quinta-feira, 21 de junho de 2018

EPAA/AAPE Call for Papers: Policies for Management of Compulsory Public Education in Ibero-America

EPAA/AAPE Call for Papers [españolportuguês]
 Special Topic: Policies for Management of Compulsory Public Education in Ibero-America: Main Debates and Challenges

Guest-edited by: 
Sebastián Donoso, Joaquín Gairín, and Ângelo Ricardo de Souza 

Education Policy Analysis Archives 
(EPAA/AAPE) announces a call for papers for a special issue exploring policies for management of compulsory public education in Ibero-America. The substantive idea is to identify the main characteristics, trends, problems and challenges facing, and possibly to face, compulsory public education in the coming decades. What has been propositionally defined as a cycle of policies in an uncertain scenario, compulsory public education in Ibero-America has been increasingly influenced by new and powerful social demands, a making of the State with different parameters from those of the last years, and with some exceptions, a decline in traditionally public schooling, in favor of what has been called private education with public financing. 

Although massive criticisms of and disagreements about compulsory school system in Latin America are increasingly widespread, the region shares - to an important degree- significant expectations about the capacity for education to provide a solution to the main disjunctive of society currently: the construction of a social pact (governance), the role of the State in this new governance, and its associated labor development. This special issue hopes to shed light on this situation in the macro-region of Ibero-America, including but not limited to Portugal, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile Uruguay, Bolivia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Panama. Submissions should  seek to analyze policies and policy cycles using exploratory and/or comparative frameworks with strong empirical and theoretical foundations, that also emphasize expected and achieved results. 

Submission Information: Submissions will be accepted English, Español, and Portuguese. Interested contributors are invited to submit 500-word abstracts by August 16, 2018, to the special issue section, Policies for Management of Compulsory Public Education in Ibero-America, at http://epaa.asu.edu/  All manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the EPAA website and follow the Journal's submission guidelines.

Submit 500-word abstracts: August 16, 2018
Invitation to submit full manuscripts: September 20, 2018
Full manuscript submissions: November 30, 2018
Revised manuscript submissions: by February 28, 2019
Anticipated publication: May 2019

Please direct any questions to Sebastián Donoso (donoso.sebastian@gmail.com) or Ângelo Ricardo de Souza (angelosou@gmail.com) or Joaquín Gairín (joaquin.gairin@uab.cat

quarta-feira, 13 de junho de 2018

Jogos de Escalas e Realidade Forçada

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FQS] Special Issue "Challenging Times--Qualitative Methods and Methodological Approaches to Research on Time"

Dear colleagues,

(...) a call for a special issue of FQS on "Challenging Times--Qualitative Methods and Methodological Approaches to Research on Time." Contributions may be submitted in German or English.

The submission process will take two steps. First, potential contributors will indicate their interest by submitting an abstract of about 200 words and a working title (by October 1, 2018). The authors of elected contributions will be asked to complete and submit their full article by March 1, 2019.

In case of questions, please write to the editors of the special issue: Elisabeth Schilling (elisabeth.schilling@fhoev.nrw.de), Alexandra König (alexandra.koenig@uni-due.de) and Maggie O'Neill (Maggie.oneill@York.ac.uk)

Katja Mruck


FQS - Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung
/ Forum: Qualitative Social Research (ISSN 1438-5627)

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sábado, 26 de maio de 2018

Publicação do novo número da Revista VERESK

compartilhamos a  publicação do novo número da Revista Veresk, com textos inéditos das palestras ocorridas no Brasil, na Universidade Federal Fluminense.

Os textos abordam as seguintes temáticas:

- As resenhas teatrais de L. S. Vigotski como início da concepção histórico-cultural de Vladimir Sobkin – Academia Russa de Educação (Rússia) 

- A concepção de vivência em L. S. Vigotski: do conhecimento conjunto à superação da solidão de L. A. Pergamenschik – Instituto de Psicologia da Universidade Estatal de Pedagogia da Bielorus M. Tank (Belorus)

-  A teoria histórico-cultural e os problemas psicossomáticos da personalidade: estudo sobre o domínio de si mesmo de S. N. Jerebtsov – Instituto de Psicologia da Universidade Estatal de Pedagogia da Bielorus M. Tank (Belorus) 

- A pedologia histórico-cultural de Vigotski: um projeto revolucionário? de Zoia Prestes - Universidade Federal Fluminense (Brasil) 

- A Defectologia de Vigotski - uma contribuição inédita e revolucionária no campo da educação e da psicologia de Elizabeth Tunes - Centro Universitário de Brasília e Universidade de Brasília (Brasil)

Acesse os textos completos aqui

Esperamos que o material contribua para os estudos da Teoria Histórico-cultural

Uma cidade brasileira

No curso Cartografia com Crianças...a construção de uma maquete com memórias espaciais brasileiras!!!

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domingo, 20 de maio de 2018

Curso Cartografia com crianças

Vejam novas postagens no curso de Cartografia com Crianças!!! Muitas atividades!

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terça-feira, 15 de maio de 2018

Curso de Cartografia com Crianças

Verifiquem novas postagens no curso de Cartografia com Crianças ocorrido na Secretaria de Educação da Prefeitura Municipal de Juiz de Fora.

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