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Teacher education in Portugal: analysing changes using ATEE-RDC19 scenario methodology

Sousa, Jesus Maria Angélica Fernandes
Fonte: Association for Teacher Education in Europe Publicador: Association for Teacher Education in Europe
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2003 Português
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This paper presents an overview of the development of teacher education in Portugal since the Revolution of 25 April 1974, which brought the country to democracy. Making use of the scenario model created by the ATEE-RDC19, it is an attempt to make clearer the hidden philosophies underlying the changes that are undertaken and show how teacher education has evolved from a romantic and idealistic social vision towards an ideology dictated by economic and selfish interests.

Perceptions of pedagogical practices of physical education teachers in Portugal since the 1970s

Ferreira, António G.; Moreira, J. António
Fonte: Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University Banja Luka Publicador: Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University Banja Luka
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2012 Português
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The aim of this study is to analyse how Physical Education teachers in Portugal organise their lessons, taking into consideration the most valued lesson models. Moreover, we sought to understand the existing relationship between those practices, their experiences, attitudes and the influence of training schools, ie, the existing relationship between pedagogical work and a habitus, seen as a product of history and a defining principle of group and individual practices learned empirically in specific contexts. Based on a qualitative methodology, the study focused on a group of fifteen teachers with varied degrees in Physical Education, who graduated from some of the most distinguished schools in Portugal, for e.g., the National Institute of Physical Education, Colleges of Physical Education, and some of the most famous Portuguese faculties in this field of study established in the early 1990s. We concluded that these teachers defend the use of well structured classes, based on strict planning, not neglecting students’ motivations. Moreover, that the existence of different pedagogical practices (and attitudes) is possible due to different training, to the specific historical context and different experiences, personalities and motivations of each teacher. These differences suggest...

The socio-professional status of physical education teachers in Portugal: a qualitative approach

Ferreira, António G.; Moreira, J. António
Fonte: Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University Banja Luka Publicador: Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University Banja Luka
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2011 Português
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Despite some worth mentioning initiatives, Physical Education teaching in Portugal was only unveiled and recognized at a later stage by others than the ones directly involved in it. In fact, during most of the 20th century, both the subject and the teachers were clearly considered to have a peripheral status, particularly when compared to their professional peers. Considering the changes in the last decades, we found it pertinent to analyse how these teachers perceive the status that is assigned to them by teachers of other subjects, and also by their students. For the purpose of this analysis, we used a qualitative methodology in our study focused on a group of fifteen teachers with varied degrees in Physical Education, and graduated from some of the most distinguished schools in Portugal since the 1940s until the end of the 20th century. We concluded that there could be made a definition to a certain extent, regarding what the other teachers think about the status of Physical Education teachers. Some of the teachers, namely those graduated from institutes, ISEF (College of Physical Education), realise that their fellow teachers do not recognize their true value and treat them as the "poor relatives" of education. Nevertheless, there are those who perceive and recognize their value and treat them as equals. More consensual...

MATERIALS EDUCATION AND INNOVATION: GLOBALIZATION OPENS NEW FRONTIERS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

MASCARENHAS, Sergio
Fonte: INT COUNCIL MATERIALS EDUCATION Publicador: INT COUNCIL MATERIALS EDUCATION
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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In this paper we consider evolutionary pressures that will influence materials education and its role in the present scenario of Globalization: Challenges, Opportunities and needs. The main evolutionary pressures are related to some major control variables: increase of global population, new emerging technologies such as nanotechnology, alternative energies related to climate change, multimedia convergence in global communications, health, hunger, economic asymmetries and violence. Of course, many other factors could be identified, but this paper considers these as an adequate minimum basis for strategic considerations related to current materials education planning for the 21st century. In conclusion, we propose an International Network Program for Materials Education Strategy, thinking globally but acting regionally.; National Research Council of Brazil; National Research Council of Brazil

THE MAPPING IN THE CONTINUING EDUCATION OF TEACHERS: AN EXPERIENCE THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING

Castreghini de Freitas, Maria Isabel; Cabral, Marcia Pereira; Chova, L. G.; Torres, I. C.; Martinez, A. L.
Fonte: Iated-int Assoc Technology Education A& Development Publicador: Iated-int Assoc Technology Education A& Development
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferencepaper Formato: 1263-1268
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In this work, we show the experience of continuing teacher education in Cartography in the period from 03/11/2009 to 03/11/2010, it was held by the Center for Continuing Education in Mathematics Education, Science and Environment (CECEMCA) - UNESP - Rio Claro, in DL (Distance Learning). This experience was through the extension course set in TelEduc platform. The course was titled Introduction to Cartography and aimed primarily: Present concepts of systematic and thematic mapping and its potential application in teaching practices, increase knowledge in the areas of Geography, Cartography and Environment; Offer alternatives for implementing content mapping in the classroom.

Health education in textbooks of 16 countries : emphasis on biomedical and health promotion approaches

Dantas, Catarina; Carvalho, Graça Simões de; Clément, Pierre
Fonte: European Science Education Research Association Publicador: European Science Education Research Association
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceobject
Publicado em //2007 Português
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Classically, Health Education has been based on the Biomedical Model (BM) of health, where the pathologic, curative and preventive conceptions are the main pillars. The more recent approach of Health Promotion (HP) looks for identification of healthy habits and for developing personal empowerment for healthy decision-making towards environmental challenges. The aim of the present study was to compare the emphases on either model (BM or HP) given by textbooks on the topic of Health Education of 16 countries. A total of 71 primary and secondary textbooks on the topic health education were analysed. A specific constructed grid was used for the textbook analysis. Text and image analysis of all countries textbooks allocated France, Malta and Italy to the BM pole whereas other countries such as Germany, Mozambique and Finland were preferentially linked to a HP approach.; European project FP6 Biohead-Citizen CIT2-CT-2004-506015.; LIBEC/CIFPEC - unidade de investigação (16/644) da FCT.

Teaching students to participate in health education : a study about action-oriented in-service teacher training in sex education

Vilaça, Teresa
Fonte: International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) Publicador: International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET)
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceobject
Publicado em /07/2008 Português
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Student participation has become a central aspect on various levels of international debate regarding health education teacher training and evaluation of health education projects. Participation is a prerequisite to develop student action competence and a result of that process. A participatory action-research constituted by Portuguese teachers (N=86) from 16 schools having as one of its objectives to investigate how teachers´ practices on Sex Education change during in-service teacher training, was carried out. These results and their implications in terms of health education teacher training and the organization and management of the Portuguese school curriculum will be presented.; Instituto de Educação, Centro de Investigação em Educação (CIEd)

ATEE Annual Conference 2014 - Transitions in teacher education and professional identities: Proceedings

Leite, Laurinda, org.; Flores, Maria Assunção, org.; Dourado, Luís Gonzaga Pereira, org.; Vilaça, Teresa, org.; Morgado, Sofia, org.
Fonte: ATEE (Association for Teacher Education in Europe), CIEd (Research Centre in Education) Publicador: ATEE (Association for Teacher Education in Europe), CIEd (Research Centre in Education)
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceobject
Publicado em //2015 Português
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The University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, was the host for the 2014 Annual Conference of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE), which took place in August, from the 25th to the 27th. The Conference focused on Transitions in Teacher Education and Professional Identities looked at the transitions in teacher education and analysed different experiences in professional identity of (student) teachers from an international perspective. Three keywords may be identified: challenges in teaching, dilemmas in teacher education and in teacher educators’ role and current trends that are shaping teacher education in different contexts. Similar dilemmas and even contradictions have been identified in different settings with different modes of government intervention in teacher education in which content, structure and duration are also diverse but with similar features. Another key theme discussed at the Conference was the complexity of the concept of identity and also the contested nature of the transitions: transitions for what? How? Why? These transitions and shifts in teacher education and professional identities need to be examined within the context of current policies but also in the light of the complexities and contradictions of teaching as a profession. Teacher educators are also facing transitions in teacher education curricula but also regarding their own identities. These are complex processes that may include resistance and turbulence because transitions may be troublesome for many reasons. In this regard context and language matter but also the kinds of policies and practices that exist within teacher education. There are questions that remain unanswered. However...

Learning roadmaps for Higher Education

Oliveira, Miguel; Serrano, J. Artur; Duarte, A. Manuel de Oliveira
Fonte: International Conference on Engineering and Education 2007 Publicador: International Conference on Engineering and Education 2007
Tipo: conferenceobject
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An integrated platform for the support of teaching activities as been developed and deployed at the Aveiro Norte Polytechnic School of the University of Aveiro. In this paper we present an approach to Learning Roadmaps for Higher Education based on this platform. The aprend.e platform – Electronic Integrated System for Learning and Training - has at its core a Learning Management System with a number of plugins. It represents a new challenge for the University of Aveiro for higher education and is already being at its core is the concept of learning roadmaps that act upon two fundamental axes: education and learning. For the teachers, it aims at becoming a self-supporting tool that stimulates the organization and management of the course materials (lectures, presentations, multimedia content, and evaluation materials, amongst others). For the students, the learning roadmap aims at promoting self-study and supervised study, endowing the pupil with the capabilities to find the relevant information and to capture the concepts in the study materials. The outcome will be a stimulating learning process together with an organized management of those materials.

Some experiments of the use of the New Technologies in Artistic Education: new challenges to bridging the gap between different cultural and social groups

Oliveira, Rosa Maria
Fonte: InSEA - International Society for Education Through Art Publicador: InSEA - International Society for Education Through Art
Tipo: conferenceobject
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How to build constructive dialogue between different cultural and social groups may be a huge challenge. It is important to respect traditions and identities but at same time provide a level of education necessary nowadays. It is also important to engage families in the process in order to recognise the importance of formal education. The use of computer programs and other electronic equipment as creativity tools in the context of Artistic Education enable students, teachers and communities, to build new relationships by putting together knowledge and practices. It also helps to bridging the gap between the school and the student’s families and communities (OLIVEIRA: 2007). The use of digital cameras and/or video cameras, the possibility of scanning, changing and editing the images and sounds in computer, leads to new teaching and learning methodologies and consequent changes in the educational concepts. The projects developed in a school context show the potentialities of the use of the New Technologies in Artistic Education and pose new challenges to the teachers and students in the area of the Visual Arts. They also facilitate various project approaches developed in educational context, by exploiting them at different ages mostly from the Basic and Secondary School level.

Student’s representations of education quality in different school levels an exploratory study with Portuguese students

Cid, Marília; Bonito, Jorge; Oliveira, Maria Manuela; Saraiva, Margarida; Rebelo, Hugo
Fonte: Iated, International Conference on Education and new Learning Techonologies Publicador: Iated, International Conference on Education and new Learning Techonologies
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Quality may be studied from different perspectives. Research shows that many variables may be envolved when the target is the educational system. One may analyse the motivation of students and teachers, the methodologies of teaching, the processes of evaluation, the resources available, the educational facilities, the course organization or the academic success. Recent research results show a strong positive correlation between students’ academic success and the quality of education available to them. However, the way students perceive the quality indicators has been a less explored area. We present the results of an academic longitudinal research project that aims to study the students’ representations of quality along the school system in order to contribute to an improvement of teaching and learning processes. The sampling of this exploratory study focused on compulsory education, secondary education and higher education. In this paper the authors analyse data collected in three institutions of higher education in Portugal, through a questionnaire survey.

Students’ representations about quality education: A longitudinal study on nursing and management degrees

Cid, Marília; Rebelo, Hugo; Bonito, Jorge
Fonte: Organizing Committee of XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies and Faculty of Education of the Bo?aziçi University Publicador: Organizing Committee of XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies and Faculty of Education of the Bo?aziçi University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The broader study from which this article arises is to verify how the representations of students on the quality of education evolve along the cycle of studies, in order to emerge contributions for improvement of the educational system. Here we present the results concerning representations of teaching quality identified in students of Nursing and Management at three establishments of higher education in the Alentejo region (Portugal).The results shown allow us to conclude that for students in the analyzed sample, from the nursing and management courses, in the three organizations of higher education studied, the representation that they showed regarding quality of education values factors regarding Infrastructures and resources, teachers performance, learning achievement, organization of the teaching and learning processes and adequacy of the course with the labour market.

Students´ Representations of education Quality in Different School Levels: an Exploratory Study with Portuguese Students

Cid, Marilia; Bonito, Jorge; Oliveira, Manuela M.; Saraiva, Margarida; Rebelo, Hugo
Fonte: International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED) Publicador: International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED)
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Quality may be studied from different perspectives. Research shows that many variables may be envolved when the target is the educational system. One may analyse the motivation of students and teachers, the methodologies of teaching, the processes of evaluation, the resources available, the educational facilities, the course organization or the academic success. Recent research results show a strong positive correlation between students’ academic success and the quality of education available to them. However, the way students perceive the quality indicators has been a less explored area. We present the results of an academic longitudinal research project that aims to study the students’ representations of quality along the school system in order to contribute to an improvement of teaching and learning processes. The sampling of this exploratory study focused on compulsory education, secondary education and higher education. In this paper the authors analyse data collected in three institutions of higher education in Portugal, through a questionnaire survey.

Explaining Demand for Higher Education

Oliveira, Manuela; Vieira, Carlos; Vieira, Isabel
Fonte: International Association of Technology, Education and Development Publicador: International Association of Technology, Education and Development
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Recognizing the crucial role of higher education for the development of nations and individuals, many countries have recently established ambitious targets for the percentage of graduates in their population by 2020. In peripheral European Union countries, however, such objectives may be difficult to attain. In fact, both the current stringent fiscal consolidation processes and the overall depressed economic environment may exert negative effects upon domestic demand for higher education. Such uncertain context increases the need for efficient policies and henceforth the value of obtaining reliable information on the variables that are more likely to influence demand. In this study, we employ the partial least squares methodology, which allows modeling with many variables, even with relatively few observations, to identify the most relevant determinants of demand for higher education. We focus in the case of Portugal, a country where applications for higher education are centralized and thus provides a long and reliable set of data on aggregate demand. The results of our empirical analysis suggest that the most relevant determinants of demand are institutional and/or policy dependent and...

Students’ representations about quality education: a longitudinal study on nursing and management degrees

Cid, Marília; Rebelo, Hugo; Bonito, Jorge
Fonte: Journal of US-China education review Publicador: Journal of US-China education review
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Characterizing the quality of education may involve the analysis of several variables, such as human resources, financial resources, teaching methodologies, personal and social development, and positive academic results. Nevertheless, all elements of the education system matter and may contribute to improve its quality. Ultimately, the success of an education system depends on the interaction of all elements. In order to study the representations of quality, a longitudinal research project is taking place in some higher education institutions of Alentejo region (Portugal). In this paper, the authors analyzed the relationship between scores on quality education representations of students from the Évora University and Beja and Portalegre Polytechnic Institutes, attending on nursing and management degrees. The analyses of the selected factors had shown human and institutional factors as the most important.

Expressive arts in Education and Therapy: a Special Encounter

Santos, Graça Duarte
Fonte: Research Center on Education (CIEd)/Institute of Education University of Minho Publicador: Research Center on Education (CIEd)/Institute of Education University of Minho
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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In this paper we sustain the importance of Expressive Arts in Education and Therapy, and highlight its relevance in the context of Special Education and/or Inclusive Education. As evidence we present two researches conducted in this field: The first study investigates the impact of a multimodal methodology of Expressive Therapies in children/adolescents with aggressive behavior (in a school context). Aggressive behavior, pro-social disposition and other emotional, cognitive and behavioral dimensions were evaluated. The second study presents an intervention through expressive arts with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This work was developed in a Specialized Autism unit

Expressive arts in training of teachers to inclusive education

Santos, Graça Duarte; Carvalho, Alexandra
Fonte: Research Center on Education (CIEd)/Institute of Education University of Minho Publicador: Research Center on Education (CIEd)/Institute of Education University of Minho
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Considering the importance given to creativity and to cooperative and active learning as facilitator methods of an Inclusive Education, on this paper we present a study that identifies the place given to active and expressive techniques in the initial training of educators/teachers. The Higher Education Institutions that provide training components within the inclusive education, active and expressive techniques were identified, characterizing those same components by analyzing the curricula of all courses of Initial Teacher Education in Portugal which qualify for teachers from pre-school education to the 2nd cycle of basic education. Data analysis will allow us to further reflect on the contribution of these areas to build positive models of Inclusive Education.

Distance continuing education for enterprises in European Universities

Gonçalves, Maria José
Fonte: EDEN - European Distance Education Network Publicador: EDEN - European Distance Education Network
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceobject
Publicado em //2001 Português
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Proceedings of EDEN 10th Anniversary Conference, 10-13 June 2001 Stockholm, Sweden; This paper reports findings of a survey conducted in five European universities, concerning the role that university continuing education can play in continuing education specially designed for enterprises. Findings are discussed both according to the experience of these university centres of continuing education, and to our previous research on enterprises training needs.

Pharmacy Education in the Context of Australian Practice

Marriott, Jennifer L.; Nation, Roger L.; Roller, Louis; Costelloe, Marian; Galbraith, Kirstie; Stewart, Peter; Charman, William N
Fonte: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Publicador: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Tipo: text
Publicado em 15/12/2008 Português
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Accredited pharmacy programs in Australia provide a high standard of pharmacy education, attracting quality students. The principal pharmacy degree remains the 4-year bachelor of pharmacy degree; however, some universities offer graduate-entry master of pharmacy degrees taught in 6 semesters over a 2-year period. Curricula include enabling and applied pharmaceutical science, pharmacy practice, and clinical and experiential teaching, guided by competency standards and an indicative curriculum (a list of topics that are required to be included in a pharmacy degree curriculum before the program must be accredited by the Australian Pharmacy Council). Graduate numbers have increased approximately 250% with a dramatic increase from 6 pharmacy degree programs in 1997 to 21 such programs in 2008. Graduates must complete approximately 12 months of internship in a practice setting after graduation and prior to the competency-based registration examinations. An overview of pharmacy education in Australia is provided in the context of the healthcare system, a national system for subsidizing the cost of prescription medicines, the Australian National Medicines Policy and the practice of pharmacy. Furthermore, the innovations in practice and technology that will influence education in the future are discussed.

Interprofessional Education: Definitions, Student Competencies, and Guidelines for Implementation

Buring, Shauna M.; Bhushan, Alok; Broeseker, Amy; Conway, Susan; Duncan-Hewitt, Wendy; Hansen, Laura; Westberg, Sarah
Fonte: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Publicador: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Tipo: text
Publicado em 10/07/2009 Português
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Interprofessional education (IPE) is an important step in advancing health professional education for many years and has been endorsed by the Institute of Medicine as a mechanism to improve the overall quality of health care. IPE has also become an area of focus for the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP), with several groups, including these authors from the AACP Interprofessional Education Task Force, working on developing resources to promote and support IPE planning and development. This review provides background on the definition of IPE, evidence to support IPE, the need for IPE, student competencies and objectives for IPE, barriers to implementation of IPE, and elements critical for successfully implementing IPE.