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  1. Da experiência numa escola nova à educação com crianças ‘anormais’: Faria de Vasconcelos (1880-1939) no contexto do ensino especial

    Martins, Ernesto
    Abordamos o escolanovista Faria de Vasconcelos, no âmbito da pedagogia moderna, da experiência na escola de Biérges (Bélgica) e da educação especial, com crianças anormais escolares. Com uma análise hermenêutica e histórico-descritiva, sobre o seu pensamento e ação pedagógica, pretendemos como objetivos: aprofundar a sua experiência em Biérges, integrada na Escola Nova, que envolvia os alunos para a inclusão, o poder de iniciativa, a observação, a experimentação e a cultura integral, ligando pensamento-ação; analisar os contributos dados à educação das crianças ‘anormais pedagógicas’ e às escolas, desde a reeducação mental e pedagógica. O marco teórico de análise assenta nas obras de...

  2. Conhecimento e consumo de alimentos promotores de saúde pelos alunos e encarregados de educação do 3.º ciclo do ensino básico

    Oliveira, Leandro; Sousa, Francisco
    VI FIPED Portugal – Fórum Internacional de Pedagogia. Universidade dos Açores, Angra do Heroísmo, 29 a 31 de março e 1 e 2 de abril de 2016.

  3. Designing Computer-Supported Complex Systems Curricula for the Next Generation Science Standards in High School Science Classrooms

    Yoon, Susan; Anderson, Emma; Koehler-Yom, Jessica; Scheintaub, Hal; Oztok, Murat; Evans, Chad; Goh, Sao-Ee; Klopfer, Eric; Sheldon, Joshua; Schoenfeld, Ilana; Wendel, Daniel J
    We present a curriculum and instruction framework for computer-supported teaching and learning about complex systems in high school science classrooms. This work responds to a need in K-12 science education research and practice for the articulation of design features for classroom instruction that can address the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) recently launched in the USA. We outline the features of the framework, including curricular relevance, cognitively rich pedagogies, computational tools for teaching and learning, and the development of content expertise, and provide examples of how the framework is translated into practice. We follow this up with evidence from a...

  4. Learning to Learn Online: fostering student engagement with online pedagogies

    Hughes, G

  5. Uma psicologia encarnada na busca de outros modos para pensar e fazer a formação inicial de professores: a autobiografia como projeto (auto)formativo.

    Peres, Lucia Maria Vaz
    O presente trabalho tem como objetivo socializar uma prática pedagógica como professora de Fundamentos da Educação, na área da psicologia, no bloco temático Práticas Educativas, no 1º semestre do Curso de Pedagogia da UFPEL (Universidade Federal de Pelotas/Brasil/RS). Ao longo do meu trabalho como professora formadora de futuros professores algumas perguntas vem me acompanhando: como tocá-los efetivamente? Como sensibilizá-los a tal ponto que possam reverter as “formas” instituidas de ser professor? Como fazer para que os conteúdos da psicologia sejam incorporados? Diante de tais indagações, propûs um trabalho metodológico (a partir da reforma curricular de 2000) no sentido de acordar as crianças que foram, para posteriormente, sensibilizarem-se com...

  6. School Mathematics and Discourses of Inequity

    Wright, P
    This article explores factors influencing the teaching approaches of mathematics teachers new to the profession. I argue that the most significant influence on teaching approaches in England is the dominant discourse of school mathematics, which is in turn affected by recent changes in educational policy and the associated increase in performativity in schools. This discourse fosters teaching pedagogies and practices which are contrary to those promoted by most teacher educators and serve to reproduce alienation and inequities within mathematics classrooms. I make use of a series of semi-structured interviews, carried out with colleagues in a school in which I was...

  7. The Voices of History : Reflections on contemporary school based oral history in England

    Chapman, A; Edwards, C
    This paper explores the transformative potential of school based oral history by examining claims that have been made for it and by examining three contemporary examples of the genre in English secondary schools reported in the journal Teaching History. The case studies show, it is argued, that school based oral history can be powerfully transformative in a number of senses. It is argued, however, that not all of the aims that school based oral history can serve are equally historical and that there may be risks, as well as opportunities, associated with oral history pedagogies. The paper concludes by arguing...

  8. Conclusion: Capabilities, social justice, and education

    Unterhalter, E; Walker, M
    © Melanie Walker and Elaine Unterhalter, 2007.The chapters in this collection have considered how the capability approach helps us to think about some key issues in education and schooling. While there are similarities with the perspective on education associated with the capability approach and other views of education linked to Aristotelian notions of human flourishing, what is new about the capability approach is that it combines a normative idea with consideration of how to link this with practice not just in education but in a wide range of political, economic, and social fields that bear on education. Thus, for example,...

  9. Pedagogia da comuniçao, cinema e ensino: dimensoes pedagógicas do cinema

    Reia-Baptista, Vítor
    A inclusão de estudos mediáticos nos di- ferentes níveis de ensino é uma medida ne- cessária para uma formação integral e ade- quada às características culturais do cidadão das sociedades modernas onde o fenómeno comunicativo global assume grande impor- tância social, cultural e pedagógica. Neste contexto, em que o cinema se inte- gra perfeitamente, o estudo da dimensão pe- dagógica dos fenómenos fílmicos e cinemá- ticos torna-se um acto de aquisição de conhe- cimentos e de reflexão crítica sobre uma fa- ceta preponderante da nossa história cultural recente, ou seja, destes últimos cem anos em que a humanidade tem deixado as...

  10. Mediating Science and Society in the EU and UK: From Information-Transmission to Deliberative Democracy?

    Tlili, A; Dawson, E
    In this paper we critically review recent developments in policies, practices and philosophies pertaining to the mediation between science and the public within the EU and the UK, focusing in particular on the current paradigm of Public Understanding of Science and Technology (PEST) which seeks to depart from the science information-transmission associated with previous paradigms, and enact a deliberative democracy model. We first outline the features of the current crisis in democracy and discuss deliberative democracy as a response to this crisis. We then map out and critically review the broad outlines of recent policy developments in public-science mediation in the EU and UK contexts, focusing on the shift...

  11. Pedagogia social e comunitária promotora do desenvolvimento (geracional) : um modelo de intervenção socioeducativo

    Martins, Ernesto
    Vivemos num cenário emergente de instabilidade social, económica e política, de globalização, de fragmentação, de exclusão, de desfiliação social e de processos de individualização caraterizadores da sociedade atual e que provocam reações em defesa das identidades. Há um regresso à comunidade ou ao comunitário. Mesmo com dificuldades terminológicas e concetuais a ação comunitária implica o ‘encontro’ e o desenvolvimento de processos transformadores das situações das pessoas ou coletivos. A temática abordada insere-se na área da pedagogia social e comunitária em que a intervenção socioeducativa e ação comunitária imergem no desenvolvimento de redes sociais (pedagogia de baixa densidade). Ao nível prático...

  12. Deslumbrando no contexto atual uma (nova) cidadania pela educação ativa, intercultural e valores cívicos

    Martins, Ernesto
    Assistimos a tempos complexos e de mudanças, com acontecimentos que afetam as virtudes e valores cívicos e sociais, apesar dos contributos das teorias éticas e políticas (comunitarismo, republicanismo), alternativas ao neoliberalismo dominante. O conceito de ‘crise (s) passou a ser habitual, numa variedade e contingência de acontecimentos, cada vez mais definidores do contexto social (económico, educativo, cultural, político). As alterações nas sociedades democráticas, nas condições dos cidadãos, a mobilidade, a multiculturalidade, a segurança cidadã, a intervenção de movimentos sociais, o poder do consumo, a globalização na sociedade digital, etc., tudo fez mudar hábitos, estruturas, formas de vida, que estão a...

  13. Literacia del cine y la literatura em el Nazarín de Buñuel (1958) y Galdós (1895)

    Fernández, Olivia
    Gracias a Nazarín (Luis Buñuel, 1958), adaptación de la novela homónima (1895) del escritor realista Benito Pérez Galdós, nos asomamos al complejo asunto de las relaciones entre el cine y la literatura. Desde una perspectiva actual, puede decirse que hubo un enfrentamiento histórico entre ambas artes, argumentado por la descripción teórica de los límites expresivos de cada una. En cierta medida, las razones de esta oposición se debieron a la consideración de la adaptación cinematográfica como reductora de la obra escrita. Superado el enfrentamiento, dichas preocupaciones teóricas originaron las de carácter pedagógico: ya de su literacia, ya por la pedagogía...

  14. Media education in portuguese curricula

    Tomé, Vítor
    Political, economic, social and cultural changes resulted from the revolution of April 25, 1974. #ey ended the dictatorship and established democracy in Portugal and paved the way for the de- velopment of Media Education (ME) in the country, continuing the Movement of the Modern School in Portugal, created in 1966, under the in%uence of the New-School Movement, which Montessori, Decroly and others were developing from the early twentieth century. #at movement promoted student-centred active pedagogies, such as the Freinet school press.

  15. Critical relationships between teachers and learners of school mathematics

    Wright, P
    This article draws on critical theories and perspec tives on mathematics education to explain the tendency of mathematics teaching worldwide to r emain focused on developing procedural understanding, despite repeated calls from the math ematics education community for a more relevant and engaging curriculum. It highlights how conventional approaches to teaching mathematics contribute towards alienating a high pr oportion of learners and reproducing inequities within society. The article reports on a participatory action research project, involving a group of mathematics teachers in second ary schools in England, who share a commitment towards teaching mathematics for social justice. It demonstrates how, by reflecting critically on their own epistemologies a nd classroom practice in relation to an underlying theoretical framework,...

  16. Challenges in creating online courses and establishing a measure of their efficacy with an example of MIT's course in Sustainable Energy

    Srivastava, Amrita, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Online education is changing traditional models of learning both in schools and the outside world. The developments of learning pedagogies and technology have also contributed to the adoption of online education. Some benefits of online education include the immense variety of content, lower costs, higher flexibility, increased interaction, and easy access. This is substantiated by the steady rise in student enrollment and the use of either Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) or Blended Courses in institutions. However there is a growing sense of skepticism for MOOCs owing to low retention, and less control over the learning process and educators prefer...

  17. Evaluating Pop Culture Museum Engagements: Pedagogies of, about, and with Harry Potter

    Lui, Debora

  18. Uncovering beauty in a narrative of tragedy: Native students' counter narratives to deficit discourse

    Nolan, Jennifer Amy
    The purpose of this research was to understand how a group of Native students attending South Dakota State University (SDSU) understand their educational experiences in the context of the multiple cultures they must negotiate in education institutions that have been historically structured to privilege the dominant, White culture and deculturalize the Other. This research required that I critically analyze my role in American Indian higher education from my position as a mixed-race university administrator and teacher. A deeper understanding of Native students’ educational, community, cultural experiences, and histories, might impel higher education institutions to critically reflect on the historic role...

  19. Living Proof: Transnational Black Youth Theorizing Racism, Justice, and Education

    McLoyd, Chike
    Based on eighteen months of ethnographic research in a high school E.L.L. classroom, this study contributes to the fields of new literacies studies and critical pedagogy by showing how transnational Black youth theorize and negotiate intersections of racism, justice, and education. Drawing on a multidimensional approach for understanding how racism is reproduced and resisted across various domains of power (Collins, 2009), I show on how two young men from Haiti theorize the U.N. and INGO occupation of post-earthquake Haiti; a disjuncture between how Africa and Haiti are (mis)known in the U.S. and students' lived realities in their respective countries of...

  20. Educating Students About the Social Constructs of Sex Work: Integrating a Course Focused on Prostitution into the Social Work Curriculum

    Francis, Halcyon
    This dissertation explores the reasons for the inclusion of a course focused on sex work, particularly prostitution, in the social work curriculum of graduate schools of social work. An anonymous survey was distributed to field placement directors at CSWE accredited graduate social work programs. The survey asked questions about the placement of students at organizations that provide services to sex workers and the existence of courses in the curriculum that focus on sex work and sex workers. The survey confirmed the hypothesis of this exploratory dissertation that while social work interns are being placed in organizations where they are encountering...

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