Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação <p>A <strong>Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação </strong>é um periódico do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação da Universidade Federal de Sergipe. Tem como escopo a publicação de trabalhos inéditos e originais na área de <strong><em><u>Educação</u></em></strong>, resultantes de pesquisa científica e revisão da literatura. A <strong>Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação </strong>é um periódico de acesso aberto e fluxo contínuo de publicação, cuja a missão é contribuir para a disseminação do conhecimento da área de <strong><em><u>Educação</u></em></strong>, fomentando e facilitando o intercâmbio acadêmico no âmbito nacional e internacional.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> pt-BR <p>À Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação&nbsp;ficam reservados os direitos autorais pertinentes a todos os artigos nela publicados. A Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação&nbsp;utiliza a licença&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener" data-saferedirecturl=";source=gmail&amp;ust=1573124042104000&amp;usg=AFQjCNFBN71RTVjRZPlX0Zt77JDY4tuz9A"></a>&nbsp;(CC BY), que permite o compartilhamento do artigo com o reconhecimento da autoria.</p> (Alfrancio Ferreira Dias) (Alfrancio Ferreira Dias) sex, 14 jan 2022 17:46:55 -0300 OJS 60 Professional development of elementary school teachers at the beginning of their careers: the role of project-based learning <p>The beginning of a teacher's career is a challenging period for the development of their educational practices, being essential for their professional development. This study aims to understand the role of Project-based learning in the professional development of elementary school teachers at the beginning of their careers. The qualitative analysis carried out is based on the data collected through semi-structured interviews to eight beginning teachers. Results show that beginning teachers show some difficulties in integrating these methods in their teaching practices, which could be lightened through a more consistent collaboration between initial teacher education institutions and schools, in order to facilitate their career integration and professional development.</p> Tiago Tempera, Luís Tinoca Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 14 jan 2022 17:24:28 -0300 Blended learning for doctoral training in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic <p>Distance learning has been an option to mitigate the global spread of the highly contagious disease, named COVID-19 (coronavirus), and declared a Pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) in March 2020. Social confinement as a public health strategy to address the health crisis has led to the adoption of new teaching methods in the new social sphere. Higher education contexts have gradually incorporated the opportunities offered by information and communication technologies (ICT). The purpose of the article is to present some theoretical reflections on the inclusion of the Blended Learning (B-Learning) methodological model in higher education, considering the changes that have occurred in the current situation due to the pandemic. Based on the review of the specialized scientific literature in relation to the integration of ICT in educational environments, the relevance of the advantages of technological tools in blended learning in the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic is recognized, specifically for the doctoral training process.</p> Yessy Villavicencio Simón, Ivan Gabriel Grajales Melian, Cícero da Silva Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 14 jan 2022 17:44:30 -0300 The use of distance learning technologies in preparing students (future biology teachers) <p>The current stage in the development of pedagogical education in the world is characterized by a special intensity and scale of transformations due not only to the urgent tasks of forming a young personality, but also to the involvement of the education system in the world integration processes taking place in the context of informatization and globalization. The purposeful acquisition of knowledge, skills and abilities by future biology teachers, an orientation towards the development, development and implementation of effective mechanisms for its formation is an important component of education. The global educational community is faced in 2020 with a global challenge caused by the pandemic caused by the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. The governments of most countries were not ready for such a large-scale pandemic; their practical measures were formed on a situational basis. To counter the spread of COVID-19, educational institutions have been temporarily closed almost all over the world. The purpose of the article is to study the features of the implementation of the distance education system in the process of teaching students - future biology teachers, including the study of the main advantages and disadvantages of this process. For this, the methods of theoretical research of specialized literature were used.</p> Halyna Biletska, Nataliia Mironova, Nataliia Kazanishena, Serhii Skrypnyk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 14 jan 2022 18:12:43 -0300 Features of interdisciplinarity of modern pedagogy <p>The most important task of modern education is the formation of a highly developed personality capable of effectively assimilating knowledge, making non-standard decisions and thinking creatively. Modernization of the content of education, renewal of teaching methods and means are the basis of new pedagogical searches. The study of the problem of interdisciplinarity is important for the development of scientific, theoretical foundations of pedagogy, as well as for the practical activities of teachers. Interdisciplinarity will be able to provide a unified methodological basis for the subject system as a whole by highlighting systematizing scientific ideas that facilitate learning in all subjects. Interdisciplinary approaches are in line with the pressing problems of modern education. Since academic subjects are built in the logic of specific sciences, and all of them to one degree or another are related to each other, it becomes necessary to establish interdisciplinarity. Thus, the main purpose of the article is to determine the basic features of the interdisciplinarity of modern pedagogy. The research was carried out using the following theoretical methods: systems analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction, comparison, classification, generalization and systematization, idealization and abstraction.</p> Tetiana Kotyk Kotyk, Svitlana Romanyuk, Maryna Kisil Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 14 jan 2022 18:26:00 -0300 The main aspects of distance education for students in times of epidemic restrictions <p>The new conditions that the entire world community faced in 2020, associated with the announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO) of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, led to the complete transition of all educational organizations of the world to distance learning. Previously, only those students who chose this form upon admission were trained remotely. In the context of a pandemic, students of full-time, part-time, and part-time (non-distance) departments were forced to switch to this format. Naturally, this caused certain difficulties, both for teachers and students. However, the demand for an instant and, as it turned out, a long and universal transition to distance learning turned out to be very unexpected and problematic for many subjects of the educational space, both in higher education and in the middle level. Thus, the main purpose of article is to study the main aspects and features of the introduction of basic techniques and means of distance education during the period of pandemic restrictions. The study was carried out using the following theoretical methods: systems analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction, comparison, classification, generalization and systematization, idealization and abstraction.</p> Roma Sybirna, Ganna Polishchuk, Oleksandr Balanutsa, Alla Marchuk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 18 jan 2022 17:04:45 -0300 Distribution of the number of scientific and pedagogical staff of universities by work experience <p>The purpose of our study was to assess the proportion of teachers with different work experience in relevant positions in higher education institutions in the total number of university teachers in each of the regions of Russia. In the course of the work, the indicators characterizing the proportion of teachers belonging to five groups by work experience of up to five years, from five to ten years, from ten to fifteen years, from fifteen to twenty years and more than twenty years in the total number of teachers working in higher educational institutions were evaluated. The study used official statistical information for 82 regions of Russia. We used the density functions of the normal distribution as models. The results of the study allowed us to draw conclusions: approximately every fourteenth teacher has worked in a teaching position for less than five years, every ninth teacher has worked in this position for five to ten years, every seventh teacher has worked in this position for ten to fifteen years, every fifth teacher has worked in this position for fifteen to twenty years.&nbsp; It is proved that the number of teachers with work experience up to twenty years was 52% and was slightly more than the number of teachers with work experience of more than twenty years (48%). The analysis showed the presence of a certain differentiation of the values of the considered indicators by region. The proposed methodological approach and the results obtained have originality and scientific novelty.</p> Iuliia S. Pinkovetskaia Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 18 jan 2022 17:10:33 -0300 The system of functioning of out-of-school education in modern conditions of development <p>The main purpose of the study is to define and characterize the system of out-of-school education in modern conditions of development. The urgency of the topic is due to the fact that out-of-school education began to be considered as one that reveals the immediate prospects for personal development in various social and educational institutions, where out-of-school institutions were to become centers of motivational development, self-realization and professional self-determination. The question arose about the place of out-of-school education in the single educational space, determining its relationship with other levels of education, the prospects for the functioning of out-of-school institutions in the market of educational services. Economic and political instability of socio-cultural systems, increasing negative effects of natural factors, the residual principle of financing out-of-school institutions have led to a decrease in their efficiency and decline of educational facilities, which significantly hindered the full use of out-of-school education. According to the results of the analysis, a study of the main aspects of the functioning of out-of-school education in modern conditions of development was conducted.</p> Tetiana Fursykova, Oleksandr Akimkin, Liliia Hodii Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 18 jan 2022 17:20:38 -0300 The Role of Higher Education in the Digital Economy Development <p>The purpose of the article is to study the role of higher education in the development of the digital economy. To achieve the goal, the authors used the methods of analysis and synthesis; content analysis; scientific abstraction and systematization. The authors conclude that promising areas for strengthening the positive impact of higher education on the development of the digital economy are: improving dual education to provide the national economy with personnel capable of innovative thinking and action; introduction of lifelong learning programs, short-term highly specialized training programs; formation of information and innovation cultures in society; generation of innovative ideas and their commercialization in the real sector of the economy; supporting the development of innovation and information infrastructures; support for youth innovation projects; increasing the level of the English language proficiency in order to expand the opportunities for participation of universities in international research and educational projects.</p> Nataliia Kholiavko, Olha Popelo, Anatolii Melnychenko, Marta Derhaliuk, Liudmyla Grynevych Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 18 jan 2022 17:44:22 -0300 Competence approach to teaching future primary school teachers <p>The article discusses the problems of forming the readiness of future primary school teachers for professional activity on the basis of a competence-based approach in the conditions of university complexes. Pedagogical experience shows that the educational process in a modern university already has many opportunities to solve problems that worry our specialists. However, these opportunities in universities are not yet fully used, as evidenced, in particular, by the contradictions that we examined in detail in this study. It is also noted that the training of a future teacher on the basis of a competency-based approach should provide for the formation of his professional competence through the gradual development, formation of its levels (key, basic, special) as a result of specialized training of the future teacher. Thus, the main purpose of the article is to study the process of implementing a competency-based approach in teaching future primary school teachers. For this, the methods of theoretical research of specialized literature were used, as a result of which the basic principles of the process of introducing and adapting the competence-based approach in teaching future primary school teachers were analyzed and systematized.</p> Тetiana Vasіutina, Оlena Kondratiuk, Olga Lukianchenko, Alla Romanchuk, Tetiana Теslenko Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 18 jan 2022 18:02:15 -0300 The concept of "self-organization" in the context of modern education <p>The article focuses on the issue of developing the sixth universal competence proposed in the Federal State Educational Standard 3++, which aims at the development of self-organization skills – the ability to plan one’s activities in the short, medium, and long term and manage time with consideration of one’s capabilities and physical energy. The study offers an analysis of the results of a diagnostic study of the level of learning organization in students at a technical university. The authors propose their perspective on the concept of self-organization of learning. The stages of students’ self-organization of learning activities within the framework of the academic discipline “Fundamentals of self-organization and self-study” are identified as the motivational component, the personality component, the practical component, and the reflection component. The significance of the proposed stages is substantiated, and their content is disclosed. The main methods employed in the study include the theoretical methods of analysis, summarization, classification, and the study of psychological and pedagogical literature, and the empirical methods of observation, recording empirical data, statistical data processing, tests, and the interpretation of a person’s inner world. The results of the study can be of use to teachers and psychologists and be put into practice as part of psychological counseling for students.</p> Yana Vladimirovna Kryucheva, Irina Vasilievna Tolstoukhova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 29 jan 2022 15:15:04 -0300 Psychomotor development of preschoolers with speech pathologies by means of art therapy techniques <p>The article examines the concepts of “psychomotorics” and “psychomotor development” and gives their characterization in preschoolers with speech pathologies, as well as analyzes art therapy technologies as an instrument for psychomotor development of children in this group. The goal of the study is to develop the organizational and methodical aspects of the psychomotor development of preschool children with speech pathologies by means of art therapy technologies. The research is founded on the general scientific research methods of analysis, synthesis, comparison, and generalization, as well as a pedagogical experiment (ascertaining, formative, and control) and empirical data analysis. The data obtained in the study are processed in Excel by mathematical statistics methods. The data obtained in the course of the study give evidence of the positive dynamic of the psychomotor development of preschoolers with speech pathologies after the experimental work with the use of art therapy technologies. Research data confirms that specially organized work with the use of art therapy technologies allows increasing the level of psychomotor development in children with speech impairments. The developed materials can be used by teachers of preschool educational organizations to improve the level of psychomotor development of preschoolers with speech pathologies by means of art therapy techniques.</p> Svetlana Arkhipova, Olga Lazutkina Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 29 jan 2022 15:41:14 -0300 Formation of the culture of social relations in students based on the development of their personal social experience <p>The article presents provisions on the phenomenon of the personal socio-cultural experience of students and its role in the development of personality. The necessity and possibility of purposeful development of learners’ personal experience of social relations in the conditions of an educational organization to form the culture of social relations in the educational process participants, as well as the cultural competencies of students, are substantiated. The dependence of the development of students’ cultural competencies on the peculiarities of their personal experience of social relations is demonstrated; characteristics of some types of relevant experience are provided. A method for studying students’ personal cultural experience as the fundamental component of their cultural competencies and the process of forming a culture of social relations in an educational organization is developed.</p> Ekaterina Akishina, Irina Wagner, Natalya Kurbatova, Lyubov Savenkova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 29 jan 2022 16:09:19 -0300 State control (supervision) and the regulatory guillotine in the field of higher education in the Russian Federation <p>The purpose of the article is to characterize current status of state control (supervision) in higher education in accordance with the implementation of the regulatory guillotine measures. The results of the research led the authors to the following conclusions. First of all, foreign expertise results in understanding the necessity of lobbying by non-governmental organizations. Otherwise, state regulators will operate precisely in their interests. Secondly, current administrative regulation of higher education is based on an inefficient monitoring system with redundant permissions of the Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science (Rosobrnadzor). Thirdly, there is no reason to believe that the implementation the regulatory guillotine model can change the situation efficiently. It is more probable that the reduction of the intensity of control will lead to a net rise of latent offenses for educational institutions’ management. To eliminate these problems, the authors suggest implementing of monitoring system for the activities of higher educational establishment as well as for regulator’s actions with a monetization of these relations.</p> Maxim Kozyrev, Evgeniya Jukova, Polina Palekhova, Alexander Shumarov, Rinat Faizulin Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 31 jan 2022 18:36:50 -0300 Preparation of pedagogical university students for the organization of upbringing practices <p>The purpose of the paper is to test a model of practice-oriented training of pedagogical university students for the organization of upbringing practices. The study uses the methods of the theoretical (literature analysis, comparison, generalization, modeling) and empirical (pedagogical experiment, praximetric methods) levels and statistical processing of experimental data. The study is carried out in three stages. At the first stage, the state of the problem of practice-oriented training of teachers for upbringing work in pedagogical theory and practice is analyzed and a model of practice-oriented training of pedagogical university students for the organization of upbringing practices is developed. The second stage involves experimental approbation of the developed model. At the third stage, the obtained results are systematized, generalized, processed, and reported. The results of the study dive evidence of an increase in the level of pedagogical university students’ readiness for the organization of upbringing practices. The materials of the paper can be useful for scholars and teachers in educational organizations.</p> Svetlana Nikolaevna Gorshenina, Irina Borisovna Buyanova, Irina Alexandrovna Neyasova, Larisa Alexandrovna Serikova, Tatiana Ivanovna Shukshina Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 31 jan 2022 19:22:17 -0300 The influence of the development of the region and the level of education on the quality of life of the population <p>The systematic modernization of the national economy carried out in the last 20-25 years has contributed to the formation of new socio-economic conditions in which the main criterion for the economic development of the country is the high quality of life of the population. It is the quality of life that reflects the efficiency of work in society, serves as a source of national wealth, and is a factor in overcoming social and economic crises. The current state of the quality of life of the population needs a significant adjustment since the destructive consequences of the reforms carried out in the early 90s contributed not only to a significant differentiation of the population, a decrease in the quality of life of a significant proportion of the country's residents but also to the emergence of such a category as poverty. The problem is further complicated by the fact that the social and territorial differentiation of the population has been increasing in recent years. Effective quality of life monitoring system is required to identify these problems promptly.</p> Lyubov Morozova, Elena Karpova, Olga Kolosova, Olga Kulikova, Tatyana Suvorova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 31 jan 2022 20:15:06 -0300 The use of digital games in the professional training of social pedagogues: realities and perspectives <p>The article presents the possibilities of using digital games in the process of professional training of social educators. It was found that for the development of digital game-centered learning it is necessary to combine the efforts of public, private, charitable and public institutions and organizations that prepare for game design, training, organize exhibitions, competitions, festivals, which is the main direction of modern education as an important component. Competencies of the 21st century were talked about. It is determined that the use of computer games enhances the freedom of experiment, identity and social rewards, deepens personal experience by developing three basic needs for training motivation: competence (student feels the process of acquiring new knowledge and skills); autonomy (the student feels control over the educational process); interconnectedness (the student feels the connection with colleagues during the educational process). It is proved that the use of digital games in the professional training of social educators is an innovative and promising vector for the modernization of the educational process in modern higher education institutions as a whole.</p> Nadiia Chernukha, Lyudmila Tokaruk, Аlla Moskalenko, Maryna Vasylyeva-Khalatnykova, Alla Anatoliivna Zahorodnia, Larysa Davydivna Kostenko Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 31 jan 2022 20:49:46 -0300 Possibilities of educational technologies for forming the physical activity-related health competence of students in the course of distance learning <p>Youth’s health is currently considered at the level of universities: various programs and projects are implemented; teaching aids and methodological recommendations are introduced into the educational process. All this requires the development and use of new educational technologies to form the values-based attitude of students to their health. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the heads of many universities had to make a difficult decision to suspend the educational activities of their students, which requires quick adaptation to the new conditions. The study aims at determining the readiness of students to form physical activity-related health competence in the course of distance learning. The article provides an experimental assessment of students' readiness to form the physical activity-related health competence in the course of distance learning. The lack of it stipulates the need to determine specific activities to improve distance learning in physical education and sports. Consequently, the current need is to form the physical activity-related health competence of students, which ensures the improvement of their health and the possibility of realizing their potential abilities in the learning process.</p> Lidiia Pavlovna Mokrova, Irina Vladimirovna Evgrafova, Tatiana Vladimirovna Bogdanova, Antonina Vakulenko, Oksana Alekseevna Konnova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 20 fev 2022 16:45:34 -0300 An intersectional analysis of the revolutionary limits and potentialities of youtube videos from the anti-racist perspective of Rita Von Hunt on the “Tempero Drag” channel Título em inglês <p>This study investigated the limits and revolutionary potential of YouTube Channels that, through informal education, constitute anti-capitalist niches. Its general objective was to analyze videos released on the channel “Tempero Drag” that focus on the issue of incarceration and genocide perpetrated by the hands of the Brazilian State against black and poor children, adolescents and young people. From a specific point of view, it aimed to investigate the limits that the YouTube platform presents for access to content that favors a rational analysis of material reality, based on the intersectional methodological approach, with a view to overcoming capitalism; explore the video channel “Tempero Drag” with a focus on contributions to an anti-racist and revolutionary training; and analyze the videos of this channel with a view to their potential for social agitation towards a society whose foundations are not grounded in racism. For this, the 232 videos of the Channel were verified and of these, two were selected: a) Racism, white thing; and b) War on Drugs. The treatment of the videos was based on the intersectionality of the struggles of social movements. As main results, we found that one of the biggest limiting factors of social transformation on the left, through informal education, regimented on YouTube, within the limits of capitalism, even in niches of revolutionary power that have thousands of followers, are the people themselves. platform algorithms. Indeed, it is through the intersectionality of struggles that the revolution will be possible and not through the intersectionality of identities.</p> Ivanderson Pereira da Silva, Mayara Teles Viveiros de Lira, Lilian Kelly de Almeida Figueiredo Voss Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 24 fev 2022 15:06:11 -0300 Impact of MOOC on increasing student interest in the learning process in the context of blended learning <p>The present study aims to substantiate the necessity of using MOOCs in the learning process in higher education institutions, as well as to develop and describe the particular components of a method for using MOOCs in organizing blended learning. The article substantiates the relevance of using MOOCs in the conditions of blended learning and presents various approaches to the definition of MOOC and blended learning. The results of comparative analysis of world MOOC platforms, a model for the integration of a MOOC into the structure of an academic discipline, and the results of an empirical study of engaging students in the use of MOOCs in the conditions of blended learning are presented. MOOCs can be used at different stages of studying academic disciplines in higher education institutions: in laboratory classes or individual assignments, in the process of students’ independent work, their preparation for mid-term and final tests. The study concludes that MOOCs are advisable for use in the educational process and it is important to engage students to take them.</p> Tatiana Aleksandrovna Ivashkina, Valentina Nikolaevna Sidorenko, Elena Ivanovna Sukhova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 25 fev 2022 16:22:13 -0300 Discussion as a modern educational technology in teaching English <p>The main function of the education connected with foreign languages is to provide the learners with qualified knowledge according to their future carrier. The paper deals with the problem of methodological organization of teaching a foreign language in the form of a discussion. The discussion provides more opportunities for intellectual and creative development of schoolchildren through mastering their foreign language communicative competence. The chapter touches upon the peculiarities of competency-based approach, learning motivation and use of the discussion method in teaching. The responsibilities of a teacher at the stages of planning, moderating and the final stage are highlighted. Some examples of using the author’s learning materials in foreign language lessons are given. In the research process, the following methods were used: analysis and generalization of domestic and foreign pedagogical, psychological and methodological literature on the use of discussion in teaching foreign languages; study and generalization of the pedagogical experience of teachers of the Evseviev Mordovia State Pedagogical University on the use of discussion in teaching foreign languages; quantitative and qualitative data processing methods. The effective discussion is a good practice for English speaking students. It helps to develop students’ communication competence on all levels of language: phonetic, lexical and grammatical.</p> Andrey Aleksandrovich Vetoshkin, Svetlana Ivanovna Piskunova, Lyudmila Mikhailovna Boyarkina, Olga Aleksandrovna Nikishina, Elena Aleksandrovna Davydova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 25 fev 2022 19:24:28 -0300 Development of project activities for teachers and students of the education system <p>The main purpose of the article is to identify and analyze the main mechanisms for the development and improvement of project activities for teachers and students of the education system and a brief analysis of the content and structure and determination of an important condition for the development of pedagogical activities in connection with project activities. Changes in social life taking place in our time require the development of new methods of education, pedagogical technologies dealing with the individual development of the individual. It is necessary to develop students' ability to think independently, to acquire and apply knowledge. This is due to the introduction of methods and technologies into the educational process based on the design and research activities of students. To achieve this goal, it is necessary to highlight the essential attributes of activity, analyze various interpretations of project activities and concepts similar in content to it, determine the components of pedagogical activity, make a comparative analysis of pedagogical and project activities and prove that project activity is a condition for the development of pedagogical activity. As a result, the main mechanisms and techniques for the development and improvement of project activities for teachers and students of the education system&nbsp; were analyzed and investigated.</p> Liubov Chekhovska, Natalia Chernysh, Tetyana Ravchyna Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 12 mar 2022 22:25:34 -0300 Innovative pedagogical technologies in education system <p>The society in which we live is constantly evolving and changing. The modern world educational space is constantly being replenished with new content of knowledge, new qualifications. New spheres of relations are emerging, new specialties that form new disciplines. World higher education is undergoing reform. This led to the search for new forms and technologies of education. Harmonization of higher education in accordance with the requirements of the world space and standards, its development is carried out according to certain principles. This is, first of all, the priority introduction of innovative achievements in education and science. It is known that it is the innovative way of development of society that can ensure the formation of a generation of people who think and work in a new way. As a result, the main attention will be paid to the development of personality, cultural and communicative preparedness, the ability to independently acquire and develop knowledge, to form information and social skills. Considering this, the main purpose of the article is to study the main aspects of innovative pedagogical technologies in education system.</p> Valentina Pliushch, Svitlana Sorokun Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 12 mar 2022 19:23:14 -0300 The main pedagogical aspects of the formation of professional competence of students of physical culture <p>The main purpose of the article is to analyze, systematize and research the main pedagogical aspects of the formation of professional competence of students of physical culture. In modern conditions, the developing information society requires significant changes in the domestic education system, while creating for each person significant opportunities to receive information in the volume that he needs for self-development and self-improvement. At the same time, it is obvious that the transition to a new model of education excludes the passive role of participants in the educational process, since only an active position in obtaining knowledge will allow students to form “the ability to live and work in an information society”, to determine the individual trajectory of education. The increased requirements for the quality of education in the context of its structural restructuring and integration into the global educational space significantly change the level of social expectations in relation to the effectiveness of the entire complex of pedagogical sciences. For this, the methods of theoretical analysis of specialized literature in the field of introducing and improving the basic pedagogical technologies of the process of developing professional competence of students of physical culture were used. As a result of the study, the main modern trends and aspects the main pedagogical aspects of the formation of professional competence of students of physical culture were revealed.</p> Yevhen Prystupa, Fedir Muzyka, Svitlana Kryshtanovych, Vasyl Matviiv, Oksana Ilkiv Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 12 mar 2022 22:03:46 -0300 Challenges for teacher training: with the word teachers <p>This article aims to present some of the challenges faced by teachers to achieve higher education. The study showed an advance in public policies for teacher training from the 2000s and an increase in the number of teachers trained at a higher level in this period. Based on the assumptions of historical dialectical materialism and using a quantitative and qualitative methodology, a survey was conducted with teachers from a small municipality in the south-central Bahia and, it was evident that, in municipalities with this configuration, teachers are the main ones. responsible for their own training, in addition to facing challenges ranging from displacement to other cities, such as more serious issues such as granting or not aid according to political preferences, among others. Such a situation contradicts what is determined in the legal mechanisms and suggests the need for greater reach of public policies for this purpose.</p> Júlia Cecília de Oliveira Alves Ribeiro, Claudio Pinto Nunes Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 06:58:27 -0300 Preparing student teachers for the formation of socially significant values in preschoolers <p>In connection with the socio-political changes in the life of society, interest in the social aspects of raising children is increasing. Modernity puts the individual in conditions where, without the ability to quickly and adequately respond to reality, it is impossible to realize their own desires and ideas. Qualities such as the ability to manage one's behavior and communication methods, adherence to moral norms and rules in relationships with other people, the desire to be fair, responsible, tolerant, the ability to navigate new circumstances, to feel one's place among other people, to be guided by conscience as an internal moral authority, is the sphere of the child's social development Social development, which forms the context of ontogenesis, objectively directs it and determines the general content, which is the relationship between socialization and individualization that occurs in the process of activity. Thus, the main purporse of the study is to identify the key features of the process of preparing future educators for the formation of socially significant values ​​in preschool children. For this, the methods of theoretical research of specialized literature were used.</p> Sabina Ivanchuk, Yulia Kakhiani, Tetiana Hryboiedova, Hanna Bilychenko Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 07:29:17 -0300 Self-esteem and aggressiveness in students of a state educational institution in Puerto Maldonado, Peru <p>O objetivo da pesquisa foi determinar a relação entre autoestima e agressividade em alunos da sexta série do ensino fundamental de uma instituição de ensino estadual em Puerto Maldonado, Peru. A abordagem foi quantitativa, delineamento não experimental e nível correlacional. Os instrumentos de coleta de dados foram o Teste de Autoestima para Escolares e o Questionário de Agressão. Os resultados indicam que existe uma relação moderada, inversa e significativa entre a autoestima e a agressividade dos alunos, visto que o coeficiente de correlação rho de Spearman foi de -0,423 com valor de p inferior ao nível de significância (p&lt;0,05).</p> Karina Hurtado Barazorda, Edwin Gustavo Estrada Araoz, Néstor Antonio Gallegos Ramos Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 08:10:30 -0300 Educational and scientific potential: humanitarian challenges of the XX <p>The article reflects the key problems of humanitarian-scientific discourse characteristic of the modern educational environment. Sociocultural realities dictate new rules and conditions for the development of all spheres of social activity. The educational and scientific sphere is no exception, as a rule, which is rather vulnerable to various types of transformations. Globalization of the current civilizational progress as a strategic constant and a short-term, but significant impact on the values of society associated with the pandemic COVID-19 - had a direct impact on the processes in education and science. At present, the issues of transforming certain attitudes that will allow not to lose the educational-scientific potential, but to continue its development already in the new conditions are actualized. Among the fundamental shifts in the humanitarian sphere of modernity, we note increasing dynamism of educational process and scientific research (linear thinking demonstrates an inability to respond quickly to changes), the actualization of interdisciplinary discourse (challenges facing society are complex in their essence and to solve them. based on the integration of scientific knowledge), the influence of informatization of education and science on humanitarian and moral standards of these branches (application of new information and computer technologies.The article aims to develop a clear system of methodologically axiological settings in modern humanitarian-scientific discourse. The general scientific methodology was used to achieve the set tasks. Using the method of analysis, the main criteria for the proposed attitudes have been achieved. The philosophical-scientific methods of synergetics and dialectics allow evaluating the results and problem aspects of the implementation of value orientations to the humanitarian discourse of today.Practical elements of the obtained results of the article can be used as methodological recommendations for the working curricula at all educational levels and value components of scientific research. Consequently, dynamism, interdisciplinarity, integration, informatization, and humanization are the attitudes that contribute to the functioning of an effective system of education and science both in the global-civilization dimension and in the national-identity dimension.</p> Oksana Bohomaz, Nataliia Morska, Karolina Kasianenko, Iryna Romanova, Nadiia Bortnyk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 08:39:31 -0300 Pedagogical technologies for the development of students' professional competence <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the basic provisions of the use of pedagogical technologies for the development of students' professional competence. Improving the training of specialists requires finding effective ways to form students' systemic ideas about the object of their professional activity, the skills and abilities of its research, organization and management. One of the most pressing problems in the field of professional training is the formation of various aspects of the professional culture of specialists, which are an expression of the maturity and development of the entire system of socially significant qualities, is productively implemented in individual activities and is inextricably linked with their personal culture. During their studies at the university, students should receive comprehensive pedagogical training, a sincere interest in creative search and the formation of pedagogical professionalism. As a result of the study, the main trends, aspects and prospects of the use of pedagogical technologies for the development of students' professional competence were revealed.</p> Mariia Voloshyn, Маiya Babkina, Halyna Yaremko Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 09:17:42 -0300 Content and structure of professional competence of future teachers of fine arts <p>El artículo ofrece un análisis detallado de las definiciones de "competencia" y "aptitud" de un profesor de bellas artes y distingue las principales diferencias entre estos conceptos. Se generalizan las disposiciones teóricas relativas al contenido del concepto "competencia profesional de un profesor", que se considera una cualidad personal integral, que se manifiesta en la aplicación práctica de los conocimientos profesionales, la capacidad de resolver problemas de acuerdo con la dirección de la actividad, la voluntad de desempeñar sus funciones profesionales de acuerdo con las normas generalmente aceptadas de la educación moderna, aplicar y ampliar la experiencia vital y profesional, la interacción eficaz con colegas y estudiantes. Se determinaron y analizaron los componentes estructurales de la competencia profesional de un futuro profesor de bellas artes, a saber, artística y pedagógica, metodológica, politécnica, estética profesional, artística y estética, valor y visión del mundo, educativa y cognitiva y comunicativa. Se ha realizado un estudio para determinar el nivel de formación de las competencias pertinentes en los futuros profesores de bellas artes en el curso de la formación experimental.</p> Yaroslav Tsekhmister, Antonina Pak, Tetyana Nosachenko, Liudmila Daniluk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 00:00:00 -0300 Resist and advance in public education: contributions of historical-critical pedagogy <p>The study stems from the analysis of the 2016 Legal-Media-Parliamentary Coup that triggered a sharp crisis, mainly in the educational field. In view of this situation, it establishes dialogues with a counter-hegemonic pedagogical tendency: the Historical-Critical Pedagogy (PHC), proposing to answer what have been the contributions of the PHC to thinking about the public school in the context of crisis in Brazilian education. Through bibliographic research, the results indicate that, under a context of dismantling and vulnerabilities, the PHC is incorporated in educational debates and practices as an instrument of humanization, defending free public schools, omnilateral training, class struggle and the construction of an emancipatory praxis. As a pedagogical theory, PHC represents a fresh start in the face of the contestation of decontextualized curricula and processes, indicating the integration of individual/collective knowledge and universal knowledge, a movement conducive to the formation of articulated individuals in favor of social transformation.</p> Lucas de Vasconcelos Soares, Maria Lilía Imbiriba Sousa Colares, José Claudinei Lombardi Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 11:00:53 -0300 Features of formation of pedagogical competence of a university teacher in the leading countries of the world <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the main aspects of the formation of the pedagogical competence of a university teacher in leading countries. The idea of ​​forming a unified educational space as an integrative system in an information society has caused a change in the cognitive situation in science, which begins to acquire excessive subject diversity associated with an immense number of information flows and with the fact that knowledge acquires a new meaning in a post-industrial society. Modern information and telecommunication technologies have led to the emergence of new methods of cognition and communication, have significantly updated the research arsenal aimed at studying nature, culture, and society. In these conditions, the issue of professional development of scientific and pedagogical workers becomes especially acute. Taking this into account, an urgent need arose in universities to create conditions for professional competence, increase the requirements for the responsibility of teachers for the results of professional activities and improve the procedures for assessing the level of professional competence of scientific and pedagogical workers. As a result of the research, the most successful foreign experience of the process of forming the pedagogical competence of a university teacher was analyzed.</p> Yuriy Kozlovskiy, Oleksandr Iievliev, Oksana Mykytyuk, Tamara Tiurina, Dmytro Say Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 11:28:51 -0300 The system for assessing the quality of education in the universities of the leading countries of the world <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the most successful experience in the implementation of the education quality assessment system in the leading countries of the world. The world is constantly changing and developing. Together with it, we are changing, our ideas about the natural and anthropogenic environment, about our capabilities and needs are changing. We strive to know more, be able to do better, learn faster. And on this path, education is a powerful tool capable of changing the world. As a socio-cultural institution, education is acquiring new properties and characteristics. But the desire of people to form or receive education of the highest quality remains unchanged, especially in the context of systemic transformations. Universities have always been the main producers and providers of knowledge in society, but today they are recognized as the main generators of knowledge. In the context of global competition, a complex of interrelationships between high-quality higher education, scientific research both in the academic environment and outside it is becoming more important for ensuring the innovative and productive development of the state. As a result of the study, the most effective mechanisms for the implementation of the education quality assessment system in the leading countries of the world, as well as the most optimal methods for their adaptation, were analyzed.</p> Lilia Klochek, Lidiya Snitsarchuk, Emiliya Ohar Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 12:24:14 -0300 Formation of multicultural competence of preschool children <p>The peculiarities of the development of the modern globalized world indicate the need to address the field of culture as an important principle of raising children from preschool age. The purpose of the article is to analyze the formation of the foundations of multicultural competence of preschool children in Ukraine. The objectives of the study are: to investigate the features of the theoretical perception of multiculturalism in the modern Ukrainian pedagogical system, to interpret empirical material on the attitude to multiculturalism among the surveyed parents and preschool children. The research is based on the use of theoretical research methods, including analysis, synthesis, induction and deduction, concretization, comparison, abstraction. Also, the study was formed as a result of using a statistical method, which consisted of qualitative analysis of experimental data. The results show that the multicultural development environment is an integrated category, which includes various areas of activity of the preschooler, so it is important to provide special conditions, a stable psychological atmosphere. The work on the basis of empirical material summarizes the favorable attitude of preschool children to foreigners and the desire of parents to deepen this program. According to our author's definition, multicultural education should be understood as the process of assimilation by preschoolers of values and experiences of other ethnic groups in the region where they live, with special emphasis on the study of their cultural achievements and national characteristics.</p> Iryna Rudnytska-Yuriichuk, Olha Kurhannikova, Olena Demchenko, Hanna Tolchieva, Oksana Holiuk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 14 mar 2022 12:47:36 -0300 A The interiorization of graduate studies in the south of the Amazonas: rights, impacts and challenges <p>The installation of public higher education in the interior of the State of Amazonas is recent or, if you like, late. The result of this state policy has its cultural and social as well as economic and political consequences. The southern region of Amazonas, the locus from which we do this study, comprises a vast territory with needs for qualified service in various areas. Higher education, at the stricto sensu postgraduate level, is yet another very important tool to provide opportunities and qualify professionals, especially those who work in basic education. The Postgraduate Program in Science and Humanities Teaching (PPGECH) at the Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM), object of this reflection, is the only PPG in the interior of the State of Amazonas directed towards the qualification of professionals working in education since 2017. Thus, this reflection seeks to highlight the elements that involve the history of PPGECH, the importance of interiorization, since all courses were located in the capital Manaus, the impacts on the teaching area, from a cultural, economic and social perspective, as well as international relations, with the presence of students from other countries.</p> Valmir Flores Pinto, Elizabeth Tavares Pimentel, Rosangela Carvalho da Costa Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 15 mar 2022 21:32:32 -0300 Career orientations of future specialists: factors of organizational culture <p>At present, the issues of professional development and professionalization of representatives of socionomic professions, the distinctive feature of which is serving other people, are relevant and practically significant. The study used a complex of psychodiagnostic techniques that allowed us to study the prevailing type of organizational culture of medical organizations (R. Harrison's questionnaire, adapted by S.A. Lipatov), the preferences of medical workers in building their professional careers (the ideas about a competitive medical worker (semantic differential - 16 opposite personality characteristics). The results of the study allow us to say that the type of organizational culture of a medical organization largely determines the views of medical workers about a competitive personality as a representative of medical professions and determines the orientation in their careers. To support the professional career of representatives of socionomic professions, it is necessary to develop and implement special programs aimed at forming the organizational culture of the organization, its orientation towards the development of the personality of each employee.</p> Tatiana Bonkalo, Elena Volodarskaya, Andrey Malyshev, Tatyana Maskayeva, Angela Romanova, Regina Zhevak Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 15 mar 2022 20:58:51 -0300 School daily life in times of pandemic: perceptions of professionals of the public education system of Rio de Janeiro <p>The Covid-19 pandemic brought changes and need for adaptation in the educational sector, especially in public schools. The study aimed to analyze the statements of teachers/professionals in the public network about the access by both students and education professionals to the World Wide Web and digital teaching platforms. The data was collected from March to August 2020, in the Facebook Social Network, in posts and comments from groups open and intended for education professionals from the Public Network of the State and Municipalities of Rio de Janeiro. The data were analyzed using the Iramuteq software, constituting a corpus with 1,086 text segments and a 91.07% utilization rate. The results were presented in two thematic areas (a) remote teaching with three classes: remote teaching modality, conditions of access to technology and union organization and (b) pandemic in the school context with three classes: safety measures for the return and school structure, concern with the preservation of life and school as a place of risk and propagation of the virus. Education professionals showed concern about the possibility of contamination in face of the physical conditions of school units and the exclusion of access to remote activities for most students.</p> Renata Cristina Barreto Pinto, Patricia Lorena Quiterio Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 15 mar 2022 22:51:00 -0300 Innovative technologies of vocational guidance work in higher medical educational institutions (Ukrainian and foreign experience) <p>O artigo destaca a experiência da organização de orientação profissional em instituições médicas ucranianas e estrangeiras de ensino superior. Hoje dita novas realidades para a campanha de atracção de candidatos à profissão médica e a escolha de uma maior especialização por parte dos estudantes de medicina. A globalização e a informatização oferecem novas oportunidades para as universidades publicitarem os seus serviços educativos. Entre as principais tecnologias inovadoras de orientação profissional, destacam-se os seguintes algoritmos de inteligência artificial, criação de um novo tipo de conteúdo informativo envolvendo novas tecnologias de informação e comunicação, manutenção activa de páginas em redes sociais, publicidade nos media, publicidade direccionada, comunicação directa com mentores e administradores. A pandemia COVID-19 fez os seus ajustamentos, aumentando a quota de recursos da Internet como formato de orientação profissional tanto externa (escolas, faculdades) como interna (departamentos universitários e hospitais onde fazem estágios). O artigo fornece uma análise comparativa e dinâmica do número de estudantes durante os últimos três anos em diferentes universidades da Ucrânia e em diferentes especialidades. O objectivo do trabalho é analisar a eficácia da orientação profissional, tendo em conta o envolvimento de tecnologias inovadoras e a previsão de grupos promissores de agitação na universidade de medicina e a escolha dos estudantes de uma especialidade específica no sistema de saúde. A manutenção activa de páginas populares entre os jovens de especialidades médicas (medicina, psicologia médica, odontologia) contribui para uma melhor comunicação aos níveis: aplicant-universidade, estudante-universidade, mestre (bacharelato) - empregador. As tecnologias da informação permitem fornecer prontamente aos candidatos ao ensino superior informações relevantes sobre as disposições da campanha de admissão, a organização do processo educativo e as tradições da universidade, as peculiaridades do emprego posterior. Além disso, a inteligência demonstra a diferença nas abordagens à organização do cluster de agitação nas universidades ucranianas e nas universidades estrangeiras.<br><br></p> Hanna Yurievna Budko, Ivakhniuk Tatiana, Kiptenko Ludmyla, Hrebenyk Liudmyla, Karpenko Lyudmila Ivanovna Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 24 mar 2022 19:06:06 -0300 Aspects of readiness of higher education teachers for continuing professional development <p>The article highlights the necessity to increase attention to the formation of the readiness of teachers of higher education institutions for continuing professional self-improvement<strong>. </strong>The readiness of teachers for professional self-improvement is considered a multifaceted personal-professional formation, structurally represented by the unity of functionally interconnected components: motivational-value, organizational-activity; emotional and volitional; information-cognitive, reflexive-evaluative. The criteria for diagnosing this phenomenon are differentiated: awareness of the necessity for purposeful continuing professional self-improvement; theoretical training, the level of professionally oriented knowledge, practical and operational training, the formation of practical skills and abilities of professional self-improvement. A set of individual psychological qualities important for continuing professional self-improvement and future professional activity in general; focus on self-analysis, self-assessment of professional improvement are analyzed. The levels of teachers’ readiness for continuing professional self-improvement are determined and characterized: critical, passive, basic, optimal, creative. We also defined several&nbsp; aspects of analysis and self-analysis of professional activity, training through the organization of personality-oriented interactive activities, updating teachers’ professional experience, ensuring a selective attitude to problems, educational material, focusing on the formation and implementation of the program of personal and professional self-development.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Tetiana Potapchuk, Dmutro Prima, Levchuk Yana, Zahorodnii Serhii, Ruslana Roslavets, Raisa Prima Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 24 mar 2022 19:46:47 -0300 Development of media culture of preschoolers and primary school children <p>In the article theoretical and practical aspects of the formation and development of media culture of preschool and primary school children are highlighted. The authors consider the technologies in the broadest sense (radio, television, satellites, mobile phones, landlines, network equipment and software, etc.), through which the child receives the most diverse information. Positive and negative factors of influence of the media environment on its social formation are singled out. Emphasis is placed on the phenomena of cyberbullying that take place in the information environment, and pedagogical cooperation of teachers, parents and the community to combat virtual child violence. The relevance of the formation of the child’s media culture is emphasized and the connection of this definition with such concepts as: media literacy, media competence, media security, media awareness, media immunity, media socialization, media environment and others is determined. A conceptual model of the media’s influence on the child’s social competence and pedagogical recommendations for the practical solution of the outlined problem are presented. The results of an empirical study to study the level of media culture of preschool children by cognitive, emotional and behavioral criteria are presented.</p> Olena Budnyk, Inna Konovalchuk, Ivan Konovalchuk, Iryna Onyschuk, Oksana Domanyuk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 24 mar 2022 20:16:10 -0300 Psychic illness in young university students <p>Studies alert to the significant increase in recent decades of young people with mental disorders and suicide attempts. Most mental disorders among adolescents and young people are undiagnosed and untreated, with suicide being one of the main causes of death among young people aged 15 to 29 years. The university has been facing several problems with students' mental illness, such as increased use of psychotropic drugs, high demand for psychological care provided by the institution, school dropouts, severe mental disorders and even attempted suicide. Thus, this study aimed to survey the studies of the last five years (2016-2021) on the subject. The following keywords were used for the search: mental health; College students; mental illness, and 22 studies were selected. As a result, we observed that there is a significant number of mentally ill young people, with high rates of psychotropic medication use, in addition to alcohol and drug consumption. We also show that some higher education institutions have developed pilot studies with different approaches to meet this demand from sick students. However, there are still few studies, and there is no support from the institution's own management, as well as a lack of professionals and financial resources.</p> Fabrício Duim Rufato, Elisabeth Rossetto, Nickson Willian Vedigal Wilkon Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 24 mar 2022 20:54:00 -0300 Inclusion for whom? The struggle of families for schooling deaf students <p>Researchs about family, school and inclusion reveals that deaf inclusion policies have changed in Brazil since the 2000s. This research had as general objective analyzed how the school and family’s relation is configured in the process of inclusion of deaf students in a city in the countryside of Minas Gerais. From a qualitative perspective, the research preferred on the comprehensive interview to two mothers of deaf students from popular layers and the questionnaire applied to two directors and two teachers selected from two schools in the city. It was concluded that, although these students are protected by the laws, they are not being fulfilled. So this, schools and families do their best to include these students within the possibilities available, however, the schooling process still presents many obstacles and has caused frustration and a feeling of powerlessness for deaf students and their families.</p> Renata Lena de Lourdes Ferreira, Rosa Maria da Exaltação Coutrim, Marco Antonio Torres Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 24 mar 2022 21:19:11 -0300 Features of the development of primary education in the context of the impact of COVID-19 <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the features of the development of primary education under the influence of COVID-19. Competently oriented primary education is a response to the challenges of modern society, to the requirements of new information progress. The crisis caused by a dangerous new coronavirus required urgent measures to reduce the risks of the spread of infection in various areas of people's lives and activities. In the field of primary education, an urgent transfer of the educational process to a distance form using e-learning technologies was chosen as such a measure. Such an attitude, in principle, corresponds to the current level of accessibility of digital technologies for the majority of the world's population. In addition, the vast majority of educational institutions, in accordance with accreditation requirements, must have an Internet connection, which is the basic criterion for assessing the ability of a school to work remotely using digital technologies. As a result of the study, the main prerequisites for the development of primary education under the impact of COVID-19 were identified.</p> Svitlana Kryshtanovych, Yuliia Sych, Nataliia Mashtakova, Nataliia Mordovtseva Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 25 mar 2022 14:45:47 -0300 Educational violence: a systematic review <p>This article aims to map the main educational violence in the period from 2015 to 2020, in the scientific database of the Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology - IBICT. It is the result of a systematic review. The main authors identified in the research works, in order of recurrence, were: Abramovay (2002), Fante (2005), Lopes Neto (2005), Debarbieux (2001, 2002), Charlot (2002), Antunes (2010), Silva (2010), Bourdieu (2014), Franco (2014), Beane (2010), Priotto (2006), Michaud (2001), Sardenberg (2007), Rossato and Rossato (2013), Tudisco (2011), Laterman (2000), Sposito (2001). Also, it was verified the most recurrent types of educational violence, the institutions by State that produced the most research on the subject, the prevention and confrontation strategies of educational violence in the 24 scientific works (18 dissertations and six theses). Abramovay is the author with more recurrence in productions, quoted in 16 of the 24 studies studied. In summary, it was possible to perceive the contributions of the authors mentioned above in understanding the complex phenomenon of violence, the plurality of terms on school violence and its causes and consequences of violence in the lives of children and adolescents.</p> Mareli Eliane Graupe, Fabíola Pereira Machado da Silva, Rafaella de Mattos Maurente Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 30 mar 2022 18:22:32 -0300 Features of practical training of students (future social teachers) at universities <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the features and prospects of practical training of students (future social teachers) at universities. At the present stage, pedagogical education in each country, while maintaining the acquired national experience, is being reformed and is gradually entering the world educational space. The training of specialists for the socio-pedagogical sphere at universities began relatively recently. In this regard, and the specifics of the process of formation and development of the profession, the practical training of social teachers is focused on the formation of the necessary professional skills, the formation of sustainable motivation for active professional activity. In the process of professional growth and development of the competence of a social pedagogue, socio-pedagogical practice is inferior in its significance, perhaps, only directly to the practical activity itself. This type of practical training, along with the theoretical aspects of training, provides the student-trainee not only with practical skills, but also with individual, long-term consultations - conversations with a mentor. As a result of the study, the main aspects of the practical training of students (future social teachers) at universities were identified.</p> Zoriana Gontar, Liubov Say, Mariia Pochynkova, Oksana Parfyonova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 31 mar 2022 12:01:30 -0300 Socio-pedagogical aspects of inclusive education of children in schools <p>The article aims at comparison the impact of traditional and inclusive educational processes on the quality of life of children with ASD. All countries observe a tendency to increase the number of children with special educational needs. A special category is children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Such children are characterized by a pronounced lack of social interaction and ability to communicate. Therefore, it is important to investigate whether the processes of adaptation of such children in the conditions of inclusion and traditional education in special institutions will be equally effective. Such research remains relevant due to the lack of clear recommendations on how to organize the learning process and content saturation of individual training programs, as well as physical education tools that are effective in treatment and correction to improve the quality of life of program participants. As a result, all the features of the pedagogical process and socio-pedagogical support of children with special needs in schools were studied.</p> Larysa Kozibroda, Iryna Turchyk, Nataliia Mukan, Iryna Sadova, Svitlana Stepanyuk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 31 mar 2022 12:18:03 -0300 Ludic digital culture: reflections on the habits of students of the education course in LD <p>This text aims to reflect on technological culture and digital habits in the context of Contemporary Higher Education and to analyze critically the perceptions of the students of the EaD School of Teaching at a University, with regard to play habits (games) in the light of new technological devices. The text is justified by the complexity of the culture of information and communication as sensory extensions of individuals, and, above all, in the educational field. The methodology, of a quantitative-qualitative nature, is a theoretical bibliographical and exploratory study with the application of a questionnaire to 310 students from different poles/units of Brazil. As a result, it is necessary to (re) think about the technological scenario governed by the playful digital culture and its impact on the training process of the students from Higher Education, specifically the Pedagogy Course, in favor of a new configuration of the look beyond the instrumentality of the technique, but as an educational, interactive and playful possibility of those involved.</p> Anderson Jorge Marcolino Pinheiro, Luciane Guimaraes Batistella Bianchini, Marta Regina Furlan de Oliveira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 31 mar 2022 12:53:14 -0300 Psychological and pedagogical features: the use of digital technology in a blended learning environment <p>The article highlights the problems of the digitalization of the educational process, which affect the pedagogical cluster and are of a psychological nature. The authors investigate the transformational changes in education in general and the individual beliefs of each subject of the educational process, caused by both the change in the format of learning (distance, mixed), and the use of new technologies (digital, communication). The purpose of the article is to identify the strategic trend of the educational process, which is a synergistic combination of pedagogical methodology and psychological practice and avoiding dialectical opposition of these components of the educational space. At the same time, it should be noted that the introduction of digital technologies in the educational process allows for short-term difficulties, which is a usual phenomenon for innovations in the educational sphere. Consequently, there is a need to differentiate the fundamental problems and temporary shortcomings that are inherent in the new format of learning (pedagogical features). Based on the awareness of this classification, it is necessary to develop psychological techniques that will prevent a negative reaction to the new models of learning and contribute to a painless moral and spiritual adaptation to the realities of the present (psychological characteristics). The methods used in the study are divided into two main groups: general-scientific, which investigates the pedagogical component (synergetic, analysis, structural and typological methods), and general-scientific, which are characterized by psychological direction (dialectics, observation, and comparative analysis). With the help of methods disclosed psychological and pedagogical features of the process of digitalization of education in a mixed learning environment. The result of the study is to develop and carry out methodological constants that will contribute to the synergy for the new pedagogical components (digital technology) and the psychological disposition to their proper use (awareness of the effectiveness of new technologies). So, the digitalization of education has demonstrated its relevance and effectiveness in the pedagogical dimension in the organization of blended and distance learning under the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic. The task of the psychological cluster is to substantiate the positive aspects of the digitalization of the educational process.</p> Nataliia Volkova, Tamara Poyasok, Svitlana Symonenko, Yuliia Yermak, Hanna Varina, Anna Rackovych Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 11:15:36 -0300 The unity and interrelation of the educational, upbringing, and developmental functions of the learning process in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic <p>The article deals with the problem of unity and interrelation of educational, educative, and developmental functions of the educational process in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors substantiated the productivity of the attempt to study the unity and interrelation of educational, upbringing, and developmental functions of the educational process under the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. The authors used a survey of 189 respondents, scientific and pedagogical workers of higher education, as an experimental method of research: National University of Culture and Arts (Kyiv, Ukraine); Vinnytsia Institute of Trade and Economics of Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics, (Vinnytsia, Ukraine); Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University (Vinnytsia, Ukraine); Zaporizhia National University (Zaporizhia, Ukraine); Alexander Dovzhenko Hlukiv (National Pedagogical University) (Hlukiv, Ukraine). The problem of the unity of educational, upbringing, and developmental function of the learning process in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic was considered based on the elaborated sources of foreign and domestic scientists. An empirical study was carried out, which helped to determine the situation in 2021 in retrospect of the considered problem. It is concluded that the unity and interrelation of educational, pedagogical, and developing functions of the learning process in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic are the key factors of identity formation because its formation is possible only in the context of dialogical and man-centered models of education, where it is fully possible to take into account the anthropological characteristics of man, in particular his need for dialogue as communication. The authors point out that in the article scientific and pedagogical employees prefer the distance form of education because they believe that it is possible to use more various platforms and services for training and education of higher education applicants. The data of the empirical study showed that the majority of educators believe that the educational function of the learning process under the COVID-19 pandemic has changed for the better because the applicants have become more self-organized and disciplined, tired and eager to learn new material through various Internet resources. It has been observed that academic educators show indicators of improvement in their competencies during practice in the COVID-19 pandemic. The study found that educators use a variety of online tools to work with applicants, such as: Zoom, Classtime, Google Meet, and others.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Inna Koreneva, Nataliia Havryliuk, Valentyn Lihus, Hanna Chorna, Svitlana Liulchak Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 12:00:25 -0300 The contribution of child education on the social skills’ repertory of children of 4 and 5 years old <p>The objective of this study is to comprehend the effects of the pedagogical proposals and socioeconomic contexts on the repertoire of social skills of children of 4 and 5 years old from two Child Education institutions, one public and one private from the city of Ipiaú-Bahia. The methodological path was inspired in exploratory and qualitative research. The data was generated through the analysis of the Political Pedagogical Project of each institution, field journal and semi structured interview. The informations generated through field and documental research, from the categories: Child Education, social skills and socioeconomic context allowed to know the potentialities, the gaps and the contradictions of the theme of social skills in Child Education in that context. The results of the researches indicate that the notion of social skills is relatively new in the area of education and less spread. As much in educational reality as in legislation, social skills, even not being recognized and worked as such are present in an indirect way. It was also verified that there is no distinction between the repertory of social skills from children enrolled in Child Education in distinct socioeconomic and pedagogic proposals. The repertory of social skills of the children is influenced by the familiar, educational and religious context, by the social support nets, and others.</p> Sara Tannus Vieira, Celso Kraemer Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 12:28:13 -0300 Linguistic innovations in the educational process of universities <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the main features and prospects of linguistic innovations in the educational process of universities. An important distinguishing feature of the current stage of development, characterized by the integration and globalization of the world system in various spheres of human life and activity, is the expanding process of informatization. In the conditions of the information society, modern information and communication technologies are a vital professional tool, the mastery of which determines the need of a person as a specialist in the labor market. New economic conditions determine the type of communication in which a person must master at least one foreign language. Practical knowledge of a foreign language is one of the most important characteristics of a specialist of any profile. Therefore, linguistic education occupies one of the leading positions in the general system of education and professional training of specialists. As a result of the study, the relevance of introducing linguistic innovations in the educational process of universities, as well as the main mechanisms of these processes, was analyzed.</p> Olesia Tieliezhkina, Liana Naumenko, Oksana Zhyglo, Маiya Babkina, Mariia Voloshyn Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 12:55:19 -0300 Technological resources in bilingual education for deaf students <p>Digital technologies present many possibilities to enhance the teaching and learning processes of deaf and hearing students. An example of this are the technological didactic games, which can contribute to learning and digital and social inclusion. Using strategies that promote the inclusion of deaf students is currently a latent need.&nbsp; Thus, this paper aims to study the use of playful resources structured with the Power Point tool in the process of acquisition of Portuguese language in a bilingual proposal with sign language. This study aims to analyze the contribution of technological didactic games in the process of acquisition of Portuguese Language, by high school students, in a classroom context composed of deaf and hearing students, in a school located in the city of Timon, in the state of Maranhão. It is a field research, of exploratory and qualitative nature, which also investigates the representation of deaf culture in the didactic games used, and the contribution of technological resources in educational contexts that do not have access to the internet. To achieve the objectives, in addition to bibliographic references, it was made observation of the classes with the use of games and application of semi-open questionnaire for analysis. The results show that digital games promote engagement and motivation for learning, and that playfulness provides the creation of a more empathetic and inclusive environment.</p> Lílian de Sousa Sena, Ilka Márcia Ribeiro de Souza Serra, Eliane Schlemmer Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 13:12:55 -0300 The main aspects of teaching in the context of the development of the educational environment and culture at universities <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the main aspects of teaching in the context of the development of the educational environment and culture at universities. At all times and in all cultural traditions, there was a special respect for the teacher. After all, a teacher is not only a carrier and distributor of knowledge, but also an educator of value and moral guidelines in a person's life. Thus, it can be said that a teacher/educator/ is a kind of "educator of the soul" of a person. With this in mind, it is the role of the teacher that is key in the process of organizing the educational environment and culture at the university. For this, general theoretical and specific methods of theoretical research of the most advanced literary sources were used. In addition, a survey was conducted among students of a higher educational institution about the role a teacher plays in the process of organizing the educational environment and culture at the university. As a result of the study, the main aspects of teaching in the context of the development of the educational environment and culture at universities were analyzed and systematized.</p> Ganna Taran, Dmytro Chornomordenko, Nataliia Bondarenko, Danylo Bohatyrov, Mykola Spiridonov Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 13:34:35 -0300 Managing the pedagogical culture of university teachers in the context of the impact of COVID-19 <p>The main purpose of the article is to study the features of the pedagogical culture of university teachers in the context of the impact of COVID-19. New trends in education that emerged at the turn of the second and third millennia, the emergence of new paradigms of education, a new system of social values and goals of education, its dialogue with human culture as its creator and subject capable of cultural self-education, stimulated a special interest in the study of the phenomenon of "pedagogical culture" and its components. The events taking place in the world as a result of the spread of the coronavirus infection COVID-19 refer to a global emergency of a nature. Of course, in these forced conditions, it is difficult for teachers to simultaneously master new methods and tools of distance learning, develop methodological support for the disciplines taught, or transform it into a digital form and immediately introduce it into the educational process. As a result of the study, the main trends in the development of modern pedagogical culture of university teachers in the context of the impact of COVID-19 were identified.</p> Tetyana Pakhomova, Iryna Matvieienko, Halyna Khavarivska, Tetiana Shulha Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 15:19:43 -0300 Digital teaching competences for m-learning in basic education <p>The purpose of this article is to present the teaching digital skills necessary for the development of m-learning in basic education. These skills help in planning school activities, creating possibilities for teaching and learning through mobile devices. A case study was carried out during a distance extension course offered to 40 professors, belonging to two public universities in the south of the country, with 20 participants from each institution. Data collection was carried out in 2021/1, for 6 weeks, through activities available in the virtual learning environment Rooda, including the mapping of digital teaching skills. As a result, eight digital teaching skills for m-learning were identified. These are pointed out by the course participants and considered relevant to guide teachers both in planning and in teaching practices with the use of mobile devices, enhancing the teaching and learning process of students and innovation in basic education.</p> Anna Helena Silveira Sonego, Patricia Alejandra Behar Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 15:33:23 -0300 Formation of ecological competence of future biology teachers in the process of professional training <p>The article highlights the issue of forming the ecological competence of the future biology teacher, based on global violations of the global ecosystem, the devaluation of the importance of preserving the environment, its resources, role in life and human health. It is emphasized that the sustainable development of society involves determining the value priorities of establishing the responsibility of each individual citizen and society as a whole for the consequences of environmental activities in order to preserve and protect the environment. The importance of continuous environmental education, in particular in pedagogical educational institutions, has been established.</p> Khrolenko Maryna, Mehem Olesya, Kushakova Iryna, Kurilchenko Iryna Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 15:56:57 -0300 Problematizing identities and differences: notes post-modern, “(pos)critical” and post-structuralist the school and the curriculum <p>This article is&nbsp; based on&nbsp; a correlation of bibliographic sources under a qualitative approach, influenced by postmodern society and poststructuralist discussions of knowledge in their descriptions and analyses. Concepts and effects of identities and differences are discussed, as well as their possible conformations in the postmodern school and in the “(post)critical” and poststructuralist curriculum. It is concluded that in post-modernity, the subject assumes different identities from different influences, and the school is an important place for the problematization and construction of this movement, including inside the power relations towards difference. A "(post)critical" curriculum is defended, which does not oppose critical pedagogies and post-critical pedagogies, nor constrain their possible approaches and potential against hegemonic, fighting against social injustices and fostering (trans)formations and/or pluralization of identities . Furthermore, in this curriculum, in addition to broadly considering postmodern issues, post-structuralist issues are also considered, especially with regard to schools and the curriculum itself as practices of meaning and representation.</p> Galdino Rodrigues de Sousa, Marcos Antônio Rossi Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 03 abr 2022 16:08:23 -0300 Pedagogical conditions for the development of performing skills by clarnetists in distance learning conditions <p>The article is devoted to the pedagogical problem of creating conditions for the performing skills development among clarinet students in the context of distance learning. The relevance of the research topic lies in the fact that in the format of distance learning to play the clarinet, pedagogical conditions are needed that differ from traditional methods. The clarification of these issues with the help of empirical research will bring research in this area to a new methodological level. The research materials are evaluation sheets of pedagogical observation in two groups of 1st year students of the music university in distance learning. The general sample of students was 750 people. The representative sample was 75 people selected by mechanical sampling. The research methodology is based on a systematic approach and includes the methods of the general scientific group (analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction); as well as special methods: content analysis of scientific literature, the method of included pedagogical observation, the method of statistical analysis. All obtained qualitative results were converted into a quantitative format and processed using the special program. As a result, the author came to the following conclusions: for the successful formation of performing skills in playing the clarinet, it is necessary to create an interactive environment, use digital technologies and clearly set educational tasks, the solution of which contributes the development of performing skills by students.</p> Zhang Hao Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 25 abr 2022 10:11:51 -0300 Prison education in Brazil: state-of-the-knowledge <p>This work presents an overview of recent scientific production on prison education in Brazil. Thereunto, a survey was carried out in the CAPES theses and dissertations catalog, achieving 15 works published in 2019 and 2020. Initially, the main elements of each work (justification, methodology, theoretical references, and results) were analyzed, from which was possible identify convergences and divergences, further most recurrent issues in discussions. Thereby, it was possible identify that analyzed researches focused on characterization of prison education in Brazil and its conditions, on experience reports and faced challenges, and on pointing possible paths to overcome these challenges. The study concludes that in general analyzed researches point to limitations that pedagogy in prison system imposes, also identified in non-prison contexts, and proposes a reflection on the relation between the teaching organization system and these limitations.</p> Francisco Carneiro Braga, Josélia Euzébio da Rosa Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 07 mai 2022 12:00:30 -0300 Education in times of change: the contributions of the laboratory project for the new times (PLNT) <p>This article aims to report the possibilities of change in school practices of the Project Laboratory of New Times - (PLNT), linked to the formative actions of the NGO - CEAP (Centre for Studies and Pedagogical Advice), based in Salvador da Bahia. The Laboratory is dedicated to the construction of innovative methodologies, appropriating itself to a pedagogical practice centred on creativity, protagonism, self-didacticism, problem-solving capacity and autonomy in students' learning. We used a qualitative methodology. It was found that the project's formative actions broke the traditional practices and played an active role in the socio-political reality of the students, connecting all pedagogical actions with global events. The pedagogical action of learning with technological mediation, valued the students' socio-educational context and their possibilities of emancipation.</p> Gilvando Inácio de Oliveira, José Paulo Gomes Brazão Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 08 mai 2022 12:16:43 -0300 Analysis of modern systems for electronic control of knowledge of future specialists of pharmaceutical profile based on moodle: problems and prospects of improvement <p>Development of methodological and axiological settings that contribute to the effectiveness of modern systems of knowledge control of pharmaceutical students in the system Moodle. The synergetic philosophical-scientific method was applied to provide a versatile consideration of the problems of using distance learning format. Demonstrated the active use of the Moodle learning environment by pharmacy students of these institutions of higher education. Elements, by means of which knowledge control was carried out, confirmed its effectiveness, since the results of knowledge assessment of students conducted in Moodle mostly coincided with the examinations and qualification examinations (in particular, KROK). Among the key guidelines, we note openness, implying the comprehensibility of tasks; dynamism, providing the possibility of changing or adjusting control tasks; the educational and pedagogical value of control forms, forming an effective system of assessment of knowledge and skills of students; compliance with moral and psychological standards when conducting control in the distance learning system Moodle. Prospects for further research we see the creation of an international unified system of control of the relevant branches of knowledge (in our case - pharmaceutical specialty) based on the initial environment Moodle.</p> Yevgen Diiev, Iryna Radziievska, Mykhailo Sherman, Alla Kulichenko, Svitlana Vovk, Maryna Biriukova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 08 mai 2022 12:40:27 -0300 Psycholinguistic dimensions of personal interaction between subjects of educational space in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic <p>The study aimed to analyze the psycholinguistic dimension of the personal interaction of the subjects of the educational space in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. For this purpose, a model was built to assess the influence of distance learning in an electronic environment or other unconscious forms on the effectiveness of school education. Through the study, the main factors influencing the effectiveness of learning at the school, class, and individual level (students, teachers, and parents) were identified and analyzed. A logical assessment framework model was created linking the resource provision of the educational distance process, organization and flow of learning processes, accessibility of the system of adaptation, and support for learning and achievement of results for students, teachers, parents, and school. The study provides an opportunity for a broader diagnosis of the effectiveness of education in the education system. It can facilitate data-driven decision-making to ensure adaptability and improve the effectiveness of the educational process to reduce inequality, ensure equal opportunities for quality education, ensure the sustainability of acquired knowledge and skills, and reduce the risk of dropping out of school in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.</p> Hanna Truba, Yuliya Boyko, Olga Rakhimova, Yanina Kambalova, Victoria Shevchuk Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 08 mai 2022 13:17:23 -0300 Pedagogic experiences in a school contract project: the Scenic Afro-Brazilian Dance <p>We analyze, in this article, the production of knowledge in the teaching and learning relationships with the Afro-Brazilian Scenic Dance (ABSD) created in the daily life of the after-school project of a municipal public school in Vitória/ES. The investigation takes place from field observations for master's research. We selected pedagogical experiences carried out by a teacher in Physical Education with ABSD, whose actions involve aspects that relate the figures of learning proposed by Charlot (2000) and which consist of a challenge for the area. The analyses dialogue with the relationship with knowledge in Physical Education and ethnic-racial issues. The analyzes dialogue with the relationship with knowledge in Physical Education and ethnic-racial issues, since the approach to this content consists of a cultural element influenced by African culture in Brazil. The interrelationship between the ways of learning can provide experiences and opportunities for relationships with knowledge. We consider that the experiences collaborate to face the challenge of the area of ​​interconnecting the figures of learning without discarding the specificity of the field of action in the school.</p> Darlene Rocha, Felipe de Almeida Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 14 mai 2022 17:31:59 -0300 Gender and decoloniality: perceptions about being a woman in the narrative of young graduates from the basic education network of Santana-AP <p>This article aims to present partial results of qualitative research for a master's degree in education, with a narrative bias, with an emphasis on the debate on gender and decoloniality. Three young graduates from the basic education network in the city of Santana-AP, aged between 20 and 23 years old, participated in the research. The participants were invited based on their interest and involvement with feminist themes, demonstrated in their school experience and personal relationships. Based on the collaborators' understanding of being a woman, we sought to understand how colonial gender violence is expressed and operated on women of color in Abya Yala . Gender, in this way, is debated as colonial violence where, in intersection with the dimensions of race, sexuality and class, it configures oppressions and subalternities that specifically signify the racialized women of the global south. The critical conceptions of young people who graduated from elementary school about being a woman indicate elements that bring consistency to the social analysis of decolonial feminisms and corroborate the overcoming of the patriarchal, modern and colonial imposition of gender in the territories of Abya Yala, allowing reflections on the paths for overcoming gender violence.</p> Aline Pacheco Souza, Elivaldo Serrão Custódio Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 14 mai 2022 17:43:29 -0300 Special education knowledge in productions of the Santa Maria postgraduate education program <p>This study analyzes the state of knowledge of the academic production about Special Education enrolled in the doctoral program of the Graduate Program at the Federal University of Santa Maria. It presents as a research problem: that Special Education knowledge based on Freire's theoretical framework and similar authors, developed in non-school environments, are being systematized in theses available in the repository of the Graduate Program in Education of the Federal University of Santa Maria - UFSM? It aims to identify which Special Education knowledge is present in theses available in the repository of the Postgraduate Program in Education at UFSM. This is qualitative research of the bibliographic type in which it carries out the state of knowledge from the survey of theses with Special Education themes available in the repository of the Graduate Program in Education of the Federal University of Santa Maria during the period 2020-2015. Among the results, there were few studies referenced from the theoretical construct of Paulo Freire and even similar authors; some categories of Special Education are little or not contemplated in the production of theses in the Santa Maria repository, and Special Education is an open and fertile field of scientific knowledge production.</p> Kássya Christinna Oliveira Rodrigues, Ivanilde Apoluceno de Oliveira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 14 mai 2022 18:13:34 -0300 Questionnaire on teacher appreciation (Q-VD): elaboration and validation of an instrument <p>The teacher appreciation, understood from the categories training, career, remuneration and working and health conditions, as defined by the National Conference on Education (CONAE/2018), makes up the investigation of this work. Therefore, the objective of the research is to present evidence regarding the validity of the Questionnaire on Teacher Appreciation (Q-VD). For the construction and validation of the instrument, a bibliographic survey was carried out regarding research on teacher appreciation to know the demands investigated in each category, and thus build the instrument characterized as a questionnaire and named Q-VD. It is a field research with a qualitative and quantitative approach. The validation process took place in three stages in order to assess content validity in the first, clarity of language in the second and reliability in the third. All validation steps presented positive numbers, with this, the Q-VD demonstrates valid content, clarity in language and reliability in the data.</p> Deise Maíra Silveira Moreira, Ricardo Franklin De Freitas Mussi, Berta Leni Costa Cardoso Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 14 mai 2022 18:34:19 -0300 Student assistance for LGBTQIA+ students: an analysis of institutional policies within the scope of the university residence of a Federal University in Brazil <p>The present study aimed to analyze whether, at the Federal University of Alagoas, Campus A.C. Simões, institutional student assistance policies, more specifically referring to the University Residence, capable of ensuring, in a scenario marked by diversity, respect for the values ​​of equity and respect for the human person, in the particular case of students with gender and orientation deviant from heterocisnormativity. As a theoretical-methodological option, this research adopted a qualitative approach, with emphasis on literature review and document analysis. For the analysis of the data found, Bardin's Content Analysis (2016) was chosen. As main results, it was inferred that, although there is a work already started in the mentioned educational institution on the subject in question, it is necessary to adopt more specific actions, defined organically within the university, to ensure greater effectiveness. of the rights of this student audience.</p> Lana Lisiêr de Lima Palmeira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 11 jun 2022 15:50:25 -0300 Emergency remote teaching and its impacts on Lizard.4.Future computational thinking and application development workshops <p>Computational thinking is a skill that has aroused the interest of education in countries. To provide opportunities for the development of this skill and knowledge about creating applications, in the training of teenagers in the 9th grade of elementary school with low IDEB in a municipality in northeastern Brazil, the Lizard.4.Future project has workshops offered since 2020. However, the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on project activities. In this article, we present its design challenges during the Lizard.Future project, and impacts, on running emergency remote learning applications. Access difficulties and instability in the support network for digital tools, in addition to the difficulty of writing and office facilities of digital tools, in addition to the difficulty of writing and resource facilities of digital tools. The result was twenty-four graduating course participants and four applications for them.</p> Gilson Pereira dos Santos Júnior, Mário André de Freitas Farias, Simone Lucena Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 11 jun 2022 17:25:00 -0300 The use of active teaching-learning methodologies as an appealing tool for admission to the medical school in Lagarto campus <p>Since 2009 the Federal University of Sergipe, Campus Professor Antônio Garcia Filho, located in the city of Lagarto, uses the so-called active methodologies on Health Courses. This article aims to question a group of beginners in the Medical School (class 2021.1) about how the use of active methodologies was decisive in the choice of the course and Campus. To data collection, we interviewed students and conducted a document analysis, interpreted by discourse analysis approach. As a result, we identified in the participants' speeches that those methodologies were decisive in their choices and they believed that active methodologies will better prepare them for a new moment in Medicine, highlighting that the appealing based on the belief that they are capable of promoting the formation of a “distinguished” physician. Finally, we point out the need for a critical look on active methodologies in the sense that they can provide opportunities for educational participation, paradoxically, they can support the neoliberal logic.</p> Carleane Soares da Silva, Elder Silva Correia Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 14 jun 2022 10:11:15 -0300 “And I commit to giving good masters to the province”: Abílio César Borges and the rehabilitation of the Bahia Teacher <p>The purpose of this article analyzed aspects of the ideal education, present elements in the speech of Abílio César Borges, through his proposal to reform education, as the General Director of Studies, with special attention to his proposals to respect teaching work. Through historical method, documentary research is anchored in the Report on Public Instruction of the Province of Bahia, in 1856. The methodological operation took place using the discourse analysis category, based on Foucault (2013; 2021); operating with the concept of intellectual, by Sirinelli (2003); in dialogue with Saviani (2000), Gondra and Sampaio (2010) and Alonso (2015) to problematize Abílio's trajectory in the historical-educational field.The Report, source and object of analysis, allowed to capture data concerning provincial public education, as well as a range of representations of the debates of the time, through patterns and perspectives that made up an ideal of education and civility.</p> Cíntia Borges de Almeida, Marcelo Gomes da Silva, Raquel Freire Bonfim Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 14 jun 2022 10:25:11 -0300 Psychology of art: art Frida Khalo’s in the formation of the mind from the cultural-historical perspective of Vygotsky <p>The study presents as object the understanding of art in the formation of the psychism under the cultural-historical perspective of Vygotsky (1991, 1999, 2004). For that, it was opted for the accomplishment of a documental bibliographical research, in order to raise bigger data and dialogues about the thematic inside the vigotskian work. It was used, for this, the book "Psychology of Art" as a starting point for such discussions following a dialectical method for the construction of new debates with the other authors presented here. Through art, the human being expresses the unconscious contents, according to a cultural-historical perspective, becoming capable of transforming himself and others through his affections. As an example, the autobiographical work of the painter Frida Kahlo stands out, bringing some of her paintings and the importance of this in her process of dealing with reality. Affectivity is presented as a fundamental element in the formation of personality, participating in the choice of the contents to be meant. Finally, it is discussed how art and affectivity act in human formation, the suppression of emotions in the current capitalist society and the need to rescue this sensibility for humanity.</p> Ana Ignez Belém Lima, Edjôfre Coelho de Oliveira, Suzanne Rocha Bandeira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 14 jun 2022 10:41:10 -0300 Conceptions of playfulness: what do teachers present about the theme? <p>This study aimed to understand the conceptions of playfulness of Basic Education teachers, and if these reverberate in their pedagogical practice. It was a qualitative research, carried out in Amargosa-Bahia, with four teachers from the municipal teaching network of the Elementary School of the Initial Years as participants. For the production of data, semi-structured interviews were chosen, carried out individually, using Google meet, in the year 2020. Thus, it was evident that the predominant conceptions of playfulness in the teachers' speech are those focused on games, games and playful artifacts (books, fantasies, puppets), having the character of utility. Although the teachers use diversified elements such as games, games and other artifacts, they are very much configured as pedagogical and instructional resources to teach content.</p> Rafaela Sousa Guimarães, Lucia Gracia Ferreira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 18 jun 2022 18:17:43 -0300 Creation of a speech environment for preschool children in their native language in conditions of its insufficient functioning in family and society <p>Preschool educational organizations participating in the revitalization of the ethnic languages ​​of the indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East need a special bilingual educational system with an effective methodology for creating a speech environment, developed on the basis of the federal state educational standard for preschool education and an environmental approach. In this regard, in order to eliminate language deprivation, which has become a stable phenomenon in preschool educational organizations in which children of the indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation are brought up, it is necessary to take systemic measures aimed at improving the quality of the native speech of teachers, creating didactic materials, including digital resources to create a developing speech environment, the development of a special technique that reveals the speech potential of children. The purpose of the research is the creation of a model of the ethnocultural speech environment in the native language for preschool children in conditions of insufficient functioning of the native language. The article provides a comprehensive description of the research results on the creation of a speech environment in preschool educational institutions in native languages ​​of the indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation. The results are presented: 1) a description of educational practices, built on the principle of “one person – one language”, aimed at the development of early bilingualism in preschool children; 2) analysis of the main problems of the speech environment in preschool educational organizations located in places of compact residence of indigenous minorities; 3) a description of the model for creating an ethnocultural speech environment in the native language for preschool children based on the principle of “one person – one language” and the concept of “developing speech environment”. As part of this study, a model for creating an ethnocultural speech environment for preschool children has been developed, taking into account the requirements of important state documents regulating the educational activities of kindergartens. First of all, the model is intended for the use by kindergartens implementing an educational program in conditions of insufficient functioning in the family and society of the native language of the indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation. In order to introduce a model for creating an ethnocultural speech developmental environment for preschool children in the educational process, guidelines have been developed for parents and employees of preschool educational organizations.</p> Yuliya Vladimirovna Androsova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 24 jun 2022 19:48:37 -0300 Project-based learning in initial teacher education: contributions for the professional development of elementary school teachers <p>This study aims to understand how Project-based learning, addressed in initial teacher education programs, is reflected in the practices and professional development of elementary school teachers, as it is a method that contrasts with students' conceptions about teaching and promotes the development of pupils’ skills and knowledge. The study uses a multiple case study design, in which the main data collection techniques are interviews and document analysis. The results show that initial teacher education institutions are concerned with the integration of this teaching method in its programs, although its approach is insufficient for future teachers and beginning teachers to implement it with confidence. Data also reveal the need for greater monitoring by higher education institutions during teachers' induction phase, in order to support them during the constraints of this stage, encouraging the use of active teaching methods and contributing to an early stage of their professional development.</p> Tiago Tempera, Luís Tinoca Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 18 jun 2022 18:31:42 -0300 Universities innovative development under the globalization conditions <p>The article systematizes main directions of improving organizational and economic support of higher education innovative development in the globalization context. One of the main intensification directions of innovative activity in the higher education field is the creation of a national strategy for innovative higher education development, synchronized with existing programs for the development of domestic higher education system and national economy in general. Authors emphasize that the policy of targeted financing of higher education system innovative development requires optimization. Prerequisites for university innovative development are the availability of state support, adequate financial support, lack of bureaucracy, presence of a developed innovation infrastructure, developed innovation culture in society and more. Promising areas for further universities’ development are also identified: deepening the relationship between higher education, science and industry, particularly in the direction of scientific research commercialization; ensuring university autonomy (including financial autonomy), flexibility and digitalization of higher education; use of distance learning; regular educational material updating in accordance with business demands and scientific-technological progress latest achievements.</p> Kostiantyn Shaposhnykov, Svitlana Filyppova, Volodymyr Lagodiienko, Denys Krylov, Hanna Svinarova Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 18 jun 2022 18:47:41 -0300 Educational equity in vulnerable territories <p>This present article aimed to analyze the educational equity among state schools located in vulnerable territories in the city of Guarulhos. The analysis involves the final year of elementary and high school. The database used was formed by data from the School Performance Assessment System of the State of São Paulo (Saresp) and the São Paulo Social Vulnerability Index (IPVS). A quantitative approach was used, and the data set was examined using descriptive and variance analysis, with social vulnerability in the territories and the color/race of students as independent variables and the average of the Basic Education Development Index of the State of São Paulo (Idesp), performance level in Portuguese, Mathematics and school flow as dependent variables. The results in the analyzed teaching stages demonstrate the existence of variations and distances between the learning of students enrolled in schools with different levels of social vulnerability, interfering with the advancement of educational equity, with prejudice to students from schools with greater vulnerability.</p> Emerson Soares Barbosa, Maria do Carmo Meirelles Toledo Cruz, Vanda Mendes Ribeiro Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 23 jun 2022 16:43:30 -0300 Sociocultural competence development among master’s students as a part of "The Culture of Romano-German Countries" course <p>The objective of the research is to examine the features of socio-cultural competence and its development among master students studying a second foreign language. To reach the objective, the following tasks should be solved: to define socio-cultural competence, to analyze its components / its content; to analyze an example of a training course for master students, in which the formation and development of socio-cultural competence is expected; to conduct a survey among students; to analyze the empirical data obtained; to make a conclusion about the degree of awareness / understanding of the need to develop socio-cultural competence when learning a (second) foreign language. The proposed study is theoretically significant to some degree for methodological science (the section devoted to communicative competence and its components) and is practically valuable since it describes the specific experience of the formation and development of the competence being studied in higher education.</p> Alla Bariyevna Bakmansurova, Anna Valeryavna Efimova, Elena Gennadyavna Koshkina Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 24 jun 2022 20:06:08 -0300 Pieces of Knowledge: connectivist maps as allies of language learning <p>Connections have been present in society since the beginning of time, and these possibilities allow knowledge among people to be perfected and taught to others in order to constitute a continuous learning network. In this context, there are several approaches that are commonly used, such as flashcards and learning maps. Under this scenario, this article demonstrates how a virtual learning environment constituted in the light of Connectivist and Activity Theories can help in the process of understanding a foreign language. In this environment, teachers and students build a map with interconnected contents, which can be: hypertexts, hypertext flashcards and links - called Piece of Knowledge - PoK, constituting pieces of knowledge about one (or several) theme(s). In addition, the environment provides forums and a different way of viewing the map in groups, where each student has their own vision, being able to suggest modifications to the map of other colleagues. In this sense, the present work demonstrates the theoretical foundation of this environment, as well as a study developed with secondary school students where the use of the environment in an activity of the English language discipline was analyzed.</p> Augusto Weiand, Patrícia da Silva Campelo Costa Barcellos, Eliseo Reategui Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 23 jun 2022 17:01:29 -0300 Formation of legal culture of college students <p>The legal culture of students (hereinafter LCS) can be defined as a spiritual and material system which ensures the effective usage of legislative and other regulatory documents in professional activities to solve issues. The LCS in professional training is a unity of gnoseological, axiological, activity-based and technological components which can be considered as criteria in forming this culture. The selected structural components of the LCS in professional training are refracted into functional ones. The most important functions are: cognitive-transformative, legal-regulatory, value-normative, communicative, prognostic, legal socialization, and humanistic functions. The pedagogical model of the LCS formation, represented by the target, structural-content, organizational-procedural and control-evaluation components, which reveals the theoretical essence, internal structure and logic of the complex process under consideration, the unity of all its elements that are interrelated and interdependent, allows creating a legal educational space and provides for the process of forming the LCS in the conditions of professional and pedagogical education. The basic principles in the formation of LCS in professional training are revealed: consistency, conceptuality, legal conditionality, and prognostic-based principles.</p> Zhazira Ashirova, Saule Zholdasbekova, Zhanat Nurzhanbayeva, Laura Akxmet, Galymzhan Karatayev Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 24 jun 2022 20:46:56 -0300 Digital Cultures: dialogues and reflections for teacher education <p>This study aims to reflect on digital cultures and their implications for thinking about teacher education in a contemporary world marked by the digital network. From this objective, we have a bibliographical research that, in its weaving, brings understandings about the processes carried out by social actors who, through their daily practices with digital technologies, constitute multiple cultures. As a result, this work helps us to think about contemporary culture in a plural perspective, in view of the understanding that social actors attribute to the artifacts their own meanings in the means of use and appropriation, marking an immersion of creation and authorship that, in the educational context, has provoked us to institute teacher training that welcomes other know-how with the digital.</p> Sandra Virginia Correa de Andrade Santos, Camila Gomes Santos da Silva, Tainah dos Santos Carvalho Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 02 jul 2022 13:58:53 -0300 Complex bioethics and ecosophy as planetary ethics: contributions from Potter and Morín towards a more humane education <p>It is analysed the complex bioethical and ecosophy as planetary ethics, as wisdoms to inhabit the planet, is fulfilled, from the contributions from Van Potter and Edgar Morín with contributions for a more humane education. We are going to question the thematic territories of the crisis; and from categories such as ecosophy and diatopia with the moments: analytical, empirical and purposeful. In the propositional moment, we give essences that go to a transepistemology of bioethics, taken from reductionism, with complex stakes of ecosophy as an ethic that permeates bioethics.</p> Milagros Elena Rodríguez, Ivan Fortunato Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 10 ago 2022 20:38:44 -0300 Bystanders and their beliefs to help victims in situations of bullying <p>Bullying is a type of violence that manifests itself as unwanted and aggressive, intentional behavior among peers that is repeated over time. The Help Teams (EA’s) are groups of students prepared to offer strategies and solutions to the problems that afflict the daily coexistence of children and adolescents in schools. The present research is exploratory, quantitative in nature, and sought to compare the differences perceived in self-efficacy beliefs for helping in bullying situations among adolescents in schools that have implemented the EA's and those that do not. It also compared the self-efficacy beliefs to help between participants of EA's and non-participants. The study had 2,403 students distributed in two groups: 1,301 students from private schools that have the EA's and 1,102 students from schools that do not have such a proposal. The results show that the beliefs to help reached lower rates in schools that have the SAI implemented. This fact is due to the increased perception of the complexity of the phenomenon, which does not exist in schools that do not have the work developed.</p> Raul Alves de Souza, Luciene Regina Paulino Tognetta Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 10 ago 2022 20:51:03 -0300 English language teaching and the historical-critical pedagogy: contributions to a counter-hegemonic pedagogical practice <p>The aim of the paper is to analyze the contributions of English language teaching towards an omnilateral human formation, under the historical-critical pedagogy perspective. The study includes discussions about the pedagogical conceptions found in education policies and a proposal of teaching strategies for the second year of elementary school. The pedagogy of competences is strongly inserted in the school education and, based on the concepts of employability and labor capacity, reinforces productivity and qualification goals. The English language teaching, enlightened by historical-critical pedagogy, has the potential to contribute to an education that goes beyond hegemonic perspectives, thus enabling the appropriation of rich and more significant knowledge in the search for human emancipation.</p> Hellen Jaqueline Marques, Regina Baruki-Fonseca Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 10 ago 2022 21:02:06 -0300 The new public management and implications on teaching work in the public sector <p>The objective of this text is to analyze the State Reform and the implementation of the New Public Management (NPM) and its implications in the field of education, especially in the teaching work in the public sector. The restructuring of education from the 1990s onwards, in the context of the NPM, imposes on teaching work principles and values arising from the productive society of capital, with determinations from the private sector. The text stems from extensive research carried out at the Stricto Sensu Postgraduate level. Data were collected in a municipality in the state of Mato Grosso, in the municipal and state network.</p> Ari Raimann, Eulália Gonçalves Souza Oliveira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 10 ago 2022 22:09:57 -0300 Basic education in emergency contexts: what does research say about the reality of COVID-19? <p>The health seriousness due to the Covid-19 virus pandemic that has been installed worldwide since 2019 has brought news in all areas of social life. In Brazil, the federal government has little to do with public policies aimed at social areas. While science, in addition to numerous assumptions and being the object of government denialist discourses, has sought to contribute to the clarification of the phenomenon of the pandemic and its impacts on society. Therefore, the present study sought to analyze the panorama of research, in the period 2020 and 2021, on basic education in times of a pandemic. For that, from a qualitative approach, a bibliographic research was carried out in which 11 works were selected. The investigations demonstrate that the option for distance teaching has proved to be the main alternative for the educational offer in this scenario, but its implementation accentuates the educational inequalities that exist in the country.</p> Kellcia Rezende Souza, Anita Tetslaff Torquarto Melo, Ezequiel Pedroso Mira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 10 ago 2022 21:56:03 -0300 Digital Information and Communication Technologies: analysis of students´perceptions of a public school <p>This article presents an excerpt from a Master's research which had as general objective&nbsp; investigating the perceptions of students from a public school about the use of Digital Information and Communication Technologies (DICT) inside and outside the school context. The research had a qualitative approach with an explanatory descriptive design, using a questionnaire with opened and closed questions for data collection. Seventy students from the 9th year of Elementary School, from morning and afternoon periods, of a public school, participated in the research. The frequencies and percentages resulting from closed questions and the categories of opened questions were analyzed using a theoretical reference on the advances of DICT, cyberspace and cyberculture, the characterization of generations and their relationship with technologies, the Common National Curriculum Base (CNCB), the DICT and the school. The results reveal that the research participants, young people of Generation Z, who have been living with technologies since they were born, present characteristics of information consumers, using the technologies as reproduction tools, contrary to what CNCB´s fifth competence indicates, namely, that students use and create DTIC to communicate, access and disseminate information, produce knowledge and solve problems. Understanding young people´s perceptions about the use of DICT may contribute to school actions that may favour the development of this competence.</p> Zenaide Gomes da Silva, Monica Fürkotter Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 12 ago 2022 17:19:38 -0300 Basic Education Chamber of the CNE (1996-2002): advisers and political-educational culture <p>It analyzes the constitution of a political-educational culture, which had its bases in the 1990s, with a focus on intellectuals from the Basic Education Chamber of the National Education Council (1996-2002). The concerns for this study arose from the analysis of the debate on the recent reform of secondary education (2017) as a resumption of the political culture of the 1990s. It is based on bibliographic analysis having as sources their academic productions and the theoretical framework that connect them and support their thoughts. It uses the Gephi software as a tool for analysis. We conclude that the theoretical bases for the constitution of a political-educational culture established between 1996 and 2002 reveal the existing tensions around the definition of an educational project.</p> Heitor Lopes Negreiros, Eliza Bartolozzi Ferreira, Wagner Santos Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 27 ago 2022 17:09:53 -0300 Proposal for validation of teaching and learning sequences: the study of a TLS of stochiometry <p>The objective of the present investigation was to elaborate and discuss aspects of validation of a teaching and learning sequence (TLS) on stoichiometric calculation, inspired by the research methodology of Didactics Engineering. It is about the elaboration of an TLS by a graduate in Chemistry under the guidance of the teacher-trainer, based on the following steps: i) previous analysis; ii) elaboration of the SEA on stoichiometric calculation in the CTSA perspective; and, iii) a priori validation of SEA. In the data analysis, the main focus was the a priori validation process, using a validation instrument based on the studies by Guimarães and Giordan (2013), answered by eight volunteers. The data analyzed from the evaluation items: structure and organization of SEA; problematization of SEA; SEA content and concepts; teaching methodologies; the school and SEA and; SEA and its relationship with the school's Political Pedagogical Project, helped to understand and provide feedback on the material prepared, as well as identify possible adjustments to be made in a future application. Overall, the organization of the SEA in a CTSA approach and the use of the Jigsaw cooperative learning methodology has the potential to contribute to citizen education. In addition, the discussions pointed out about the importance of the validation process of the teaching-learning sequences and the steps guided by Didactics Engineering promotes advances both for the school, for the students' learning, and for the Chemistry Teaching area.</p> Matheus Pires da Costa, Natany Dayani de Souza Assai, Viviane Arrigo Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 28 ago 2022 11:21:39 -0300 Environmental behaviors in students of a Peruvian private university <p>In recent years, environmental behaviors have been promoted in students because they are a way to solve environmental problems and allow sustainability goals to be achieved. In this sense, the objective of this research was to analyze the environmental behaviors of undergraduate students from a branch of a Peruvian private university. The approach was quantitative, the design was non-experimental and the level was descriptive transectional. The sample consisted of 268 students to whom the Environmental Behavior Questionnaire was applied, an instrument with adequate levels of validity and reliability. According to the results, the students were characterized by being in the process of developing environmental behaviors and it was determined that some sociodemographic variables such as gender, age and socioeconomic level were significantly associated with these behaviors (p&lt;0.05). Finally, it was concluded that it is necessary to promote environmental education through the development of activities, both theoretical and practical, to consolidate the environmental behavior of students.</p> Libertad Velasquez Giersch, Edwin Gustavo Estrada Araoz, Jimmy Nelson Paricahua Peralta, Miguel Ángel Puma Sacsi, Karl Herbert Huaypar Loayza Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação dom, 28 ago 2022 15:51:40 -0300 Academic production in the initial formation of physical education teachers: is there room for the internship? <p>The study aimed to identify the theoretical-methodological choices in the monographs presented in the Physical Education course of a public university between the years 2008 and 2019, in order to quantify and characterize the works that have the Supervised Curricular Internship as an investigative object. This is a documental research, and it was collected information from 355 productions. The results indicate the predominant use of the qualitative approach (n = 167; 47.0%), followed by the quantitative (n = 161; 45.3%), and mixed (n = 27; 7.7%), besides the questionnaire, documents and interviews as the most requested data collection techniques. Although it is a degree course, the number of works in the areas of activity inherent to the bachelor's degree is predominant (n = 207; 58.1%). We evidenced 5 (1.4%) works that problematize the Internship in teacher training. The reality investigated requires dialogues, reflections and investigations about the academic production related to teacher education and the Supervised Curricular Internship.</p> Antonio Evanildo Cardoso de Medeiros Filho, Lucas Souza Silva , Antonio Germano Magalhães Junior Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 09 set 2022 19:46:48 -0300 Perceptions of physical education professionals about their teaching performance in APAES during the Coronavírus SARS-COV2 pandemic <p>The SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus pandemic has directly affected all areas of society, and education would be no different. Facing the rapid dissemination of COVID-19, in-person classes were suspended, bringing remote teaching into reality. The present article aims to investigate the perceptions of Physical Education professionals about their teaching performance in APAEs in Vale do Sinos region, in Rio Grande do Sul, during the Covid-19 pandemic period, as well as their expectations about the return to in-person classes. The research has a qualitative approach. Four Physical Education graduates were investigated. As an instrument, we used a semi-structured interview and notes referring to the interviewees' expressions during the interview. For the analysis of the results, the triangulation of methods was used, articulating the answers of the interviewees, with dialog with authors and, finally, notes during the interviews. The conclusion was that the APAEs investigated did not have the infrastructure to support remote teaching. It was also evidenced that, during the pandemic, the low investment in the educational sector in Brazil and the inequalities in the levels of access to social media made remote teaching difficult.</p> Gabriel César Silveira Figueredo, Denise Bolzan Berlese, Gustavo Roese Sanfelice Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 12 set 2022 10:36:26 -0300 Youth and adult education, curriculum and sexual and gender diversity: weaving reflections <p>This study sought to discuss the relations of gender and sexuality in Youth and Adult Education - EJA from the curriculum practices, considering them important in the pedagogical process of students of this type of education, aiming to reflect on what In this way, the issues of subjectivity of sexual gender are problematized in the Youth and Adult Education curriculum, in a municipal public school, located in the Northern Piemonte Identity Territory of Itapicuru, in the State of Bahia. With regard to methodological procedures, we opted for (auto)biographical narratives, as we understand that this research method favors the study in question, in the sense of enabling greater analysis capacity regarding the proposed objective. From the narratives it was possible to show that the issues of gender, sexuality and diversity need to be problematized within the school, so that it can be constituted as a space of respect for differences.</p> Pedro Paulo Souza Rios Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 12 set 2022 10:46:42 -0300 The use of Design Thinking in the development of digital games for the teaching of chemistry in basic education <p>This study aimed to describe how Design Thinking can contribute to the development of digital games for the teaching of Chemistry, considering the needs of educators who teach this discipline and the reality of the students in which they are inserted. It was carried out through an applied research, with the digital game with the teaching staff and high school students of a private Basic Education Institution, located in a municipality in the southern region of Minas Gerais. Still, through the exploratory-descriptive study, with a qualitative approach, to understand how the Digital Quiz developed was enough to promote meaningful learning of Chemistry contents. Through the speech of teachers and students, through evaluation of the experimentation process, it was found that the digital game developed has potential as an innovative and active method for teaching Chemistry. It was concluded that Design Thinking can favor the process of developing digital games for the teaching of Chemistry, considering the needs of educators and the reality in which their students are inserted, and that through the evaluation of the participants, it is possible to ensure that the process asserts itself as methodological, innovative and active for the promotion of meaningful learning.</p> Rander Silva Morais, Letícia Rodrigues da Fonseca Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 12 set 2022 19:28:42 -0300 Remote teaching and inclusive education: approximations with Universal Design for Learning <p>This article results from the approximation between two researches in the area of education: a scientific initiation research with promotion of FAPESP and a master’s survey at PPGE/USCS. Both were based on the paradigm of inclusion and the principles of the Universal Design for Learning and were carried out in the context of the closure of schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic between 2020 and 2021. The objective was to promote an interface between UDL principles and the curriculum approach in emergency remote teaching. It was empirical investigations that combined narrative research and development research and as instrument were held wheels of conversations with teachers working in the great ABC Paulista. Among the results, stands out the fact that remote teaching places light on the great social and educational inequality in Brazil, evidenced, for example, by the development of asynchronous remote teaching in printed material, something contradictory in a digital society. In addition to this need to remove digital barriers, in remote teaching it was necessary to extend the degree of influence of the learner in the teaching process and the UDL supported teachers, as it minimizes the need for curricular adaptation.</p> Elizabete Cristina Costa-Renders, Debora de Lourdes da Silva Sous, Ana Carolina Valverde Bresciani Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 03 nov 2022 17:29:52 -0300 Progress in communication of two children with intellectual disability in child education: interventions using alternative communication resources <p>This research sought to analyze how the use of Alternative Communication in intervention sessions can contribute to the process of communication of children with intellectual disabilities in the stage of Early Childhood Education. The research had the participation of two children with intellectual disability and communicative difficulties, students of public schools in the city of Igarassu-PE. Intervention sessions were held with the use of Alternative Communication resources. The study demonstrated that the use of alternative communication resources contributed significantly to these children's communication. It showed that the use of alternative communication coupled with pedagogical activities to stimulate oral language in early childhood education can enhance the acquisition and development of the language of children with intellectual disabilities, which in the classroom can allow children with ID to have as many opportunities for development as other children without disabilities.</p> Adelyn Barbosa de Aquino, Tícia Cassiany Ferro Cavalcante Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 14 dez 2022 15:12:08 -0300 Each toada represents a missing: a brief history about the use of caipira music in the study of human and social sciences in new high school <p>This article aims to present a brief history of country music, through qualitative bibliographic research and exhibitions of musical excerpts to offer teachers and other interested parties a path of educational intervention. Music associated with education promotes dynamism in the learning and teaching process. Specifically, country music contextualizes the social relationships of students in rural regions and also in large urban centers. From the Brazilian colonial period, in the mid-16th century to the present day, this musical style adapts and characterizes the historical and chronological times through which it passes. Each country song represents a historical context permeated with culture and sensibility. It is an investigation that explains the didactic and educational potential of the use of country music in the study of human and social sciences within the new high school.</p> Jesus Alexandre Tavares Monteiro, Danilo Ferreira Soares Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 14 dez 2022 15:29:10 -0300 Life stories of physical education teachers in Brazil and Colombia: a configurational analysis <p>The objective is to analyze the life stories of Physical Education teachers in Brazil and Colombia. Based on the methodology of life history and configurational sociology, two retired professors from each country were interviewed. A narrative text was produced that presented the intertwined lives, and many of the narrated experiences originated in confrontations and material and symbolic struggles that constituted social habitus in the face of professional development in schools, colleges and groups. Among the converging aspects between the countries, the unbalance in the “me – us” scale stands out, leaning towards a “we”, confirming for teachers the importance of leadership of different groups and collectives. As divergent aspects, there is, for one country, a socio-professional character of those groups and, for another, the existence of these groups in conjunction with an academic-scientific configuration of the area. It is concluded that configurational approaches to life stories make it possible to understand the multiple interdependencies that configure being a teacher.</p> Jorge Andrés Jimenez Muñoz, Fernanda Rossi Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 14 dez 2022 19:10:29 -0300 The transition between early childhood education and primary education: a literature review <p>The transition between Early Childhood Education and Primary Education is a process that permeates the academic lives of children, so it is fundamental that it takes place in an interconnected way, with an integrated curriculum and the use of recreational situations and experiences that contribute towards literacy. This literature review analyzes the productions and foundations in the educational landscape and in the field of knowledge production regarding the transition between these two stages of Basic Education, by analyzing articles published in journals classified as Qualis A1 in Brazil, according to the assessment carried out by CAPES in 2019. The articles analyzed had themes aimed at the following a priori categories:&nbsp;Childhood Education; Teacher Knowledge and Practices; Curriculum and Teaching and Learning. After analyzing these articles, guided by Textual Discourse Analysis, three categories and five subcategories emerged. Among the results, we found that most of the articles addressed issues related to the curriculum, literacy and issues related to early childhood, reinforcing the importance of establishing an interconnected and systematic study between the two stages of Basic Education. However, research in the area of transition is insignificant, despite the evident importance of this topic.</p> Fabíola dos Santos Kucybala, Vera Lucia Felicetti, Adriana del Rosario Pineda Robayo Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 14 dez 2022 19:21:24 -0300 Bases of discursive architecture that settled the invention of childhood in modernity <p>We propose to write this text seeking to resume the discussion of the bases of discursive architecture that settled childhood in the modern Western world, taking great inspiration in the legacy of Enlightenment thought of the 18th and 19th centuries. that they are, but under the conditions of possibility for them to be constituted in such a way. Thus, it is set in motion from four discursive architectures: research by Philippe Ariès and foucaultian criticisms; the pedagogization of the child's sex; modern pedagogy; and, finally, a discussion of whether there would be the death of childhood constituted in modernity.</p> Adilson Cristiano Habowski, Cleber Gibbon Ratto Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 15 dez 2022 12:03:43 -0300 The trajectory and professional trajectory of a researcher: teaching through insurgent narratives <p>This study has as its object the self-narrative woven into the entanglements of a narrative research developed within the scope of the Graduate Program in Education at the Federal University of Sergipe. The work aims to understand how the narrative movement makes it possible to bring out the understanding of oneself and of teaching that is weaved in the formative web of the daily life of the teaching profession. The research is qualitative in nature, anchored in the epistemology of narrative research, which has as its centrality, in the production of meanings, the narrativity that the subject makes of himself, when narrating the actions of the research he develops. In this direction, narrative research is established as a teaching training device, by enabling the reflexive articulation of the actions and knowledge that the teacher does when narrating the actions, difficulties, learning and challenges that he encounters in the exercise of the teaching profession. The work reveals how narrativity evidences the understanding of teaching and the research movement, woven under the comprehensive look of itself and the actions developed in mathematics teaching.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> André Ricardo Lucas Vieira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 15 dez 2022 14:55:33 -0300 Probe, guide and qualify: reverberations of Law no. 5,692/1971 and expectations for professional training (Curitiba – 1971-1983) <p>This text aims to analyze the activities developed by the Guidance Service (SOE), at Tiradentes School, in Curitiba-PR, during the years 1971-1983. For this, as historical documentation, Guidance Service Reports (SOE) available in the institution's archive were used. Benjamin Cowan's observations on the notion of moral panic help to observe the document. Based on the research, the activities developed by SOE had a strong approximation with the precepts shared by the military dictatorship, and served as a way to guide the training of students to take on professional activities supported by class and gender distinctions.</p> Jorge Luiz Zaluski Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sex, 16 dez 2022 11:10:24 -0300 Zoology teaching in Brazil from early childhood education to high school: a categorical conceptual analysis of the Base Nacional Comum Curricular <p>A atual Base Nacional Comum Curricular (BNCC) foi aprovada para constituir um documento norteador para a construção curricular do ensino básico brasileiro. Por meio de uma análise textual discursiva, este artigo analisa o conteúdo de Zoologia da BNCC desde a educação infantil até o ensino médio. Os resultados indicam discursos da Zoologia arcaica do século XIX, de cunho morfofisiológico e classificatório, a ausência dessa biociência voltada para a educação infantil e a carência de propostas atualizadas para seu processo de ensino-aprendizagem. Concluímos que o ensino de Zoologia apresentado pelo BNCC propõe abordagens de conteúdo estritamente conceituais e lineares, e não promove uma educação científica de qualidade.</p> Hugo José C. C de Azevedo, Vinícius Souza Magalhães Leite, Rosane Moreira Silva de Meirelles Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 17 dez 2022 10:12:03 -0300 Teacher training and praxis in professional and technological education (EPT): challenges for a human and critical training of technical course students <p>This study aims to analyze the challenges faced by teachers at Centro Territorial do Piemonte da Diamantina II (CETEP), located in the city of Jacobina-BA, when implementing pedagogical actions in Vocational and Technological Education (EPT), with a view to the formation of critical and autonomous subjects. The reflections were produced in dialogue with five collaborating professors, through interviews and discussion groups, carried out through the virtual platform Google Meet, given the need for social distancing, caused by Covid-19. The theoretical voices summoned to support the arguments deal with the axes Professional and Technological Education Integrated to High School and Teacher Training. The results point to the need for a praxis that points to more systematic, interdisciplinary pedagogical actions, based on the diversity of local and global cultures as well as on the diversity of languages, with an emphasis on the human and professional training of students, protagonists of contemporary society.</p> Maria Cristina Rodrigues Oliveira, Fabíola Silva de Oliveira Vilas Boas Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação sáb, 17 dez 2022 10:30:39 -0300 - Comprehensions of physical education at Guarani multi-teacher school in Espírito Santo <p>This article analyses the comprehension of Physical Education at Três Palmeiras’ indigenous pluridocent village municipal school. The study was constituted as qualitative, been set up as a descriptive and interpretative. The methodology was fulfilled with: participant observation of the Physical Education classes and the school dynamics in village context; field diary notes; registry of images; remote interviews, during the time of social isolation, thru apps of conversation/interaction. During our process of immersion of Três Palmeiras’ village context, located in Aracruz (ES), it was possible do verify that Guarani’s School Physical Education has been build up daily as an expression of the local culture (traditional and sportive), as from non-positive experience of the past, with emphasis on sports, and inside a conjuncture of indigenous school with a predominance of teachers from another ethnic group intending the intercultural aspects.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Stephany Castro Freitas, Juliana Guimarães Saneto, Ivan Marcelo Gomes Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 19 dez 2022 14:32:46 -0300 Annalysis of educational applications as pedagogical support resources for teaching botany in high school <p>The present study focuses on the analysis of two educational applications aimed at teaching botany in high school, they were created in the application factory, being a free Brazilian digital platform. ClikBotânica, addresses plant morphology, and Botânica na Palma da Mão, addresses plant ecology. The research was structured from qualitative and quantitative principles. The methodological process was carried out in three classes of the second year of high school (A, B, C) for the pedagogical interventions, each containing 30 students, totaling 90 students. The previous questionnaire regarding the morphology and ecology content showed that students have a greater affinity with the morphology-related content. In ecology, there was a great difficulty on the part of the students in solving the questions. After using the application, there was a significant reduction in wrong questions, especially those related to plant ecology. Thus, it is noted that the use of Information and Communication Technologies - ICTs in the classroom is something favorable in the teaching of botany.</p> Alexsandro Bezerra-Silva, Gerlayne Teixeira de Souza, Thiago da Silva Batista, Emanuel Souto da Mota Silveira, Tarcila Lima Nadia Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 19 dez 2022 15:25:27 -0300 Teaching and learning in te age of technology <p>The main objective of this article is to present the learning theories that make use of technological ones. First, the theory of meaningful learning is presented, linked to connectivism. Following is the presentation of Flow theory using Gamification. In these first two chapters, we seek to raise the theories and how they can be implemented in the educational area. Subsequently, a reflection is made on the use of meaningful learning and connectivism, with the Flow state and the use of gamification. In this way, an interactive cycle is proposed that comprises the use of theories in education, indispensably using digital technologies, as well as the way in which they can be introduced in education. During the study, it was possible to understand that it is possible to develop content through technologies, in an attractive way that conquers students.</p> Francisca Brum Tolio, Lori Viali, Regis Alexandre Lahm Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 19 dez 2022 15:40:51 -0300 The culture of care and sense of belonging as drivers of sustainability in higher education <p>The purpose of this article is to examine how a culture of care and sense of belonging are related to environmental behavior and how it can be fostered in higher education. To support this analysis, the concepts and the ways of strengthening the sense of care and belonging are discussed based on literature and experiences developed on a campus of the University of Brasilia, Brazil. The physical environment and participation tools on campus are presented, as well as the results of a survey on the perception of the academic community about the quality of life on campus, answered by 10.5% of the campus population. The quality of life on campus was rated as good or excellent by 90% of respondents. The feeling of personal responsibility in taking care of people and in the campus environment was confirmed by 41% of respondents. We relate this perception to the community's participation in outreach and sustainability programs. Sustainability policies in higher education must prioritize the promotion of a culture of care and sense of belonging. These values are essential for the humanistic education of postsecondary students in a planetary reality that must be radically transformed, aiming at the transition to sustainable societies.</p> Marcelo Ximenes Aguiar Bizerril, Antonia Adriana Mota Arrais, Nayara P. Martins Silva Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 20 dez 2022 09:22:13 -0300 Experience report: Transitions during Covid-19 Outbreak and the Day Care Centers Closure <p>Covid-19 outbreak forced the governments around the world to decide schools closure. In Brazil this circumstance lasted almost two years because a government wrong management had been marked by delays and lack implementation of public policies. The outbreak context brought important challenges for children and their families. This paper carried out a characterization and analysis of a questionnaire to assess the perception of fifteen families about care, socialization/learning, feeding and development of autonomy in shared context with children during the pandemic in a public day care center. Results show that families faced difficulties in socializing and playing. Feeding practices and use of objects-utensils during mealtimes and care had better indicators. However, difficulties in autonomy, learning, and anxiety increased. As a conclusion, the impact of pandemic changes must be evaluated, revealing actions that the school will have to carry out in the future, especially on children's development/learning processes.</p> Francisco José Rengifo-Herrera, Gabriela Sousa de Melo Mietto, Ana Carolina Corrêa Alencar Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 20 dez 2022 12:06:07 -0300 Didactic aspects involving the production of digital videos by pre-service Mathematics teachers <p>The research reported in this article aimed to investigate didactic aspects involved in the production of digital videos by mathematics pre-service teachers for the participation in the Festival of Digital Videos and Mathematics Education. The data were produced in the course named "Didactics of Mathematics" with two classes of an undergraduate course in Mathematics at a public state university. The video production process was based on the notion of “digital mathematical performance”. Based on the instructor's supervision, the groups produced six videos, four of which were submitted to the Festival, exploring different elementary and high school mathematical contents and using different artistic-narrative languages. The didactic proposal is innovative considering the interface involving the use of digital technologies and the arts in Mathematics Education, with emphasis on multimodality. Participation in the Festival offered the means to build alternative images of mathematics and aesthetic mathematical experiences for future teachers.</p> Ricardo Scucuglia Rodrigues da Silva, Alexandra Carmo Caceres Ianelli, Ana Carolina Bueno de Carvalho Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 20 dez 2022 12:16:12 -0300 The influence of the socioeconomic profile of public and private school teachers on their choice of professional position <p>The objective of this article is to investigate the relationship between the socioeconomic profile of basic education teachers and their choice for the private or public network as professional position. The concepts of Pierre Bourdieu, especially the concepts of cultural capital, field and <em>habitus</em>, guide our analysis. As a hypothesis, we consider that private school teachers, when compared to public school teachers, have incorporated a cultural matrix with dominant dispositions that make it possible to establish certain strategies of professional distinction and also regulate positions in the professional field. The methodological procedures involve the use of questionnaire and interview. The results allow us to conclude that private network teachers have a socioeconomic profile that differs from that public network teachers. The study also pointed out that the salary is the main regulator of the positions in the professional field, since the investigated teachers built their professional trajectory because of the economic return or, case of the public network, because of job stability.</p> Felipe Lopes Terrão Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação ter, 20 dez 2022 12:50:52 -0300 Teaching work, gender relations and illness <p>In addition to the adversities that the mode of production and the work process affect teachers' illness, the social marker of gender puts women at a disadvantage and ends up intensifying illness. The objective of this research was to analyze the impact of the gender social marker on the health-disease process related to the work of public school teachers in the city of Salvador. As for the method, it is an empirical research, with a qualitative approach, based on the socio-historical perspective. We used direct observations and semi-structured interviews as data production instruments. Three teachers participated in the study. Data were transcribed and systematized into semantic categories according to the content analysis technique. The results showed that the teachers perceive connections between the illness and work, identify the impacts of the precariousness of the profession and the teaching work process, as well as signaling important inequalities in the sexual division of unpaid domestic work. As conclusions, the research indicates that gender inequalities are intertwined with the illness, and also points out that the routine marked by the exhaustion of professional practice and the overload of unpaid domestic work are obstacles for teachers to seek coping strategies for the illness. work related.</p> Érika Carvalho Silva, Marcos Vinícius Ribeiro de Araújo, Elaine Cristina de Oliveira Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qui, 22 dez 2022 11:44:14 -0300 Effects of a practical teacher-training program on STEAM activity planning <p>We sought to analyse the effects of a practical teacher-training program on teachers’ abilities in planning STEAM activities. For that, a case study is presented in a mixed-method research approach. 14 Brazilian teachers took part in a course wherein they received mentoring, instruments, and feedback to develop STEAM plans. In this research, data were collected from two surveys, from previously validated open-ended questions, and from the STEAM plans as final products. Quantitative data was analysed through nonparametric statistical tests, and qualitative data underwent content analysis according to the Ground Theory commandments. As a result, teachers reported a positive view of the STEAM impact and a high predisposition towards it. Although they considered merging STEAM areas challenging, especially Engineering and Technology, the training helped them surpass it. All plans had at least two areas, and half of them had all five STEAM areas. Around 70% of the teachers used an active learning teaching method which was new to them. There was a significant augment in teachers' self-efficacy in planning STEAM activities.</p> Jefferson Rodrigues-Silva, Ángel Alsina Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação seg, 26 dez 2022 00:00:00 -0300 Learning about pandemic: a study from the game Plague inc and its players <p>The Covid-19 pandemic instigate researchers from around the world to seek educational alternatives with technologies, among them are digital games. This article is based on the theoretical assumptions that support the use of games as learning promoters and presents an exploratory and qualitative research, with the aim of analyzing the experiences, learning and meanings expressed by players in an online community about <em>the </em>game Plague<em> inc.</em>&nbsp; in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Data collection was performed in an online community of players, and 545 game evaluations and contributions were performed spontaneously. The results of the analysis of the content of the collected data, coded in categories, indicate that the game has provided the development of new knowledge, reflections on the context of the pandemic, questioning about the scientific information conveyed in the game, besides promoting interaction in the midst of isolation. &nbsp;Thus, it is understood that playing experience allows to problematize reality and offers opportunities to signify experiences and knowledge.</p> Daniela Karine Ramos, Tayanara Rúbia Campos, Fernando Silvio Cavalcante Pimentel Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação qua, 28 dez 2022 11:15:57 -0300