|dc.description.abstract||This article stresses the need of moving teaching strategies from curricular contents to one more learning-based approach. One of the main challenges teachers have to assume in the current conditions of schooling is just to become supporters of the student's processes of learning.
Starting from the meaning of the learning-based teaching as a general referent for didactics, nine factors influencing the learning processes are analysed: personal abilities, practice, task perception of learners, expectations, attribution, attention, context conditions, choral learning and feed-back. The first belong to the cognitive level and the last three to the social context of learning processes. All of them offer important knowledge for teachers to be the central resource for improving learning.||es_ES