselves about the possible intersections between the two types of knowledge in shaping everyday practices.
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