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Gestão do acesso ao conhecimento externo em administradoras de carteira de investimentos imobiliários: estudo de casos; MANAGEMENT OF EXTERNAL KNOWLEDGE ACCESS IN REAL ESTATE PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT UNITS: STUDY CASES

Andrade, Marcelo Machado Teixeira de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 18/03/2008 PT
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Nesta tese, examina-se como se dá a gestão do acesso ao conhecimento externo em duas administradoras de carteira de investimentos imobiliários: a gerência de investimentos imobiliários de um fundo de pensão (a Fundação CESP) e a divisão de locação e administração de imóveis de um grupo imobiliário (o grupo Lello). A base de conhecimentos externos dessas unidades é dispersa e privada, características típicas do mercado imobiliário que dificultam o acesso ao conhecimento externo e, por conseguinte, a sua gestão. Para apoiar o estudo, foi realizada uma revisão bibliográfica nos campos teóricos da gestão do conhecimento, da gestão de carteira de investimentos imobiliários e das competências organizacionais e individuais. O método de pesquisa utilizado foi o estudo de casos. As unidades estudadas foram escolhidas intencionalmente, levando-se em conta seus formatos de negócio distintos, que permitiram ampliar o conhecimento sobre administradoras de carteira imobiliária. Os dados primários foram coletados através de entrevistas semi-estruturadas, cujos roteiros foram testados previamente em duas outras empresas imobiliárias. Baseado na revisão bibliográfica, foi elaborado um modelo conceitual e gráfico da gestão do conhecimento com foco no acesso ao conhecimento externo. Um dos processos incluídos no modelo foi o armazenamento externo de conhecimentos. Sem menção explícita na literatura pesquisada...

Um projeto de gestão e engenharia de conhecimento para controle da produção : um estudo de caso na fabricação de papel; A knowledge engineering and management project : an study in paper production

Dummer, Edson
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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Gestão de conhecimento busca criar, adquirir, compartilhar e utilizar ativos de conhecimento produzidos ou dispersos na organização, de forma a garantir o controle pela organização de um importante componente de seu produto ou serviço. A engenharia de conhecimento fornece os instrumentos que permitem identificar as fontes de conhecimento, e ajuda a extrair e modelar esse conhecimento, quando de fontes humanas, de forma a utilizá-lo de forma independente das pessoas. Este trabalho apresenta um estudo de caso no desenvolvimento de um projeto de gestão de conhecimento para a área de produção de uma empresa que atua na fabricação de papel, com um modelo de processo contínuo. O modelo de produção é particularmente interessante pelo fato de sofrer permanente monitoração e eventuais ações de reparo, cujo efeito será sentido apenas no final do processo produtivo. Ações erradas ou ineficientes acarretam significativas perdas de produto, com grande impacto no ganho da empresa. O objetivo deste trabalho é a identificação dos conhecimentos envolvidos na detecção de desvios de padrão no processo produtivo e nas ações de reparo para produção de papel. A partir do estudo do processo e da identificação dos insumos de conhecimento...

K-Aspects : uma abordagem baseada em aspectos para implementação de sistemas de conhecimentos; K-Aspects: an approach for building knowledge systems using aspects

Castro, Eduardo Studzinski Estima de
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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Esse trabalho define K-Aspects (Knowledge Aspects), uma abordagem para a implementação de Sistemas de Conhecimento (SC) em linguagens orientadas a objetos usando o paradigma orientado a aspectos (OA) e anotações de metadados. Essa abordagem define uma forte correspondência entre o Modelo de Conhecimento (MC) e sua implementação no paradigma da orientação a objetos (OO). K-Aspects fornece um conjunto de anotações documentacionais para facilitar a leitura da associação entre o modelo de implementação e o modelo conceitual do conhecimento; um conjunto de anotações para facilitar a separação de interesses na implementação do SC usando OA; um conjunto de bibliotecas para realizar a interpretação das anotações e sua execução em aspectos; e uma ferramenta para geração de documentação do MC a partir das anotações no código. A abordagem busca atender tanto os engenheiros de conhecimento quanto os engenheiros de desenvolvimento em projetos de SC. Os engenheiros de conhecimento tem ao seu alcance um modo adequado para elaborar a especificação do MC que resulta em uma especificação em uma linguagem orientada a objetos, permitindo aos engenheiros de desenvolvimento implementarem o sistema preservando a estrutura do modelo conceitual e mantendo clara distinção entre os requisitos associados ao MC dos demais requisitos. K-Annotations adicionam recursos de OA ao modelo conceitual do conhecimento OO...

Critical Knowledge Monitor System Model : healthcare context

Pereira, T.; Santos, Henrique Dinis dos
Fonte: Academic Publishing International Publicador: Academic Publishing International
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em /09/2012 ENG
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In  order to  provide  a  better service, sharing  knowledge  with partners and communities is becoming part of the healthcare organizations culture. Data, information and clinic knowledge require specific cautious, because it involves ethical and legal issues. The constant evolution of Information and Communication Technologies brings new opportunities with multiple forms of communication (web 2.0), therefore, new ways of sharing knowledge. Further, there is a wide knowledge sources: patient’s feedback; knowledge from Internet sources; knowledge from decision support systems;  and  inference  knowledge  (e.g.  Knowledge  from  Data  Mining techniques) justifying the use of knowledge management systems to get its benefits. The Critical Knowledge Monitor System Model, proposed here, allows knowledge sharing in a controlled ambient and could be a part of the answer to this paradigm that healthcare organizations face. To implement the Critical Knowledge Monitor System model we’ll need to apply knowledge  engineering  techniques such  as  ontology  construction,  text mining  techniques,  Information  retrieval...

Eliciting and utilizing rural students’ funds of knowledge in the service of science learning : an action research study

Lloyd, Ellen M. ; Borasi, Raffaella ; Luehmann, April Lynn (1967 - )
Fonte: University of Rochester. Publicador: University of Rochester.
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: Number of Pages:xii, 204 leaves
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Thesis (Ed. D.)--University of Rochester. Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development, 2010.; Several researchers have pointed out the failures of current schooling to adequately prepare students in science and called for radical reform in science education to address the problem. One dominant critique of science education is that several groups of students are not well served by current school science practices and discourses. Rural students represent one of these underserved populations. Yet, there is little in the literature that speaks specifically to reforming the science education of rural students. Utilizing action research as a methodology, this study was designed to learn more about the unique knowledge and life experiences of rural students, and how these unique knowledge, skills and interests could suggest new ways to improve science education in rural schools. Informed by this ultimate goal, I created an after school science club where the participating high school students engaged in solving a local watershed problem, while explicitly bringing to bear their unique backgrounds, local knowledge and life experiences from living in a rural area of Upstate New York. Using Funds of Knowledge as the theoretical framework...

Knowledge, Productivity, and Innovation in Nigeria : Creating a New Economy

Radwan, Ismail; Pellegrini, Giulia
Fonte: World Bank Publicador: World Bank
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Harnessing knowledge for development is not a new concept. Knowledge has always been central to development and can mean the difference between poverty and wealth. The knowledge economy is not just about establishing high-tech industries and creating an innovative and entrepreneurial culture. Economic literature indicates that simply adopting existing technologies widely available in developed countries can dramatically boost productivity and economic growth. This paper highlights the knowledge economy (KE) issues that confront Nigeria and offers policy prescriptions that will allow the country to take advantage of the opportunities available in moving toward a knowledge-based economy. The Knowledge Assessment Methodology (KAM) developed by the World Bank considers four pillars: a) skills and education, b) business environment, c) information and communications infrastructure, and d) innovation system.

Building Knowledge Economies : Advanced Strategies for Development

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
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Knowledge has always been an essential force in economic development. Chapter one, describes the knowledge revolution, which is leading us into a postindustrial age in which brains, not brawn, are the best means of coping with intensified competition and new challenges, including those related to human development and the global environment. In explaining the foundations and the model of knowledge economies, chapter two outlines the four knowledge economies (KE) pillars, provides elements of the benchmarking methodology, and relates KE achievements to recorded growth and competitiveness. To understand the KE process, chapter three starts with the examples of three KE champions, Finland, Ireland, and the Republic of Korea. The ensuing chapters examine and document in detail the four KE policy pillars. Chapter four on the economic and institutional regime discusses governance, regulation, finance, and trade as they bear on the KE development process. Chapter five on innovation addresses the question of support for innovators...

Japan, Moving Toward a More Advanced Knowledge Economy : Volume 2. Advanced Knowledge-Creating Companies

Takeuchi, Hirotaka; Shibata, Tsutomu
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
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These two volumes analyze Japan from the Knowledge Economy perspective, covering a wide range of sector issues in development including the macro economic framework, education and skills training, the national innovation system, science and technology, information and communication technology, and infrastructure. While Volume 1 explores the four pillars of the "Knowledge for Development" framework, the second volume presents up-to-date case studies of outstanding Japanese private companies that each characterize different aspects of the Knowledge Economy.

Knowledge Sharing : A Review of the Literature

Cummings, Jeffrey
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
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A successful knowledge-sharing effort requires a focus on more than simply the transfer of the specific knowledge. Instead, many of the activities to be undertaken need to focus on structuring and implementing the arrangement in a way that bridges both existing and potential relationship issues, and examining the form and location of the knowledge to ensure its complete transfer. In other words, while the activities used to share knowledge, such as document exchanges, presentations, job rotations, etc., are important, overcoming the factors that can impede, complicate and even harm knowledge internalization are equally important in determining the ultimate results of a knowledge-sharing effort. Accordingly, any evaluations of the Bank s knowledge-sharing efforts need to incorporate assessments of its use of activities related to understanding the form and embedded knowledge, establishing and managing appropriate administrative structures, and facilitating the transfer of the knowledge.

Towards Open Knowledge : The State of World Bank Knowledge Services

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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This first World Bank Knowledge Report launches what is intended as a series of World Bank Knowledge Reports. Although knowledge is a fundamental to the Bank s overall mission, and informs all of the Bank s development activities, it has not received the same degree of attention from management that has been accorded to its lending activities. By paying attention to knowledge work as a distinct service, the Bank and our stakeholders will be able to better understand the results of that work. This will lead to better management of the knowledge production process, more strategic partnerships with other knowledge institutions, and greater operational and policy impact. As the first in the series, this report spends some time surveying the horizon describing what kind of knowledge activities the World Bank undertakes and what its experience with this type of work has been. Consultations within the Bank and with external reviewers and partners during preparation of the report have enabled the institution to speak more clearly about the full range of these activities...

Enhancing knowledge: the impact of experience and information.

Hedayati, Hedyeh
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2010
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Background: The last two to three decades has seen a shift towards patients taking a more active role in treatment decision making. One way of enabling patients to give true informed consent prior to medical treatment is to give them adequate information from which to make a reasonable decision. Research highlights that lack of knowledge or poor recall of information may result in negative consequences for the patient. A plethora of studies have been conducted on improving the type and manner in which this information is given to ultimately improve patient knowledge. Assuming there is a limit to how much information can be imparted prior to treatment, the main purpose of this research was to assess the impact that the experience of treatment in addition to the standard pre-treatment information has on patients’ eventual knowledge of chemotherapy treatment information, a unique area of research. Methods: Part One: A literature review was conducted to determine all possible tools and methods that have been implemented for development of an improved consent process, including their effectiveness and their success in improving patient knowledge of the information given. A large number of studies were identified in assessing the effectiveness of a variety of interventions...

Developing a model for linking knowledge management systems and intellectual capital measurement.

Pinto, Mário Paulo; Lopes, Maria Filomena; Morais, Maria Paula
Fonte: International Conference on Practical Aspects of Knowledge Management Publicador: International Conference on Practical Aspects of Knowledge Management
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em //2006 POR
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Knowledge management systems (KMS) and intellectual capital (IC) measurement seek to increase the knowledge assets and the knowledge activities that bring competitive advantage to organizations. However, generally KMS ignore the IC measurement. This paper presents a model for linking these issues, showing the contibution of KMS to the IC measurement and their impact to organizations value creation. The model outlined in this paper should offer valuable guidelines to measuring the intangible assets through the knowledge wrapped in different KMS.

The Impact of Knowledge Awareness and Peer Talk on a Cognitive Conflict Task; Der Einfluss von Knowledge Awareness und Peer Talk auf eine kognitive Konfliktaufgabe

Baumeister, Antonia
Fonte: Universität Tübingen Publicador: Universität Tübingen
Tipo: Dissertation; info:eu-repo/semantics/doctoralThesis
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This dissertation combined and extended two research areas in order to predict learners' cognition and behavior in the context of a knowledge-rich, cognitive conflict task: research on the concept of knowledge awareness (Engelmann, Dehler, Bodemer, & Buder, 2009) and research on the conflict elaboration theory (Mugny, Butera, Sanchez-Mazas, & Pérez, 1995). Knowledge awareness is an approach developed in the field of computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL), and it is defined as "an individual’s state of being informed and having perceived information about others’ knowledge", that is, especially others' externalized task-relevant knowledge (Engelmann et al., 2009, p. 950). According to the conflict elaboration theory that is based on educational and social psychological theories and findings, confronting learners with a task solution that deviates from their own solution offers a great potential for learning. Further, a combined classification of the related concepts of knowledge awareness in CSCL and expertise awareness in computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) was suggested in this dissertation. This classification was based on a literature review of 30 computer-based applications for supporting knowledge or expertise awareness and a review of 22 studies which contributed to clarifying the psychological effects of knowledge or expertise awareness. Engelmann and colleagues (2009) introduced context-based...

Transforming Arab Economies : Traveling Knowledge and Innovation Road, Full Report

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: General Economy, Macroeconomics and Growth Study; Economic & Sector Work
ENGLISH; EN_US
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Over the past decade, some countries of the Middle East and North Africa region have spurred economic growth and improved their global competitiveness by taking the first steps in the direction of the knowledge economy. The World Bank Group focuses on Arab societies that deepen their commitment to reforms in four key policy areas: developing more open and entrepreneurial economies, preparing a better-educated and skilled population, improving capabilities for innovation and research, and expanding information and communication technologies. The success of a knowledge-economy strategy depends on coordinated progress on all four fronts, with bold approaches tailored to each country's challenges and opportunities. This report includes chapters organized into three main parts. Part 1 presents the rationale and approach for the transition to the knowledge- and innovation-driven economy. Part 2 describes the policies to be implemented in key areas of the knowledge economy: governance, education, innovation, and information and communication technology. Part 3 discusses economic diversification initiatives that can help countries make the most of their knowledge-economy investments. The three annexes to this report review the literature on the relationship between the knowledge economy and job creation in the Middle East and North Africa region...

Sharing Knowledge : Innovations and Remaining Challenges

Gwin, Catherine
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Publication; Publications & Research :: Publication
ENGLISH; EN_US
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The knowledge initiative aims to expand knowledge sharing as a way of doing business-not a separate line of business. It also proposes, appropriately, a comprehensive strategy to bring about both internal and external changes. This evaluation examines the relevance of that strategy and the institutional infrastructure put in place to implement it. It also reviews the effectiveness of the strategy's three main areas of innovation: Network and Regional internal knowledgesharing activities among Bank staff; Regional and country external knowledge sharing with clients; The three Bank-supported global knowledge initiatives that have the broadest knowledge-sharing scope are: The Development Gateway, The Global Development Learning Network, and the Global Development Network. The transfer of knowledge and information has always been a dimension of the Bank's role. And clients, partners, and the international community at large have long seen the Bank as a main source of high-quality development analysis and expertise. The 1996 knowledge initiative raises the profile of this aspect of the Bank's role...

Using information technology to support the discovery of novel knowledge in organizations

Jenkin, Tracy A.
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 3892694 bytes; application/pdf
EN; EN
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In this dissertation, I examine how IT can support individuals, and in turn their organizations, in learning about and knowing their external environment on the Web. Specifically, I examine novel-knowledge discovery in the context of the multi-level organizational learning process, focusing on cognitive developments and changes to mental models. Novel knowledge is defined as knowledge that is potentially strategically important to the organization, not currently known to the organization, indirectly relevant and therefore difficult to find. Novel knowledge is proposed to be one of three different types of knowledge that organizations seek to discover in their environment. A theoretical framework is developed to identify the sets of tool characteristics, collectively referred to as levels, which are proposed to support the discovery of different types of knowledge, as well as different modes of learning and learning processes. In addition, extensions to the 4I organizational learning process model are proposed, specific to searching and learning on the Web: 1) adding a fifth process – information foraging and search-term development, and 2) adding a fourth level to the learning process – the machine-level. A competing theories approach is used to develop a rich understanding of knowledge discovery and learning on the Web. Understanding which types of tools are useful in different learning contexts has implications for learning effectiveness and may help firms understand how to “manage” their learning. Tools for the discovery of highly novel knowledge are less prevalent than tools to support the other levels of knowledge discovery. Accordingly...

Building a Knowledge Management Model at Brazil's Embrapa (Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation): Towards a Knowledge-Based View of Organizations.

ALVARENGA NETO, R. C. D. de; VIEIRA, J. L. G.
Fonte: The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, v. 9, issue 2, p. 85-97. Publicador: The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management, v. 9, issue 2, p. 85-97.
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
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This paper investigates and analyses the process of building a knowledge management (KM) model at Brazil‟s Embrapa (The Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation). Embrapa is a world class knowledge organization whose mission is to provide feasible solutions for the sustainable development of Brazilian agribusiness through knowledge and technology generation and transfer. The qualitative research strategy used was the study of a single case with incorporated units of analysis and two criteria were observed for the judgment of the quality of the research project: validity of the construct and reliability. Multiple sources of evidence were used and data analysis consisted of three flows of activities: data reduction, data displays and conclusion drawing/verification. The results revealed a robust KM model made of four dynamic axes: (i) strategy (a strategic conception of information and knowledge use), (ii) environment - four different groups of enabling conditions (social-behavioral, information/communication, cognitive/epistemic and business/managerial), sine qua non conditions for successful implementation, (iii) tool box ? sets of IT tools and managerial practices and (iv) results ? in terms of outputs, being both tangible and intangible assets. The conclusions suggest that a collaborative building of a KM model in a diverse and geographically dispersed organization is more likely to succeed than one that is build and implemented from the top-down perspective. Embrapa‟s KM Model is more inclined to be a knowledge-based view of organization than merely a KM model. Limitations of the study and suggestions for future research are also discussed.; 2012

DESIGNING FOR KNOWLEDGE CREATION WORK:; DESIGNING FOR KNOWLEDGE CREATION WORK: AN EXEMPLAR APPLICATION OF SENSE-MAKING METHODOLOGY DOI: 10.5773/rai.v9i2.949

Souto, Patrícia Cristina do Nascimento; Dervin, Brenda; Savolainen, Reijo
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Economia, Administração e Contabilidade Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Economia, Administração e Contabilidade
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 05/07/2012 POR
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Designing approaches to support knowledge intensive work has been documented to be critical and costly. Research has shown that knowledge workers frequently evaluate such efforts as missing the mark. They are too often left without the help they need for constructing knowledge-based solutions. Knowledge workers point to failures not so much in accessing topically-perfect-information but rather to communication gaps, such as practices and knowledge interactions that do not address work demands and knowing needs in complex, changing, and sometimes elusive situations. This research used an interviewing approach informed by Dervin's Sense-Making Methodology. The aim was to allow digging deeply to understand hidden depths of knowing practices that rarely have come to light in user studies. The ultimate aim is to design knowledge interactions and practices that support complex knowledge creation anchored to knowledge worker’s knowing practices and to the situationality of these practices. The purpose of this paper is to present an exemplar study focusing on the challenges of doing user research in such a way that it usefully informs the design of knowledge supportive practices and interactions intended for use in complex knowledge creation work in the for-profit context. Dervin’s Sense-Making Methodology is presented as an alternative and more powerful approach to studying knowledge creation work in organizational contexts.; Designing approaches to support knowledge intensive work has been documented to be critical and costly. Research has shown that knowledge workers frequently evaluate such efforts as missing the mark. They are too often left without the help they need for constructing knowledge-based solutions. Knowledge workers point to failures not so much in accessing topically-perfect-information but rather to communication gaps...

Análise do conhecimento pedagógico do conteúdo de professores de química a partir da perspectiva dos educandos; Analysis of Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Chemistry teachers from the student\'s perspective

Girotto Júnior, Gildo
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 25/09/2015 PT
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A profissão professor é aquela com a qual todas as pessoas possuem mais contato, pois todos os que passaram pela educação básica conviveram diariamente com professores por, pelo menos doze anos e, intuitivamente, reconhecem os bons profissionais. No entanto, transformar a intuição numa base de conhecimentos sistematizada que explique o sucesso de uns em detrimento dos problemas enfrentados por outros não é uma tarefa simples. Neste trabalho nossa hipótese se baseia na possibilidade de reconhecimento dos conhecimentos da base de um professor por parte dos seus alunos. Para tanto, nos pautamos no referencial da base de conhecimentos profissionais e, em particular seu conceito mais conhecido, o Conhecimento Pedagógico de Conteúdo (PCK) que representa o conhecimento que os professores utilizam no processo do ensino. Com esse intuito foram investigados três professores de química, a partir das percepções que seus estudantes têm das suas práticas educativas e essas percepções foram confrontadas com a análise do pesquisador. A pesquisa apresenta uma abordagem mista (qualitativa e quantitativa). Os dados coletados incluem os planejamentos de curso, entrevistas, registros audiovisuais e respostas ao instrumento CoRe dos professores por um lado...

Conhecimento compartilhado nas universidades: o tácito e o explícito em sala de aula; Sharing knowledge in the universities: tacits and explicits knowledge in the classroom; Sharing knowledge in the universities: tacits and explicits knowledge in the classroom

Scharf, Edson Roberto; FURB
Fonte: Universidade Federal Fluminense - LATEC Publicador: Universidade Federal Fluminense - LATEC
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 29/05/2009 POR
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Este artigo teve por objetivo caracterizar a disseminação do conhecimento por meio devariados instrumentos em sala de aula e o entendimento do docente quanto ao interessedos alunos para com estes instrumentos. Para entender o compartilhamento doconhecimento na universidade, foi realizada pesquisa com docentes em cursos de teorracional (engenharias elétrica, civil e química) e de teor considerado matricial (curso deadministração) em instituição de ensino superior referência na sua área de abrangência. Oestudo ficou caracterizado como exploratório e foi realizado com amostra escolhida porconveniência do pesquisador, tendo como base os trinta e sete cursos que a instituiçãooferece. Os resultados obtidos demonstraram que, apesar do ambiente dinâmico ser própriodo conhecimento, os livros ainda são as ferramentas mais usadas pelos docentes paraobtenção do conhecimento e que, na sua percepção, a aquisição do conhecimento pelosalunos também se dá em maior quantidade através deles. Embora em sala de aula o livroseja o instrumento mais usado, nos cursos de engenharia o artigo científico tem participaçãomuito próxima. Quanto ao aprofundamento dos temas, é no livro que os docentes deAdministração se baseiam enquanto os das engenharias se baseiam em livros e artigos dejornais e revistas. Por último...