Formação de professores em tempos de incerteza e individualismo

A relevância do Lesson Study (LS)

Autores

  • Angel I. Pérez Gómez Universidade de Málaga
  • Encarnación Soto Gómez Universidad de Málaga

Palavras-chave:

Lesson Study, formação de professores, educação.

Resumo

Este artigo trata da pesquisa realizada através da implementação do LS, especialmente voltada para o pensamento prático dos professores, buscando contribuir decisivamente para enriquecer os processos de formação de professores, atendendo a uma dimensão geralmente esquecida: aquela que está localizada nos interstícios entre a formação teórica e prática, incorporando o conhecimento prático dos professores nos processos de pesquisa de ação cooperativa.

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Biografia do Autor

Angel I. Pérez Gómez, Universidade de Málaga

Doutor. Professor Catedrático de Didáctica y Organización Escolar. Universidade de Málaga. 

Encarnación Soto Gómez, Universidad de Málaga

Doutora. Profesora Titular de la Universidad de Málaga. 

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2021-02-22

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PÉREZ GÓMEZ, A. I.; SOTO GÓMEZ, E. Formação de professores em tempos de incerteza e individualismo: A relevância do Lesson Study (LS). Revista Internacional de Pesquisa em Didática das Ciências e Matemática, [S. l.], v. 2, p. e021005, 2021. Disponível em: https://periodicoscientificos.itp.ifsp.edu.br/index.php/revin/article/view/349. Acesso em: 1 dez. 2021.