PRESENTATION

The Academic Master's Degree in Teaching of Sciences and Mathematics was approved at the 179th Meeting of the Technical-Scientific Council of Higher Education  - CTC-ES/CAPES. The course provides the scientific and technological training to professionals who work in the training of educators in teaching situations inside and outside the school, as well as the generation of products that contribute to the teaching and learning of quality.

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

Candidates with university diploma in teaching and bachelor’s degree can apply to the program  with major and/or working in the area of Teaching/Education.

 

GOALS

  • Discuss and investigate the scientific and technological major in professional training, as well as their performance in teaching and learning in the areas of science and mathematics, with an emphasis on scientific education;
  • Contribute with investigations of pedagogical practices, production and use of various teaching materials (texts, equipment, experiments, games, videos and software);
  • Train professors and researchers who use a critical, creative and innovative digital technologies of information and communication technologies (TDIC); and
  • Discuss and investigate the educational policies concerning the teaching of sciences and mathematics and the professors training in these areas.

CONCENTRATION AREA

Teaching of  Sciences, Mathematics and Educational Technologies

 

Research Lines

Scientific Education and Use of Technology in the Teaching and Learning Process: This line of research is to investigate the methodological processes in the teaching of Science and Mathematics, their languages, the use of technologies and the ownership of these elements in situations of teaching and learning, in formal and non-formal contexts. Study, develop and make educational materials available. Analyze the pedagogical potential of tools in the teaching and learning processes in virtual and in-class  environments.

 

Professor Training and Practice  in the Teaching of Sciences This line has as objective to investigate the initial and continuing training of professors  for the teaching of Sciences and Mathematics. In this perspective it aims to develop studies of aspects related to the process of teaching of Sciences and Mathematics in their theoretical and practical relations and with the use of investigative and integrated approaches to historical, socioeconomic and cultural contexts. It is proposed from the experiences and practices in  teaching action  to analyze the use of methodologies to support the teaching situations, with a view to contribute to the improvement of teaching and learning in the Teaching of Sciences and Mathematics in their relationships and dialogs with the other areas of knowledge.

SELECTION AND ENROLLMENTS

CURRICULAR STRUCTURE

Mandatory Subjects

  • Education, Culture and Technology
  • Professor Training and  Pedagogical Practices  in the Teaching of Sciences and Mathematics
  • Research Methodology
  • Knowledge Theories

 

Optional  Subjects

  • Assessment in Teaching and Learning Processes
  • Citizenship and Public Understanding of Science: Scientific Disclosure in the Digital Era
  • Curriculum and School Culture  in the Teaching of Sciences
  • Epistemology and Didactics of Mathematical Contents of Basic Education
  • Languages and Scientific Literacy
  • Active Methodologies of Learning and Contributions to Scientific Education
  • Public policies for Use of Technology in Teaching
  • Multimedia Production for Natural Sciences
  • Trends in Mathematics Education
  • Trends in Science Teaching
  • Learning Theories   in the Teaching of Mathematics and  Sciences

FACULTY MEMBERS

PERMANENT

Professor PhD. Anelisa Kisielewski Esteves
E-mailanelisa.esteves@educadores.net.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/2437122237910427

 

Professor PhD. Antônio Sales
E-mail: antonio.sales@anhanguera.com
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/4297904237292516

 

Professor PhD. Diego Fogaça Carvalho
E-mail: diego.fogaca@kroton.com.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/0261276631071590

 

Professor PhD. Erlinda Martins Batista
E-mail: erlinda.batista@educadores.net.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/0346580209380855

 

Professor PhD. José Luiz Magalhães de Freitas
E-mail: jose.l.freitas@educadores.net.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/1926893866496560

 

Professor PhD. José Sabino              
E-mail: jose.sabino@uniderp.com.br
Latteshttp://lattes.cnpq.br/9198286227068321

 

Professor PhD. Kátia Guerchi Gonzales
E-mail: katia.gonzales@educadores.net.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/8986329938280153

 

Professor PhD. Leda Márcia Araújo Bento
E-mail: leda.bento@uniderp.com.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/2009911820855730 

 

Professor PhD. Luciana Paes de Andrade
E-mail:
 luciana.andrade@uniderp.com.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/7517005402820380

 

Professor PhD. Tania Gisela Biberg Salum
E-mail:
 tania.salum@uniderp.com.br
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/1863038815709816

 

STAFF

Professor PhD. Andreia de Freitas Zompero
E-mail: andreia.zompero@unopar.br
Latteshttp://lattes.cnpq.br/2231621376375299

 

Professor PhD. Ruy Cesar Pietropaolo
E-mail: ruy.pietropaolo@anhanguera.com
Lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/2747970094543043

CONTACT

Secretariat Pos-graduate Stricto sensu
Phone: (67) 3309-6565
E-mail: strictosensu.uniderp@anhanguera.com

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