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Os formadores e o desenvolvimento profissional de professores de inglês: diferentes olhares, diferentes práticas; Trainers and professional development for teachers of English: different looks, different practices

Moretti, Lindiane Viviane
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 24/09/2014 PT
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O objetivo desta dissertação é compreender de que maneira o olhar do formador influencia nas práticas e contribui para as aprendizagens de professores de inglês dentro de um contexto de formação em que o diálogo entre esses agentes é parte das premissas do programa de formação. Trata-se de pesquisa qualitativa, de natureza descritiva e exploratória (COHEN, MANION, 2002). Utiliza-se dos procedimentos delineados pela metodologia de análise de conteúdo (MORAES, 1999) para encontrar e compreender as mudanças e permanências de ações dos professores após a participação em Oficinas de Formação e durante as sessões de Acompanhamento (Feedback). Apoia-se, principalmente, nos conceitos de desenvolvimento profissional (OLIVEIRA-FORMOSINHO, 2009), nos saberes docentes (TARDIF, 2012) e nos modelos de formação de professores com perspectiva crítico-reflexiva (NUNES e NUNES, 2013). Reflete sobre a formação inicial do professor de inglês e a valorização das línguas estrangeiras nas escolas públicas brasileiras (FERRO,1998; DINIZ-PEREIRA, 1999; LEFFA, 2001; PAIVA, 1997, 2003; BUSNARDI e FERNANDES, 2010) e consequentemente sobre os desafios para a formação contínua de professores de inglês para crianças (ROCHA...

Os professores e sua escrita : o genero discursivo "memorial de formação"; Teachers and their writting : written records of professional development in a discourse genre

Adriane Teresinha Sartori
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/02/2008 PT
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Esta tese investiga Memoriais de Formação, gênero discursivo produzido por discentes do Proesf, programa coordenado pela Faculdade de Educação da Unicamp, visando à licenciatura em Pedagogia de docentes em exercício na educação infantil e primeiras séries do ensino fundamental da região metropolitana de Campinas. O objetivo geral deste trabalho é discutir este gênero como uma ferramenta relevante na formação de professores, com base na teoria delineada pelo Círculo de Bakhtin. Para a realização da pesquisa, foram selecionados quarenta Memoriais de Formação, vinte produzidos em 2005 e vinte em 2006, em relação aos quais se procedeu a investigação quanto à forma composicional, ao tema e ao estilo. Procurando-se construir uma articulação entre a micro e a macroanálise do objeto de pesquisa, buscou-se explorar dados da situação enunciativa e, em conseqüência de alterações de alguns aspectos dessa situação, produziram-se diferenças significativas entre os dois grupos de textos. De forma geral, a análise da forma composicional permite constatar que o Memorial de Formação é um gênero repleto de intercalação de vozes de diversas esferas, a acadêmica e a literária especialmente. A partir da escolha de relatos sobre a formação profissional...

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

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

Recruiting, Retaining, and Retraining Secondary School Teachers and Principals in Sub-Saharan Africa

Mulkeen, Aidan; Chapman, David W.; DeJaeghere, Joan G.; Leu, Elizabeth
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
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This working paper is based on country case studies of Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea, Madagascar, Tanzania, and Uganda, and an extensive literature review. In many parts of Africa, the demand for secondary teachers substantially exceeds the supply, due to factors such as secondary teacher attrition, bottlenecks in the teacher preparation system, and perceived unattractive conditions of service. Few countries have strong policies, strategies, and programs for recruiting able secondary school graduates to secondary teaching. The paper suggests several critical and promising areas for improvement in the quality of secondary teachers through new approaches to recruitment; pre-service and in-service teacher development; and improvements in the deployment, utilization, compensation, and conditions of service for teachers.

Improving Learning in Uganda, Volume II : Problematic Curriculum Areas and Teacher Effectiveness, Insights from National Assessments

Najjumba, Innocent Mulindwa; Marshall, Jeffrey H.
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
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Uganda is one of the few African countries with a functional national assessment system. Established in 2003, the National Assessment of Progress in Education (NAPE) Program is executed by the Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB). The program uses a learning outcomes measurement framework to annually measure achievement in literacy and numeracy proficiency on the basis of a cross-sectional, nationally representative sample of learners from the primary three (P3) and primary six (P6) grades. In 2008, the framework was extended to the senior two (S2) grade of lower secondary education for English, math, and biology. However, use of national assessment results to inform improvements in student learning remains weak. These data can nevertheless be used to search for solutions to the challenge of low-quality education in Uganda. The objective of this study is to generate a comprehensive, consolidated evidence base about student learning outcomes and teacher effectiveness in primary and secondary schools Uganda...

Teachers in Anglophone Africa : Issues in Teacher Supply, Training, and Management

Mulkeen, Aidan
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
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Based on case studies of education systems and practices in eight English-speaking African countries, the publication closely examines issues of teacher supply, deployment, management and finance. The book suggests that these issues are closely interrelated. Low numbers of qualified teaching graduates may result in teacher shortages; these shortages may make it difficult to deploy teachers effectively. Problems with teacher deployment may result in inefficient utilization of the teachers available, and those teachers effectiveness may be further reduced by weak teacher management and support systems. The book identifies policies and practices that are working on the ground, noting their potential pitfalls and pointing out that policies designed to address one problem may make another problem worse. Teachers in Anglophone Africa offers a useful synthesis of the issues and draws together a series of promising practices, which can serve as positive suggestions for countries seeking to improve their teacher policies.

The Promotion of Social Cohesion Through Education in Sri Lanka

World Bank
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
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The social dimensions and benefits of education are being increasingly appreciated in developed and middle-income countries. Among the many social benefits of education, promoting social cohesion in countries has become extremely important in the modern world, as global mobility of culturally diverse populations has posed challenges to the shared values, ethics and identities of societies. The instantaneous transfer of diverse and varied information through modern communications technologies has further increased the importance of social cohesion. Cohesive societies are more effective in achieving collective economic and social goals, since such societies are better at including and uniting diverse groups and forging synergy (OECD, 2001; Greaney, 2006). Five dimensions of social cohesion, belonging, inclusion, participation, recognition and legitimacy, are especially important for multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-religious societies such as Sri Lanka. The education system is of central importance in promoting national unity and solidarity among the different social groups in a country. Education is a key instrument in the promotion of social cohesion through the transmission of knowledge and the shaping of attitudes of individuals towards diversity and change. Sri Lanka has initiated measures to promote social cohesion through the school curriculum...

Teacher Development and Management : Overview of Policy Briefs

Allemano, Eric; Baumgart, Neil; Chapman, David; Craig, Helen; Kraft, Richard; Rawlinson, Ralph; Thornton, Hilary
Fonte: World Bank, Washington, DC Publicador: World Bank, Washington, DC
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This is an overview of policy briefs on continuous professional development of teachers, from the ealiest years onward.Studies focussed on the early years are: Effective Teachers and Performance Standards, which looks at how formal qualifications of teachers, and other information frequently recorded on a database of teachers, seldom predict effectiveness in raising student achievement. Accreditation of teacher education institutions and programs; Teacher Certification; Teacher Educators and Initial Teacher Education Programs; Teacher Recruitment and Deployment (paper forthcoming). Papers focussed on the years after the initial training are: Induction Programs for Newly Trained Teachers; Continuous Professional Development (CPD); Teacher Support Networks; Teacher Motivation: Incentives and Working Conditions; Teacher Supervision and Monitoring (paper forthcoming); Teacher Collaboration (paper forthcoming); Professional Development Frameworks (paper forthcoming); Role of Unions/Professional Associations to Support Teachers (paper forthcoming). Additonal topics are: HIV and AIDS and Teachers...

International Conference on Use of ICT and ODL in Teacher Education : Bihar, India

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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With Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) transitioning towards the Right To Education (RTE), teacher education institutions and systems need to be fully geared up to meet the demands of pre-service and in-service teacher education and their ongoing professional development. Most states do not have adequate systems to provide the necessary cadres of trained elementary level school teachers. It is thus important to enhance the roles and capacities of teacher education institutions in India to support them to become globally competitive, professionally managed, and futuristically progressive to cater to the needs of huge back logs of untrained teachers. This training is crucial to ensure that children at the elementary levels get quality education in accordance with the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 and its basic tenets of child centered pedagogy.

Strengthening Teacher Capacity in Bihar through ICT : Designing Innovative Solution to Unique Challenges

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
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Within this context, there are significant opportunities to harness Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Open and Distance Learning (ODL) in teacher education, especially to deliver pre-service teacher education. Consequently, the Government of Bihar requested the World Bank to provide support in development of distance education curriculum, related syllabi, content, effective delivery mechanisms, appropriate student support systems, and assessment strategies to meet the needs of its untrained teachers. Many other states and countries are facing similar problems, and will need to prepare comprehensive time-bound plans for untrained teachers to acquire the prescribed qualifications (both academic and professional). Thus, experiences in Bihar might provide models for developing an ICT-based teacher education system that can be used as a useful reference point by others facing similar problems. This report outlines these experiences and shares lessons learned through the process to date.

Educating the Next Generation : Improving Teacher Quality in Cambodia

Tandon, Prateek; Fukao, Tsuyoshi
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
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This book diagnoses Cambodian teaching quality and presents policy options for reform. Through classroom observation, assessments of mathematics and pedagogical content knowledge, and surveys of teachers and school directors, it sheds light on content and instruction, interactions with school directors, instructional support systems, and the implementation of teacher standards. The book investigates the competencies and skills of those attracted to teaching; it assesses the extent to which preservice education in Cambodia is delivering graduates with high content mastery and exposure to a student-centered learning environment; and it examines how teacher performance has been impacted by national incentives, an evaluation system that is disconnected from classroom realities, and the extent to which opportunities to learn and share best-practice lessons with peers exists. Out of the diagnosis follow three policy pillars to reform how teachers are trained, maintained, and motivated. First, the government must make teaching a much more attractive profession. Second...

Tracking Basic Education Expenditure in Yemen : Analyses of Public Resource Management and Teacher Absenteeism

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Other Education Study; Economic & Sector Work
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Yemen faces significant challenges in expanding access and promoting quality for improved educational outcomes. The study employs both qualitative and quantitative methods to provide recommendations for tracking public expenditure and improving service delivery in the basic education sector in Yemen. To this end, it documents the management of public resources in Yemen's education sector and potential inefficiencies in the use of these resources. This report, through its various components, revealed significant impediments-teacher deployment and salary payment, materials provision, student and teacher attendance, among others-on the path to improving education service delivery in Yemen. This study examines four main research issues related to Yemen's education sector: 1) leakage in the flow of funds, 2) compliance with financial management standards, 3) incentives to provide better quality services, and 4) teacher management issues. The study investigates the disparities and inconsistencies between formal regulations and informal practices in teacher deployment, wage payments, and resource allocations to schools. The study explores how absenteeism correlates with a wide range of potential determinants of the quality of education at the individual...

Brazil - Teachers Development and Incentives : A Strategic Framework

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
ENGLISH; EN_US
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The study selectively looks at the complex set of issues surrounding the effectiveness of Brazil's teachers, in the context of the "ensino fundamental" program changes, and examines the key stages of the teacher career, i.e., preparation, professional entry, and professional development - as they cut across the policy dimensions of quality assurance, management, and incentives. Chapter I analyzes the key reforms, and demographic trends which are reshaping the macro environment for Brazil's teachers, as well as the legal, and financial impacts on teacher compensation, and certification. Chapter II looks at the evidence of teacher quality, and performance, by analyzing the national achievement test scores, which show a continuing wide divergence in student learning across regions, and between state, and municipal systems. Chapters III and IV focus on teacher preparation, and teacher management respectively, recommending a close focus on school leadership - criteria and processes. Chapters V and VI look at teacher professional development...

Vietnam : Reading and Mathematics Assessment Study, Volume 1. How Measuring Achievement Distribution Informs Education Policy Development

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work :: Other Education Study; Economic & Sector Work
ENGLISH; EN_US
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This paper contains three volumes presenting the Vietnam Reading and Mathematics Assessment Study conducted in 2001. The first volume sets the study in its country context, describes its genesis, outlines the methodology, and summarizes the results. The main purpose is to show how the analysis of the study results points to specific policy interventions. The strong link between a teacher's subject knowledge, and the performance of her pupils argues for teacher upgrade programs, while the high variation of pupil performance between schools in the same province calls for local programs that improve school effectiveness. The first volume is followed by a second volume detailing the study results, and a third providing a full description of the study methodology.

Language, Literacy, and Learning in Primary Schools : Implications for Teacher Development Programs in Nigeria

Adekola, Olatunde A.
Fonte: Washington, DC: World Bank Publicador: Washington, DC: World Bank
Tipo: Publications & Research :: Publication; Publications & Research :: Publication
ENGLISH; EN_US
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Language, Literacy, and Learning in Primary Schools is a synthesis of the findings arising from four years of policy research and development in Nigeria's primary schools that focused on the gap between what teachers should know and be able to do, and the realities of teaching and learning in classrooms. It begins by critically examining the outcomes of primary schooling as measured by learning achievement results from national assessments, and by identifying some core learning problems for Nigerian primary school children. It reviews the findings from recent research reports that studied teaching and learning processes in primary school classrooms, and it identifies the pedagogical issues in primary classrooms that contribute to poor learning achievements. This report describes a research and development program that set out to improve teaching and learning in core learning skill areas of the curriculum.

Cote d'Ivoire : Teacher Policies 2012

World Bank
Fonte: Washington, DC Publicador: Washington, DC
Tipo: Publications & Research; Publications & Research :: Working Paper
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Achieving the right teacher policies to ensure that every classroom has a motivated, supported, and competent teacher remains a challenge, because evidence on the impacts of many teacher policies remains insufficient and scattered. Systems approach for better education results (SABER) - teachers, aims to help fill this gap by collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, and disseminating comprehensive information on teacher policies in primary and secondary education systems around the world. SABER - teachers' collects data on ten core teacher policy areas to offer a comprehensive descriptive overview of the teacher policies that are in place in each participating education system. SABER - teachers analyzes the teacher policy data collected to assess each education system s progress in achieving eight teacher policy goals: (1) setting clear expectations for teachers; (2) attracting the best into teaching; (3) preparing teachers with useful training and experience; (4) matching teachers skills with students' needs; (5) leading teachers with strong principals; (6) monitoring teaching and learning; (7) supporting teachers to improve instruction; and (8) motivating teachers to perform. By classifying countries according to their performance on each of the eight teacher policy goals...

Professores, textos profissionais e formadores : a leitura nos processos de formação continuada; Teachers, professional texts and teacher trainers : reading in teacher development and education processes

Rosângela Maria Mazzieiro Mourão
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 05/10/2012 PT
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Este é um estudo sobre as relações que se tecem no processo de formação continuada entre professores, formadores e textos profissionais, entendidos como um conjunto de produções que engloba textos acadêmicos, teóricos ou relativos a resultados de pesquisa, e textos de caráter teórico-didático. Para sua realização, a pesquisadora inseriu-se, pelo período de um ano, no espaço de formação continuada semanal - Hora de Trabalho Pedagógico Coletivo (HTPC) -, de uma escola pública estadual, para ali documentar através de gravações em áudio e de registros escritos em um caderno de apontamentos, nos moldes da pesquisa participante, a dinâmica enunciativa, instaurada e mediada pela leitura dos textos profissionais, entre professoras-alfabetizadoras e a formadora-pesquisadora. Os encontros de formação foram a fonte de indícios dos sentidos produzidos tanto sobre o que foi lido, quanto sobre o processo da leitura em suas condições de apropriação e elaboração. A compreensão interpretativa desses indicadores apoiou-se, fundamentalmente, nas teses de Mikhail Bakhtin sobre a determinação histórica dos processos de significação e sobre seus estudos acerca dos gêneros do discurso. Essa opção teórica implicou o trabalho articulado com diferentes campos de conhecimento que tematizam a leitura...

CLIL Teacher Development: Challenges and Experiences

Banegas, Dario Luis
Fonte: Universidade La Sabana Publicador: Universidade La Sabana
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Content and Language Integrated Learning is regarded as an innovative or alternative approach to Communicative Language Teaching. Stakeholders, researchers and other actors involved in teaching foreign language embrace CLIL in the hope that deficiencies in foreign language learning can be overcome so as to meet new socio-economic needs.  However, CLIL is not only about benefits. In this article I will first outline some of its challenges and drawback particularly in reference to teachers and teacher development since other difficulties may be rooted in how teachers are prepared to respond to the new issues that CLIL seems to raise. Secondly, I will describe pre- and in-service CLIL teacher development opportunities partly based on personal experiences at the University of Warwick and then I will describe other personal experiences of workshops in Argentina. Last, I will suggest possible ways of incorporating CLIL understanding in Argentina as an example of an EFL context.

The measurement and impact of university teacher development programs

Chalmers, Denise; Gardiner, Di
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2015 ENG
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Los programas de desarrollo de maestros han formado parte del panorama de la educación superior de habla inglesa durante más de cuarenta años. En la actualidad existe un acuerdo general sobre el impacto positivo que tienen los programas de desarrollo de profesores en los maestros y estudiantes; sin embargo, el alcance y la duración de su impacto en la cultura de la disciplina y las instituciones están más bien poco documentados y evidenciados. Existe una clara necesidad de una investigación rigurosa sobre el impacto de los programas de desarrollo de los maestros, que se ve más profundamente y más allá de los profesores que participan en los programas. El objetivo de este trabajo es hacer uso de la investigación y la literatura inglesa para identificar el impacto y la eficacia de los programas y actividades de desarrollo de maestros y proponer un marco para la medición sistemática y la recopilación de información sobre la eficacia de estos programas. Se argumenta que estas medidas e indicadores tienen que pasar del paradigma de investigación al paradigma de evaluación para que puedan informar a los programas de desarrollo y mejora docente actuales y futuros. Deben diseñarse programas en la etapa de planificación para construir una base de evidencia que permita a investigadores y profesionales hacer preguntas más complejas sobre dónde y sobre quién tienen impacto los programas y por qué.; Teacher development programs have been part of the English speaking higher education landscape for over 40 years. There is now general agreement that teacher development programs have a positive impact on teachers and students...

The emotional geographies of teaching in a language teacher professional community

Liu, Yongcan
Fonte: Universidade de Cambridge Publicador: Universidade de Cambridge
Tipo: Article; accepted version
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This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article which will be published by Taylor & Francis in Teacher Development. It is currently under an indefinite embargo.; The paper reports on an in-depth narrative case study of an immigrant background English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher?s emotional experience in a teacher professional community in England. The data are derived from the teacher?s ?emotion diaries? and six interviews during the three-month period when she taught on a pre-sessional English programme at an English university. The data were analysed with Andy Hargreaves?s emotional geography framework which focuses on the physical, moral, sociocultural, professional and political aspects of schooling. Through five stories that recount her experience in different emotional geographies, the paper demonstrates that the teacher had understandings and misunderstandings of different aspects of schooling, which gave rise to various emotions, both positive and negative. In order to survive, she also needed to adopt a wide range of strategies to manage her emotions. The study has implications for both teachers and administrators by stressing the need to engage in emotional understanding of each other?s work.