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2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (21) ◽  
pp. 05-32
Letícia dos Santos Ferreira ◽  
Mariana Vieira de Brito

O presente artigo parte da sistematização das práticas pedagógicas interdisciplinares (Geografia e História) realizadas ao longo do ano de 2019 no Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca (CEFET), Unidade Maria da Graça (Rio de Janeiro), para dialogar e debater as questões raciais e o ensino decolonial. Nesse intuito, foram realizadas três saídas de campo: primeiramente para o Museu Nacional de Bela Artes, em seguida ao sítio inscrito pela UNESCO como Patrimônio Mundial, conhecido como Pequena África e por fim a região da Praça XV de Novembro. A atividade trouxe novos olhares a respeito da paisagem da cidade do Rio de Janeiro e levou os discentes a refletirem sobre mudanças e permanências no uso do espaço urbano. Essas mediações ganharam corpo através de uma série de publicações realizadas pelos alunos nas redes sociais.  Palavras-chave Praça VX, Interdisciplinaridade, Educação étnico-racial, Paisagem carioca.   DECOLONIAL EDUCATION: the landscape and the black History in the narratives of downtown Rio de Janeiro Abstract This article starts from the systematization of interdisciplinary pedagogical practices (Geography and History) carried out throughout 2019 at the Federal Center for Technological Education Celso Suckow da Fonseca (CEFET), Maria da Graça Unit, to dialogue and debate on racial issues and the decolonial teaching. With this in mind, three field trips were made: first to the National Museum of Fine Arts, then to the UNESCO World Heritage site known as Little Africa and finally to the Praça XV de Novembro region. The activity brought new perspectives on the landscape of the city of Rio de Janeiro and led students to reflect on changes and permanencies in the use of urban space. These mediations were embodied through a series of publications made by students on social networks. Keywords Praça VX, Interdisciplinarity, Racial ethnic education, Rio landscap.

2021 ◽  
Vol 54 (6) ◽  
pp. 576-591
Yulia Yu. Bocharova ◽  
Anna V. Bagachuk ◽  
Polina A. Sergeeva ◽  

Introduction. Achieving the strategic goals of scientific-technological development, corresponding to the modern technological mode, is impossible without increasing the competitiveness of the education system, which is ensured by new continuous professional education models for school teachers of an engineering-technological profile, among which urban educational formats are increasingly used, as well as communities of experts, formed around groups of masters and relying on co-creation, transfer of experience and technology. The research purpose is to assess the potential of urban professional communities and the conditions for the formation of an informal pedagogical education ecosystem in the field of engineering-technological education of schoolchildren. Materials and methods. To study the structure of professional contacts of the urban network of teachers engaged in engineering-technological education of schoolchildren, the sample was constructed using the "snowball" method. The content analysis of a semi-structured interview was used to identify professional roles and professional contacts, to assess the density of networks using the method of network analysis of an educational organization according to K. Ushakov. Results. On the basis of a semi-structured interview with working teachers engaged in engineering-technology education, the links between the accepted roles (teacher, mentor, expert) and the network density were revealed, a great potential for the network development was revealed (84% of new links can still be formed, 53% of participants are ready to master new roles). The leading roles of leaders, “network nodes”, are “an expert” and “a mentor”. The authors highlight the characteristics of urban forms of interaction between teachers that enhance the social capital of a territory: co-existence format, heterogeneity of participants, reliance on experience and taking into account the ambitions to accept roles, distributed leadership, support of professional reflection, joint design of events. Practical significance. The presented method for assessing the social capital of a territory on the example of an informal education network of teachers engaged in engineering-technological education can be used in the management of local educational ecosystems.

2021 ◽  
Vol 9 (12) ◽  
pp. 2060-2080
Luiz Marcelo de Lara ◽  
Celso Bilynkievycz dos Santos ◽  
Bruno Pedroso ◽  
Camila Lopes Ferreira ◽  
Luiz Alberto Pilatti

Based primarily on an analysis of laws and legal frameworks, this qualitative exploratory study aims to examine the development, context, construction, as well as deconstruction, of the technological university model in Brazil. The Federal University of Technology – Paraná (UTFPR) is the only technological university in the country. The analysis presented herein demonstrates that its development is the outcome of movements and efforts within its predecessor, the Federal Center of Technological Education of Paraná (CEFET-PR), to respond to the deconstruction of the technical education model, on which the Institution was based, during the Fernando Henrique Cardoso government. The concept of a technological university has not been replicated in any government since the transformation of CEFET-PR to UTFPR, not even during the Workers’ Party (PT) government, which introduced the model. We conclude that, despite efforts from within, the legal apparatus and the pursuit of certain characteristics and goals, such as obtaining world class status, are aligning UTFPR increasingly toward the profile of traditional universities.

2021 ◽  
pp. 160-167

The article presents generalizations, in line with world and domestic educational processes, ideas and forms of development of scientific and pedagogical school “Aesthetic culture in the preparation of future educators” by Professor V. Tytarenko. The method of historical-retrospective analysis revealed the progressive achievements of the scientific school as a research center and a collective form of scientific creativity in the field of technological education on theoretical and methodological aspects of technological education of students by means of aesthetic culture and design. The study of the laws of formation of aesthetic culture of pupils and students by means of Ukrainian folk crafts began with the search and study of samples of Ukrainian folk embroidery, description of its techniques, distribution in different areas of certain ornaments, colors, traditions. The result of this work were her books “Ukrainian towel as a means of national education and a work of folk decorative and applied arts”, “Poltava traditional embroidery: past and present”. V. Tytarenko is one of the first initiators of conducting comprehensive research and experiments in Ukraine in the field of decorative and applied art, as well as the methodology of scientific and pedagogical research in this field of knowledge. The scientific interests of Valentyna Tytarenko’s scientific school are focused on the study of the laws of formation of the aesthetic culture of pupils and students by means of Ukrainian folk crafts. The creative team of like-minded people has successfully carried out research in recent years, funded by the state budget on “Theory and methods of forming the aesthetic culture of future technology teachers in the process of personality-oriented training”, and today completes research on “Theoretical -methodical aspects of technological education of pupils and students by means of culture and design”. Continuation of basic and applied research on this topic is implemented in the Poltava regional special research group of teachers of labor training and technology “Design as a method of cognition in the educational field of technology”, which works under the leadership of Professor V. Tytarenko. The formulated results of its activity on theoretical and methodological aspects of technological education of pupils and students by means of aesthetic culture and design which we can observe as a result of opening of ways of use of the maintenance and a technique of preparation of future teachers of labor training and student’s youth for training of the Ukrainian national crafts confirm their full conformity. data presented in the materials of dissertation research of representatives of the scientific school.

2021 ◽  
Vol 20 ◽  
pp. e3221
Vitor Hideo Nasu ◽  
Breno Gabriel da Silva ◽  
Yana Miranda Borges ◽  
Brian Alvarez Ribeiro de Melo

The aim of this study was to analyze the association between institutional variables and the performance of Accounting and Administration students. The microdata of Enade 2018 were used, obtaining 152,491 valid observations. Performance was measured in three ways: final performance, performance in the general training test and performance in the specific component test. In addition, the following institutional variables were considered: academic organization, region, modality and shift. The data were examined using zero adjusted Box Cox Cole Green (BCCG) regression models. The results indicated the institutional variables were relevant to explain the performance. Specifically, it was staked students enrolled in federal centers of technological education had superior performance than the other forms of academic organization. Another relevant point was the students in the North region performed worse than other regions in general. However, they outdid the students from Central-East region in the issues of general training. Regarding the teaching modality, it was found that students of face-to-face teaching presented higher performance than the distance learning students (DL). And the full-time students had better performances overall. As implications, it is pointed out that institutions offering Accounting and Administration courses in the Northern region may want to improve the quality of education, as well as those of the Centre-Western shall want to do so in relation to general training education. Similarly, the teaching on the DL modality can be improved and the offer of full-time courses can be thought of and potentially implemented.

Valery V. Krasheninnikov ◽  
Irina I. Nekrasova ◽  

The article considers the peculiarity of the development of student’s creative thinking in educational project activities in the learning process in the context of the digital technologies use in technological education. The main basic principles of the development of the subject area “Technology” as the most important element of mastering the competencies and skills of the XXI century are analyzed, taking into account the need to use modern digital technologies in the process of project activity, as a fundamental direction of mastering new knowledge in an intensively developing world. Based on the analysis of research by domestic and foreign scientists, it is shown that educational project activities contribute to the development of creative thinking when conditions are met that is close to the real design process. Some possible options for the implementation of educational project activities in modern conditions of digital transformation of technological education are described. The measures to solve the problems of modern technological education, contributing to the qualitative organization of the educational process, which relate to both the creation of pedagogical conditions and the corresponding material and technical base, are noted.

2021 ◽  
pp. 87-101
Marina Gennadievna Volchek ◽  
Roman Vladimirovich Kamenev ◽  
Dmitry Yurievich Chupin ◽  
Evgeniya Yuryevna Nikitina ◽  

This article examines the development of technology education of general education institutions with direct participation and interaction with pedagogical universities. The article presents the analysis of the using of the high-tech equipment in the educational institutions, identified professional deficiencies among teachers of technological education in the using of the modern digital technologies. Based on the results of the study the article identifies effective ways to implement the requirements for modern school technology education in accordance with the updated FSES. The article also discusses various approaches of organizing the project activities of students in the framework of technological education. The authors show that the experience of teaching the subject area “Technology” accumulated in our country is the basis for its modernization. The successful experience of including Russia in the international movement “WorldSkills International” is at the same time the basis for assessing the quality of education and broadcasting practice to modernize the content of vocational training. This is especially true in the areas of promising professions and professions of the digital economy, which must be prepared already from school.

2021 ◽  
Vol 8 (11) ◽  
pp. 220-230
Anabela Moura Anabela

Hand in hand with Timor (De mãos dadas com Timor) is a project that explores cultural competencies, social interaction through the Arts and Communication which has promoted  cognitive development and a systematic contact between participants from very diverse cultural contexts (Portuguese students in two classes of the 1st year Basic Education Teacher Training BA Degree at the Higher School of Education of Viana do Castelo Polytechnic [ESEVC-IPVC], attending the subject entitled Theories and Practices of Visual and Performing Arts, and Timor children, teachers and educators working in the Pre-School level of Education at the Portuguese School of Dili - CELP - Ruy Cinatti, Timor). This international exchange arose from contacts made between the teacher of Visual Arts at ESEVC-IPVC and Flor Gomes, former student of ESEVC-IPVC, with a BA degree in Visual and Technological Education and a Master in Art Education at ESEVC-IPVC, teacher in statutory mobility, currently working in Timor between 2020 and 2022. This article, written by two researchers from the Art Education area, addresses a Portuguese project which emphasised an action-research underpinned in an interdisciplinary approach, using comics as teaching strategy in developing cultural competencies of eighty Portuguese students (nº=80) of a Basic Education Course. The findings of such collaboration using video as the communication support for this international exchange, show the positive effects of such Project that promoted the overall cultural and artistic competencies of students involved, either in Portugal or in Timor. It is concluded that such curricular experiment had on students, on their motivation and awareness of how illustration and video can work together with popular literature, staging and illustrating it. It also highlights how imagination, creativity, dialogue and cultural competencies of children can promote a deeply collaborative work at local, regional, national and international levels, despite the fact that we are living in a period of pandemic and confinement.  

Minerva ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (6) ◽  
pp. 90-97
Carolina Armendáriz ◽  
Diego Yumisa ◽  
Gustavo Bunay

Due to the national state of emergency, the restriction of mobility and the adoption of teleworking are established to fulfill the activities. The Higher Institutes take on the challenge of changing face-to-face classes to remote courses through virtual platforms. The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of ICTs and emergency remote teaching in technical and technological education. Data was collected from 140 students from 2 institutes in the city of Ambato. The impact of online courses and the use of technological tools was investigated. As a result, the students of the technological careers consider this new modality of receiving classes a learning opportunity, despite the connectivity problems that occurred in the homes, they consider that the contribution of ICTs and remote teaching as part of education distance learning is important in their professional training. Keywords: Remote emergency teaching, ICTs, connectivity, education. References [1]O. Picardo, "COVID-19: Una mirada interdisciplinaria a la pandemia..," REDICCES, 2020. [2]H. M. Abdulrahim, "transformación digital de la educación superior saudita," Asian Journal of Distance Education, 2020. [3]T. Bates, " Informes de investigación sobre Covid-19 y Aprendizaje remoto de emergencia / Aprendizaje en línea,", 2020. [4]M. Bond, K. Buntins, S. Bedenlier, O. Zawacki-Richter and M. Kerres, "Mapeo de la investigación sobre la participación de los estudiantes y la tecnología educativa en la educación superior: un mapa de evidencia sistemático," Revista Internacional de Tecnología Educativa en la Educación Superior, p. 7, 2020. [5]S. Alqabbani, A. Almuwais, N. Benajiba and F. Almoayad, "Preparación para el cambio de emergencia al aprendizaje remoto durante la pandemia de COVID-19 entre los profesores universitarios," E-Learning y medios digitales, vol. 5, no. 460-479, 2020. [6]P. Bawa, "Aprendizaje en la era del SARS-COV-2: Un estudio cuantitativo del desempeño de los estudiantes en la era de la enseñanza remota de emergencia," Computers and Education Open , vol. 1, 2020. [7]S. J. G. Merchán, "Las TIC en la educación superior durante la pandemia de la COVID-19.," Las TIC en la educación superior., 2017.

2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (86) ◽  

Technological education has moved away from material understanding. It will be initiated as these formal indicators that can be applied in the world surrounded by technological content. These technological objects have become the indispensable production material of the artist. In the rich material world of art, artists continue to surprise the audience with the interesting materials they use. Each material has its own characteristics. In this rich world of objects, light as an art production material has attracted the attention of some artists. This research focuses on examining how light is used in art production and its reflection on works of art from a plastic point of view. Readings were made on the works of artists who use light with a plastic understanding. Thus, it has been seen that light is used as a conceptual and visual artistic expression tool. Keywords: Art, Object, Light

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