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Provocando mudanças no currículo através das tic e estabelecendo parceria com o projeto science UPD8 na Inglaterra e Brasil

Okada, Alexandra and Sherborne, Tony (2006). Provocando mudanças no currículo através das tic e estabelecendo parceria com o projeto science UPD8 na Inglaterra e Brasil. Revista e-Curriculum, 1(2)

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A intenção desse artigo é discutir alguns aspectos relevantes decorrente de reflexões teórico-empíricas sobre o uso das TIC como caminho de provocar mudanças no currículo. Para isso, analisamos o projeto “Science UPD8” desenvolvido pela Universidade Sheffield no Reino Unido que trata de uma rede colaborativa de cientistas, professores e alunos. Além disso, discutimos sobre o workshop “Aprendizagem de Ciência do século 21” realizado em São Paulo em 2004. Inicialmente, apresentamos o contexto educacional da área de ciências no Reino Unido. Em seguida, mostramos como “Science UPD8” foi concebido e tem sido utilizado. Então, discutimos sobre mudanças no currículo através das TIC. E, finalmente concluímos esse trabalho com a análise do workshop no Brasil destacando alguns aspectos importantes: leitura consciente-crítica e ético-científica, autonomia, co-autoria e uso das TIC como meio de ampliar a rede viva da aprendizagem.

The intent of this paper is to discuss some important aspects arising from theoretical and empirical reflections on the use of ICT as a way to cause changes in the curriculum. For this, we analyze the project "Science UPD8" developed by Sheffield University in the UK that is a collaborative network of scientists, teachers and students. In addition, we discuss the workshop "Learning Science in the 21st century" held in São Paulo in 2004. Initially, we present the context of educational sciences in the UK. Then we show how "UPD8 Science" was designed and has been used. So, we discussed changes to the curriculum through ICT. And finally we conclude this work with analysis of the workshop in Brazil, highlighting some important aspects: critical reading-conscious, ethical and scientific autonomy, co-authored and use of ICT as a means of expanding the network of learning alive.

Item Type: Journal Item
Copyright Holders: 2006 E-Curriculum
ISSN: 1809-3876
Extra Information: This paper is presented in Portugese.
Keywords: curricula changes; ICT; ethic-scientific literacy; network of learning
Academic Unit/School: Learning and Teaching Innovation (LTI) > Institute of Educational Technology (IET)
Learning and Teaching Innovation (LTI)
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Item ID: 29267
Depositing User: Kay Dave
Date Deposited: 24 Aug 2011 08:59
Last Modified: 09 Dec 2018 02:36
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