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## "O espaço de aprendizagem e a atividade de ensino: o clube de matemática" ; The learning space and activities: The Math Club

Cedro, Wellington Lima
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
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## Desenvolvimento do conceito de avaliação na formação inicial de professores em atividade colaborativa.; Development of the concept of valuation in the teachers formation initial on the collaborating activity.

Barros, Luciana Alvares Paes de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
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## O jogo na atividade de ensino: um estudo das ações didáticas de professores em formação inicial; Gaming in the teaching activity - a study on teachers didactic initiatives in the initial teacher training.

Ritzmann, Camilla Duarte Schiavo
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
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## A significação do planejamento de ensino em uma atividade de formação de professores; The signification of lesson planning in a teachers training activity

Vaccas, Amanda Arajs Marques
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
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A presente pesquisa tem como objeto de análise a ação de planejamento do ensino. O planejamento como uma das ações de ensino da Atividade docente nos permite compreender e explicar o movimento de formação dos futuros professores polivalentes para a organização do ensino. No planejamento, o professor pode tomar consciência do próprio processo de formação (por exemplo, referente ao não domínio teórico dos conceitos) e da necessidade do estudo como uma de suas ações para o ensino. Sendo o planejamento, portanto, ação estruturante da atividade de ensino, tivemos como objetivo investigar o seu processo de significação como ação da atividade pedagógica, a fim de identificar a apropriação do significado de planejamento, em estudantes de Pedagogia, em atividade de ensino, vinculada a um projeto de estágio da FEUSP intitulado Clube de Matemática. Por meio de nossas observações, intervenções e estudos teóricos sobre o planejamento do ensino e sobre os conceitos teórico-metodológicos da Teoria Histórico-Cultural, destacamos quatro elementos preponderantes do planejamento da atividade pedagógica e que, juntos, constituem a unidade estruturante do ato de planejar. São eles: 1) o sujeito no planejamento, 2) a gestão do tempo...

## Effectiveness of Patient Adherence Groups as a Model of Care for Stable Patients on Antiretroviral Therapy in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa

Luque-Fernandez, Miguel Angel; Van Cutsem, Gilles; Goemaere, Eric; Hilderbrand, Katherine; Schomaker, Michael; Mantangana, Nompumelelo; Mathee, Shaheed; Dubula, Vuyiseka; Ford, Nathan; Boulle, Andrew; Hernan, Miguel Angel
Fonte: Public Library of Science Publicador: Public Library of Science
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Background: Innovative models of care are required to cope with the ever-increasing number of patients on antiretroviral therapy in the most affected countries. This study, in Khayelitsha, South Africa, evaluates the effectiveness of a group-based model of care run predominantly by non-clinical staff in retaining patients in care and maintaining adherence. Methods and Findings: Participation in “adherence clubs” was offered to adults who had been on ART for at least 18 months, had a current CD4 count >200 cells/ml and were virologically suppressed. Embedded in an ongoing cohort study, we compared loss to care and virologic rebound in patients receiving the intervention with patients attending routine nurse-led care from November 2007 to February 2011. We used inverse probability weighting to estimate the intention-to-treat effect of adherence club participation, adjusted for measured baseline and time-varying confounders. The principal outcome was the combination of death or loss to follow-up. The secondary outcome was virologic rebound in patients who were virologically suppressed at study entry. Of 2829 patients on ART for >18 months with a CD4 count above 200 cells/µl, 502 accepted club participation. At the end of the study...

## Clube da matemática: jogando com múltiplas inteligências

Maffei, Letícia de Queiroz
POR
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The “Clube de Matemática” (Mathematics Club) is a project of meetings that, through playful activities, allows students to play and have fun using their multiple intelligences. Performed in opposite to the formal school shift, the club is a space where activities like papertoys, origami, puzzles and varied games are enjoyed in a way that latent abilities arise in the form of entertainment, creation, art, joy and interaction. This dissertation presents the experience of the “Clube de Matemática” held with students of final elementary grades from two public schools in Pelotas. The argument in support to this work is the Theory of Multiple Intelligences developed by Howard Gardner (1994,1995), specially his ideas on the particular spectrum of intelligences that each individual possesses and can develop, when in contexts that recognize this multiplicity. Subsidized in other authors, the universe of games and origami – resources that occupied prominent places both in the “Clube de Matemática” experience and in the construction of this study – was more deeply explored. We conducted a mapping of journals, books, articles and thesis that include elements such as math club, games, origami and multiple intelligences aiming to get new perspectives. In order to answer the question that guides this work – “How to defend the practice of different activities in mathematics lessons so that such activities occur without direct link to the syllabus...

## A Case Study of Social Justice Mathematics: The Experiences of Secondary Students and Preservice Teachers in Mathematics Teaching and Learning

Lam, MANDY
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
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This case study described the experiences of secondary students and preservice mathematics teachers in the teaching and learning of social justice mathematics (SJM). Specifically, participants’ experiences in making connections among the mathematics curricula and the real world, perceptions about mathematics, and responses to an integrated curriculum approach were described. Students participated in SJM activities designed by preservice teacher participants: one component of a pre-existing extracurricular Social Issues Club at a high school in Southeastern Ontario. Mathematics activities, led by the researcher or one of the preservice teacher participants, were designed to complement the social justice issues that were being explored by the members of the Social Issues Club. Data were obtained through observations, questionnaires, focus group, individual interviews, written reflections, and artifacts. Results demonstrated that preservice teacher participants had unique professional and educational encounters prior to SJM that they connected to their SJM experience. Subsequent to this experience, preservice teachers suggested limited ideas about integrating curriculum into their future teaching practice beyond the content and contexts made familiar to them through SJM. With limited exposure to examples of curriculum integration identified by preservice teachers as a barrier...

## Clube de matemática: palco de transformação dos motivos da atividade de estudo; Mathematics club: stage of transformation of the reasons for study activity

Silva , Douglas Aires da
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação em Ciências e Matemática (PRPG); Pró-Reitoria de Pós-graduação (PRPG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação em Ciências e Matemática (PRPG); Pró-Reitoria de Pós-graduação (PRPG)
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This research aims to understand the transformation of the reasons for the activity study of students in Math Club in search of the answer to our question: What is the movement of the reasons for the activity study of students in relation to mathematical knowledge? Become aware of this process is relevant in a space in which the organization of teaching in mathematics can be more one of the factors that contribute to the process of humanization of the subjects involved in the teaching-learning dyad. The current model of education has proved inefficient for emancipation of children maintaining the conditions of alienation developed in the historical path, due to the economic system we live. Think about a humanizing education, that is, capable of humanizing the child and overcome this alienation that exist in the capitalist education; implies thinking of a way to organize the teaching in which subjects are participants of the learning process. The Mathematics Club is a project that is an example of this mode of organization. This bias, we considered three pillars: collaborative work, the problem situation (triggering learning) and the playful character. Based on cultural-historical theory and activity theory, with foundations in the historical - dialectical materialism...

## On the notion of balance in social network analysis

Hegarty, Peter
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The notion of "balance" is fundamental for sociologists who study social networks. In formal mathematical terms, it concerns the distribution of triad configurations in actual networks compared to random networks of the same edge density. On reading Charles Kadushin's recent book "Understanding Social Networks", we were struck by the amount of confusion in the presentation of this concept in the early sections of the book. This confusion seems to lie behind his flawed analysis of a classical empirical data set, namely the karate club graph of Zachary. Our goal here is twofold. Firstly, we present the notion of balance in terms which are logically consistent, but also consistent with the way sociologists use the term. The main message is that the notion can only be meaningfully applied to undirected graphs. Secondly, we correct the analysis of triads in the karate club graph. This results in the interesting observation that the graph is, in a precise sense, quite "unbalanced". We show that this lack of balance is characteristic of a wide class of starlike-graphs, and discuss possible sociological interpretations of this fact, which may be useful in many other situations.; Comment: Version 2: 23 pages, 4 figures. An extra section has been added towards the end...

## Club does not imply the existence of a Suslin tree

Džamonja, Mirna; Shelah, Saharon
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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We prove that club does not imply the existence of a Suslin tree, so answering a question of I. Juhasz.

## Similar but not the same: various versions of club do not coincide

Džamonja, Mirna; Shelah, Saharon
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Various versions of club are shown to be different. A question of Soukup, Fuchino and Juhasz, is it consistent to have a stick without club, is answered as a consequence. The more detailed version of the paper, which is coming up, also answers a question of Galvin.

## Shooting a club with finite conditions

Zapletal, Jindřich
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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We study cohabitation of the poset $P_S$ shooting a club through a given stationary subset $S$ of $\omega _1$ with finite conditions with other forcings. Sample results: (1) $P_S$ "sometimes" preserves presaturatedness of $NS_{\omega _1}$ (2) $P_S=P_T$ if $S=T mod NS_{\omega _1}$ (in Boolean algebra sense) (3) Cons ( one can embed $Q,$ the poset adding $\aleph _1$ Cohen reals, to $P_S$ such that reals in $V^Q$ are the same as reals in $V^{P_S}.$ )

## Saturated filters at successors of singulars, weak reflection and yet another weak club principle

Džamonja, Mirna; Shelah, Saharon
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Suppose that lambda is the successor of a singular cardinal mu whose cofinality is an uncountable cardinal kappa. We give a sufficient condition that the club filter of lambda concentrating on the points of cofinality kappa is not lambda^+-saturated. The condition is phrased in terms of a notion that we call weak reflection. We discuss various properties of weak reflection

## Club guessing and the universal models

Džamonja, Mirna
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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We survey the use of club guessing and other pcf constructs in the context of showing that a given partially ordered class of objects does not have a largest, or a universal element.

## Club guessing for dummies

Soukup, Daniel; Soukup, Lajos
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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We give a direct, detailed and relatively short proof of Shelah's theorem on club guessing sequences on $S^{\mu^+}_\mu$ (for any regular, uncountable cardinal $\mu$).

## The club of simplicial sets

Borisov, Dennis
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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A club structure is defined on the category of simplicial sets. This club generalizes the operad of associative rings by adding "amalgamated" products.

## Measuring club-sequences with a large continuum

Asperó, David; Mota, Miguel Angel
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One of the most frustrating problems faced by set theorists working with iterated proper forcing is the lack of techniques for producing models in which the continuum has size greater than the second uncountable cardinal. In this paper we solve this problem in the specific case of measuring, a very strong negation of Club Guessing introduced by Justin Moore.; Comment: 15 pages

## Robust Inference of Risks of Large Portfolios

Fan, Jianqing; Han, Fang; Liu, Han; Vickers, Byron
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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We propose a bootstrap-based robust high-confidence level upper bound (Robust H-CLUB) for assessing the risks of large portfolios. The proposed approach exploits rank-based and quantile-based estimators, and can be viewed as a robust extension of the H-CLUB method (Fan et al., 2015). Such an extension allows us to handle possibly misspecified models and heavy-tailed data. Under mixing conditions, we analyze the proposed approach and demonstrate its advantage over the H-CLUB. We further provide thorough numerical results to back up the developed theory. We also apply the proposed method to analyze a stock market dataset.; Comment: 45 pages, 2 figures

## On Structural Parameterizations for the 2-Club Problem

Hartung, Sepp; Komusiewicz, Christian; Nichterlein, André; Suchý, Ondrej
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica