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Personal Knowledge Management | Communities and Collaboration

Personal Knowledge Management | Communities and Collaboration | Literacy for Education and Digital Inclusion for Social Justice. | Scoop.it

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Sidnei Campos Pinto's curator insight, April 3, 2013 11:41 AM

Working with people in my daily life and condition of vulnerability in central Sao Paulo. Education with digital inclusion has changed lives.

 

Sidnei Campos Pinto's comment, May 3, 2013 11:08 AM
The work of teaching and learning in young and adult literacy, digital inclusion, education for the media, has the role of providing people in vulnerable conditions in the central region of São Paulo, in Brazil, the recovery of full citizenship and the practice of justice social.
Sidnei Campos Pinto's comment, May 3, 2013 12:25 PM
The dynamics of the course has an entrepreneurial approach. There is a very natural and intuitive way to stimulate the ability of each student. The role of the teacher is no longer teaching but a mediator. Encouraging and show that the student is capable. It is not an easy task. You know how to use the power of collective intelligence (Levy, Pierre Pierre Levy) to achieve goals. Organization and replacement are sought within almost endless battles within each personal reality. There is a system of effective collaboration that does not allow this process to be interrupted.
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Educação a distância cresce apesar da crise; veja gráficos

Educação a distância cresce apesar da crise; veja gráficos | Literacy for Education and Digital Inclusion for Social Justice. | Scoop.it

Os principais movimentos de fusões e aquisições realizados entre 2007 e junho de 2016 no mercado de ensino superior brasileiro totalizaram 173 negócios com volume em torno de R$ 13,77 bilhões, conforme levantamento da CM Consultoria, especializada no setor.
A evolução do mercado de educação superior se deu em um período muito curto. De acordo com levantamento do departamento de estudos econômicos do Cade (Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica), 80% dos atos de concentração ocorreram entre 2008 e 2013.
A princípio, os movimentos de consolidação das empresas do setor não deram sinais de que poderiam prejudicar o ambiente concorrencial, mas, conforme o levantamento, "à medida em que se avolumaram, as análises tornaram-se mais complexas, demandando maior aprofundamento em temas como barreiras à entrada e rivalidade."


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Potential Power of Blogging for Pedagogy

Potential Power of Blogging for Pedagogy | Literacy for Education and Digital Inclusion for Social Justice. | Scoop.it
I believe in the potential power of blogging. I believe it can be harnessed to be a powerful pedagogical tool in the 21st Century.

 

4 Benefits of Integrating Blogging into Pedagogy

1. Blogs promote participation and collaboration of knowledge and skills. There are a myriad of resources available on the internet that can help students become creators, and not merely consumers of different texts and bodies of knowledge.

 

2. Blogs promote global communication and collaboration. Teachers can facilitate interactions with diverse cultures, ethnicities, and religions, and social contexts. Students can be helped to challenging their thinking by considering other viewpoints.

 

3. Blogs promote the critical analysis of pedagogy and literacies.

 

4. Blogs create the potential for interactive spaces for authentic exchanges. Strategies including reading logs, book reviews, parental communication, encouraging reading and writing and responding around a particular theme or focus.

If we can harness this power, we have a strong pedagogical tool on our hands. As with other areas in education, we can begin to harness this power by asking ourselves the right kinds of questions that can bring about the results we want to see.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2016/06/06/blogging-is-it-difficult-i-guess-not-a-all-follow-my-advice/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/practice/

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/10/14/practice-using-blogs-for-home-work-to-get-ict-skills-and-creativity/

 


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useful ideas and facts why blogging is useful in education
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I encourage my teachers to blog for the same reasons listed here. Powerful learning tool for the 21st Century.
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Pierre Lévy, el gurú high tech, pronostica una nueva revolución - Más | Edición Impresa | La Capital de Rosario |

Pierre Lévy, el gurú high tech, pronostica una nueva revolución  - Más | Edición Impresa | La Capital de Rosario | | Literacy for Education and Digital Inclusion for Social Justice. | Scoop.it
En 1994, cuando la red era apenas un repollo, una novedad más, este filósofo tunecino le sacó brillo a su bola de cristal y predijo en su libro Inteligencia colectiva: por una antropología del ciberespacio la emergencia de las redes sociales. A veinte años de aquel pronóstico, vuelve a la carga y anticipa una nueva revolución científica, un escenario cibercultural marcado por la participación y la colaboración.

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Cinco e-books gratuitos para inovar no setor educacional

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A tecnologia sozinha não faz nada. Quando o assunto é educação, provavelmente você já deve ter ouvido essa frase. Do que adiantam projeções, computadores, tablets e smartphones se a didática permanece a mesma?
Para explorar estratégias que promovem um uso eficiente da tecnologia na educação, o portal Porvir separou uma lista de e-books gratuitos que apresentam diferentes alternativas para quem trabalha no setor educacional.


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Problem-based learning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Problem-based learning

Problem-based learning ( PBL) is a student-centered pedagogy in which students learn about a subject through the experience of creating a problem. Students learn both thinking strategies and domain knowledge. The PBL format originated from the medical school of thought, and is now used in other schools of thought too.

*Mikko's comment:*

As I'm now learning PBL in a minicourse, I wanted to collect here some basic pointers to this learning format. 

 

*Links to PBL texts

- https://goo.gl/cHtvLf The 7 steps of PBL implementation...

- http://goo.gl/rHuDwe What is PBL?

 

*The steps in the PBL procedure for students:

1) Clarify the terms and concept

2) Define the problem

3) Brainstorm

4) Restructure & craft an initial solution (working hypothesis)

5) Define the learning objectives

6) Individual learning phase

7) Collect the results in the group, solve the problem

 

 


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Mikko Hakala's curator insight, May 26, 2015 4:22 PM

Do you have suggestions for other useful links on problem-based learning?

 

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Media literacy

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Esse processo, conhecido como media literacy, em inglês, não tem uma tradução genericamente aceita em português, mas quer dizer, basicamente, uma qualificação para entender e usar a mídia. Ao tornarem explícito que ...

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Inclusão Digital e Mídia-Educação (Alfabetização dos Meios, como dizem os americanos), é possível para os professores no Brasil?

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O trabalho de ensino aprendizagem em alfabetização de jovens e adultos, inclusão digital, educação para às mídias, para pessoas em condições de vulnerabilidade na região central de São Paulo, no Brasil também tem uma abordagem empreendedora. Vou citar um exemplo: uma das alunas da turma -que por sinal era a mais velha, com 67 anos- mantinha um sonho de ter seu negócio próprio. Comemorávamos uma vez por mês os aniversários de toda a classe. Cada aluno trazia uma comidinha e um refrigerante. A aluna mais velha da classe trouxe uma cestinha cheia de quitutes que ela tinha acabado de fazer. Todo mundo gostou e eu adorei cada quitute que pude experimentar. No mesmo instante a incentivei a fazer os seus quitutes para ser vendido no prédio em que ela morava. Recebeu  pedidos aos montões e começou a vender sem parar. Acabou conhecendo uma banqueteira, pessoa que organiza festas importantes. Essa banqueteira gostou tanto dos quitutes dela que a convidou para ser sua sócia. A última vez que vi minha ex-aluna, foi em frente a Universidade que eu lecionava pra ela, toda vestida de rainha africana, indo para uma das suas festas importantes. Informou-me que havia mudado para um apartamento maior. Verdadeiramente percebi, que neste caso, a inclusão digital na vida dela foi na prática a vivência de sua cidadania plena e a restauração e aplicação de justiça social em sua vivência.

 Fiquei feliz da vida e muito satisfeito por ter sido o seu professor.

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Literacy for Education Support and Inclusion for the exercise of full citizenship.

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Literacy for Education Support and Inclusion for the exercise of full citizenship.Abstract: Literacy, education support for youth and adults gain the reading and writing skills so that they can be used to access other types of information that can lead to the exercise of full citizenship. Literacy today is the main challenge of enabling young people and adults able to reach the level of reading and writing skills so that they can be used to access other types of information [1]. Still reflecting on literacy, we can say that it is an indispensable means to a social and economic participation that contributes to effective human development and poverty reduction. Literacy enables and encourages inclusive societies and contributes to the fair implementation of human rights. Because it is human rights, we believe that is the most basic right to education of the human being, that this right alone does not guarantee access to other rights, but without it, the chances of access to other rights are extremely limited. On the other hand, literate society we must sharpen our sensitivity to realize that illiteracy is caused by social injustice and that injustice should be seen as a societal problem and not as an individual problem. An example to remember is that an article on Gilberto Dimenstein wrote in the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo with the title of the height of public ignorance in Folhaonline on 14/03/2006; http://www1.folha.uol.com. br/folha/pensata/ult508u287.shtml . The text talks about why more than 550 thousand people simply do not exist as citizens in Brazil for not having the birth certificate. They had such a document, simply because they are poor. In fact they had not for lack of information. Since 1990 there is a law requiring notaries to issue a certificate for free. People who do not already have the certificate, do not know this law. The lack of information or access to it is not just the height of ignorance that the journalist in the title refers.Information on our course of Solidarity Literacy was provided from the first day of class by the teacher, the book used in class, the students themselves and for the past two months through the Digital Inclusion classes we had in our labs. We understand that digital inclusion is not only put the student in front of a computer. There was first a preparation, reflection and a critical reading of the means to get the use of new technologies that really brought the "democratization of information" or "digital divide", universal technology or other similar variants and politically correct. In fact, the student brought to a connection to the world through technology and Internet access.Digital Inclusion [2] means first of all, improve the living conditions of a particular region or community with the help of technology. In concrete terms, including Digital is not just "literate" person in the computer, but also improves the social frameworks from the handling of computers. How? Not only teaching the rudiments of the beaba (all the letters of the alphabet, abc, alphabet. preliminary notion or the rudiment of a subject, science or art) informatique (language fraught with technicalities of technical jargon, terminology understandable only to technicians), but showing how it can make money and improve their lives with the help of that monster of bits and bytes that occasionally hangs.I realized it was as literate and must teach students to use the computer for their own benefit and collective. Induce social inclusion from the digital landscape is still a little studied in Brazil, but has ahead the good results obtained by the CDI (Center for Digital Inclusion) countries, whose actions are recognized and praised worldwide. Since the 90's, academics and experts in information technology (IT) initiated a series of debates on a worrying situation and that little has changed: the underdeveloped and developing countries, especially the poorest, are losing the train of information. Without the necessary resources (computers and laboratories) and appropriate resources (speed Internet, telecommunications), these countries leave behind a wide range of options to boost the economy and improve the low social indicators. Many imagine that in poor countries, one should not even talk about digital inclusion while people are hungry and unemployed on the street. The problem is that poor nations which, rightly, tend to benefit more inclusive of the shares.Finally, to further deepen our reflection on the subject, one way to change the picture of illiteracy in Brazil and the world is investing in professional training, better salaries and training of teachers, which according Namtip Aksornkool [3], Senior Specialist in Literacy and Education of Women, Department of Literacy and Non-Formal Education UNESCO Paris, play a key role in achieving the EFA (Education for All). Emphasizes that the success of educational policies focused on expanding and improving the quality, it is important to have a long-term vision as well as strong government leadership and sufficient supply of professionals supervised, supported, encouraged and respected.Above all, we understand that our mission is to establish and provide sensitivity in humans through the pursuit of hominization and humanization and educating citizens to support the earth and planetary community for a fully organized.The provisions of Educommunication and Infoeducation and seek to make education accessible to all. The two sciences have the attribute of mediation. What a useful and effective application of knowledge imparted during the course. We believe that both can influence to a significant improvement of life of people still illiterate [1]. "Turning people in more people."[1] Freire, Paulo Pedagogy of Autonomy in the book: knowledge necessary for educational practice; Ed Continuum, 1996, page 146. "I am convinced, however that the rigor, the serious intellectual discipline, the exercise of epistemological curiosity does not necessarily make me a being unloved, arrogant, full of myself. Or, in other words, it is my intellectual arrogance that speaks of my scientific rigor. Not arrogance is a sign of competence, on the other hand, certain arrogant, but I regret the lack of simplicity in them that does not diminish his knowledge, would make them better people. People more people. "Bibliography:_______Carmo Of John Clodomiro. What is Computer Science, Ed Brasiliense, 4th Edition 1989._______PERROTI, Edmir Professor of the Graduate ECA-USP in Article Pour une Pédagogie Culturelle: La littérature d'enfant et l'enseignement au Bres,: l'aux ambiguitè complexitès._______ANTUNES, C. New ways of teaching, new ways of learning. Porto Alegre: AERTMED, 2002.BETTHELHEIM, B. Psychoanalysis of fairy tales. R.J., Continuum, 1980._______. The network society. 3.ed. New York: Continuum, 1999 (The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, 1)Chercher pour trouver: l'espace des rise. Available from: Access http://www.ebsi.umontreal.ca/jetrouve/structur.htm 13.abr.2004COHN, G. et al. Field of communication: characterization, contextualizing and perspectives. John Person: Ed University, 2001.COLL, C. And meaning in school learning: reflections on the concept of meaningful learning. In: _______ School learning and knowledge building. London: Artmedia, 1994. p.145-159Cortell, M. S. The school and knowledge: epistemological and political.4th ed. New York: Cortez, 2001.Grossi, E.P., Bordin, J. UFRGS. Post-Piagetian Constructivism: a new paradigm for learning. Petropolis: Voices, 1993.LEVY, P. Cyberculture. New York: Ed.34, 1999_______. What is virtual? New York: Ed 34, 1996.POURTOIS, J.P., Desmet, H. The post-modern education. Sao Paulo: Loyola, 1999.Virilio, Paul. Strategy of Deception. New York: Liberty Station, 2000.Vygotsky, L.S. The social formation of mind. New York: Random House, 1991.Alfasol Program - Literacy Partnership[1] Studies and Research of the relationship between information and education, considered in both theoretical and practical aspects, understanding the role of information devices in the processes of knowledge and participation in contemporary culture, as well as understanding the need for delineation of a new field (Bourdieu) of knowledge and action, theoretical-practical and the cross-Infoeducação, access and ownership of information-in the contemporary, a prerequisite to the advancement of educational and informational processes in our time, marked by peculiarities and increasing complexities. (Perrot, Edmir Professor of the Graduate ECA-USP in Article Pour une Pédagogie Culturelle: La littérature d'enfant et l'enseignement au Bres,: l'aux ambiguitè complexitès).[2] "The first step, of course, is to become educated on the set of issues involving information technology. The next step is to act boldly, making technological progress results in well-being for the majority of the population. Information technology has emerged to improve the lives of human beings. " Caramel, from John in Clodomiro WHAT COMPUTER, Ed Brasiliense, 4th Edition 1989, pg. 9.[3] Writing Together; publication of the Solidarity Literacy - Jan./Jun.-2006 - No. 33, P.20.Teacher Sidnei Campos Pinto pinpops7@gmail.com http://pinpops7.wordpress.com/
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Media literacy

Media literacy | Literacy for Education and Digital Inclusion for Social Justice. | Scoop.it
Esse processo, conhecido como media literacy, em inglês, não tem uma tradução genericamente aceita em português, mas quer dizer, basicamente, uma qualificação para entender e usar a mídia. Ao tornarem explícito que ...
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O trabalho de ensino aprendizagem em alfabetização de jovens e adultos, inclusão digital, educação para às mídias, para pessoas em condições de vulnerabilidade na região central de São Paulo, no Brasil também tem uma abordagem empreendedora. Vou citar um exemplo: uma das alunas da turma -que por sinal era a mais velha, com 67 anos- mantinha um sonho de ter seu negócio próprio. Comemorávamos uma vez por mês os aniversários de toda a classe. Cada aluno trazia uma comidinha e um refrigerante. A aluna mais velha da classe trouxe uma cestinha cheia de quitutes que ela tinha acabado de fazer. Todo mundo gostou e eu adorei cada quitute que pude experimentar. No mesmo instante a incentivei a fazer os seus quitutes para ser vendido no prédio em que ela morava. Recebeu  pedidos aos montões e começou a vender sem parar. Acabou conhecendo uma banqueteira, pessoa que organiza festas importantes. Essa banqueteira gostou tanto dos quitutes dela que a convidou para ser sua sócia. A última vez que vi minha ex-aluna, foi em frente a Universidade que eu lecionava pra ela, toda vestida de rainha africana, indo para uma das suas festas importantes. Informou-me que havia mudado para um apartamento maior. Verdadeiramente percebi, que neste caso, a inclusão digital na vida dela foi na prática a vivência de sua cidadania plena e a restauração e aplicação de justiça social em sua vivência.

 Fiquei feliz da vida e muito satisfeito por ter sido o seu professor.

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Não se deve contar com a privacidade na rede, diz o pesquisador Pierre Lévy

Não se deve contar com a privacidade na rede, diz o pesquisador Pierre Lévy | Literacy for Education and Digital Inclusion for Social Justice. | Scoop.it
Sociólogo e pensador da tecnologia é o próximo palestrante do ciclo de conferências Fronteiras do Pensamento

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Falta de leitura e internet afetam desempenho em testes de português

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Porém, 28,88% alegaram “terem se acostumado com o português abreviado nas redes sociais", opção escolhida por 3.355 pessoas. Ou seja, nem todos conseguem se adequar às mudanças exigidas quando o ambiente sai do universo dos perfis virtuais. “Alguns se condicionam muito com esse tipo de 'escrita encurtada' e acabam por cometer erros, tanto na elaboração de algum texto, quanto no envio de um simples e-mail profissional”, explica Sperdutti.

Já para 22,28%, o problema está no fato de “não haver incentivo para a leitura no Brasil” (2.588). Sperduti, porém, não concorda com essa visão: “A era digital também possui seus benefícios e permite o fácil acesso às obras e clássicos da literatura, inclusive por meio de smartphones. O grande problema está na mentalidade do brasileiro em não praticar o hábito da leitura”. E complementa: “incentivos temos tanto do governo como do próprio mercado. Durante a seleção, sempre orientamos a explorarem diferentes títulos”, afirma.

Por fim, “a baixa formação dos candidatos” (1.562) e “as empresas exigem muito” (307) receberam 13,45% e 2,64% dos votos, respectivamente. "Como atualmente o inglês é muito requisitado nas organizações, o português torna-se obrigatório, por ser a língua nativa. Não há exageros”, garante.

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Digital Literacy and Education for the Media to my fellow teachers.

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Education in transformation. 

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Sidnei Campos Pinto's curator insight, May 6, 2013 11:09 AM

My practice in learning in formal educational spaces and especially in non-formal, leads me to notice a change in the look of communication about technological mediation in these educational spaces. In the field of learning and the field of education for citizenship.

There are heated debates among educators in the field of learning, in recent times from different perspectives. When learning is analyzed, only from the educational perspective, one can be misled into thinking that new technologies represent a panacea, in the words of prof dr. Ismar Coelho (Pós ECA-USP), which would be responsible for significant changes in the education field. The same Professor Ismar, points out that Pierre Levy prefers to situate learning in the context of a "cognitive ecology", full of symbolic meanings and values that nurtures psychic and culturally contemporary society.

This significant change leads me to the stimulus of an invitation to educators, communicators, engineers and managers of information to think, draw together and evaluate the introduction of new technologies in education, wondering permanently by communication model that underlies the educational system specific . This is called a management information and communication in educational spaces. This project includes the EAD Distance Education, Education for Media, Education and the Media, and the very non-formal education. In all of these systems is the same: learning occurs in that the individual feels touched involved connected. Thus the environment mediated by technology can help produce sense, becoming in mediations.

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The Path to Resilience

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A new video series shows how resilience is built, one positive adult relationship at a time.

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This Scottish Universities Insight Institute research seminar series is complete.  The report plus video and podasts are now available

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Iniciativas que ensinam crianças a empreender proliferam no Brasil

Iniciativas que ensinam crianças a empreender proliferam no Brasil | Literacy for Education and Digital Inclusion for Social Justice. | Scoop.it
Garota americana de 10 anos veio ao país para falar sobre projeto pioneiro.
Em 2014, 26,5 mil alunos participaram de projeto Jovens Empreendedores.
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Quero cantar afinado com eles. I want to sing in tune with them.

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Media literacy

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Esse processo, conhecido como media literacy, em inglês, não tem uma tradução genericamente aceita em português, mas quer dizer, basicamente, uma qualificação para entender e usar a mídia. Ao tornarem explícito que ...

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Sidnei Campos Pinto's curator insight, April 3, 2013 11:45 AM

Inclusão Digital e Mídia-Educação (Alfabetização dos Meios, como dizem os americanos), é possível para os professores no Brasil?

Sidnei Campos Pinto's curator insight, May 3, 2013 12:51 PM

O trabalho de ensino aprendizagem em alfabetização de jovens e adultos, inclusão digital, educação para às mídias, para pessoas em condições de vulnerabilidade na região central de São Paulo, no Brasil também tem uma abordagem empreendedora. Vou citar um exemplo: uma das alunas da turma -que por sinal era a mais velha, com 67 anos- mantinha um sonho de ter seu negócio próprio. Comemorávamos uma vez por mês os aniversários de toda a classe. Cada aluno trazia uma comidinha e um refrigerante. A aluna mais velha da classe trouxe uma cestinha cheia de quitutes que ela tinha acabado de fazer. Todo mundo gostou e eu adorei cada quitute que pude experimentar. No mesmo instante a incentivei a fazer os seus quitutes para ser vendido no prédio em que ela morava. Recebeu  pedidos aos montões e começou a vender sem parar. Acabou conhecendo uma banqueteira, pessoa que organiza festas importantes. Essa banqueteira gostou tanto dos quitutes dela que a convidou para ser sua sócia. A última vez que vi minha ex-aluna, foi em frente a Universidade que eu lecionava pra ela, toda vestida de rainha africana, indo para uma das suas festas importantes. Informou-me que havia mudado para um apartamento maior. Verdadeiramente percebi, que neste caso, a inclusão digital na vida dela foi na prática a vivência de sua cidadania plena e a restauração e aplicação de justiça social em sua vivência.

 Fiquei feliz da vida e muito satisfeito por ter sido o seu professor.

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Media literacy

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Esse processo, conhecido como media literacy, em inglês, não tem uma tradução genericamente aceita em português, mas quer dizer, basicamente, uma qualificação para entender e usar a mídia. Ao tornarem explícito que ...
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O trabalho de ensino aprendizagem em alfabetização de jovens e adultos, inclusão digital, educação para às mídias, para pessoas em condições de vulnerabilidade na região central de São Paulo, no Brasil também tem uma abordagem empreendedora. Vou citar um exemplo: uma das alunas da turma -que por sinal era a mais velha, com 67 anos- mantinha um sonho de ter seu negócio próprio. Comemorávamos uma vez por mês os aniversários de toda a classe. Cada aluno trazia uma comidinha e um refrigerante. A aluna mais velha da classe trouxe uma cestinha cheia de quitutes que ela tinha acabado de fazer. Todo mundo gostou e eu adorei cada quitute que pude experimentar. No mesmo instante a incentivei a fazer os seus quitutes para ser vendido no prédio em que ela morava. Recebeu  pedidos aos montões e começou a vender sem parar. Acabou conhecendo uma banqueteira, pessoa que organiza festas importantes. Essa banqueteira gostou tanto dos quitutes dela que a convidou para ser sua sócia. A última vez que vi minha ex-aluna, foi em frente a Universidade que eu lecionava pra ela, toda vestida de rainha africana, indo para uma das suas festas importantes. Informou-me que havia mudado para um apartamento maior. Verdadeiramente percebi, que neste caso, a inclusão digital na vida dela foi na prática a vivência de sua cidadania plena e a restauração e aplicação de justiça social em sua vivência.

 Fiquei feliz da vida e muito satisfeito por ter sido o seu professor.

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Inclusão Digital e Mídia-Educação (Alfabetização dos Meios, como dizem os americanos), é possível para os professores no Brasil?

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Literacy for Education Support and Inclusion for the exercise of full citizenship.

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Literacy for Education Support and Inclusion for the exercise of full citizenship.Abstract: Literacy, education support for youth and adults gain the reading and writing skills so that they can be used to access other types of information that can lead to the exercise of full citizenship. Literacy today is the main challenge of enabling young people and adults able to reach the level of reading and writing skills so that they can be used to access other types of information [1]. Still reflecting on literacy, we can say that it is an indispensable means to a social and economic participation that contributes to effective human development and poverty reduction. Literacy enables and encourages inclusive societies and contributes to the fair implementation of human rights. Because it is human rights, we believe that is the most basic right to education of the human being, that this right alone does not guarantee access to other rights, but without it, the chances of access to other rights are extremely limited. On the other hand, literate society we must sharpen our sensitivity to realize that illiteracy is caused by social injustice and that injustice should be seen as a societal problem and not as an individual problem. An example to remember is that an article on Gilberto Dimenstein wrote in the newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo with the title of the height of public ignorance in Folhaonline on 14/03/2006; http://www1.folha.uol.com. br/folha/pensata/ult508u287.shtml . The text talks about why more than 550 thousand people simply do not exist as citizens in Brazil for not having the birth certificate. They had such a document, simply because they are poor. In fact they had not for lack of information. Since 1990 there is a law requiring notaries to issue a certificate for free. People who do not already have the certificate, do not know this law. The lack of information or access to it is not just the height of ignorance that the journalist in the title refers.Information on our course of Solidarity Literacy was provided from the first day of class by the teacher, the book used in class, the students themselves and for the past two months through the Digital Inclusion classes we had in our labs. We understand that digital inclusion is not only put the student in front of a computer. There was first a preparation, reflection and a critical reading of the means to get the use of new technologies that really brought the "democratization of information" or "digital divide", universal technology or other similar variants and politically correct. In fact, the student brought to a connection to the world through technology and Internet access.Digital Inclusion [2] means first of all, improve the living conditions of a particular region or community with the help of technology. In concrete terms, including Digital is not just "literate" person in the computer, but also improves the social frameworks from the handling of computers. How? Not only teaching the rudiments of the beaba (all the letters of the alphabet, abc, alphabet. preliminary notion or the rudiment of a subject, science or art) informatique (language fraught with technicalities of technical jargon, terminology understandable only to technicians), but showing how it can make money and improve their lives with the help of that monster of bits and bytes that occasionally hangs.I realized it was as literate and must teach students to use the computer for their own benefit and collective. Induce social inclusion from the digital landscape is still a little studied in Brazil, but has ahead the good results obtained by the CDI (Center for Digital Inclusion) countries, whose actions are recognized and praised worldwide. Since the 90's, academics and experts in information technology (IT) initiated a series of debates on a worrying situation and that little has changed: the underdeveloped and developing countries, especially the poorest, are losing the train of information. Without the necessary resources (computers and laboratories) and appropriate resources (speed Internet, telecommunications), these countries leave behind a wide range of options to boost the economy and improve the low social indicators. Many imagine that in poor countries, one should not even talk about digital inclusion while people are hungry and unemployed on the street. The problem is that poor nations which, rightly, tend to benefit more inclusive of the shares.Finally, to further deepen our reflection on the subject, one way to change the picture of illiteracy in Brazil and the world is investing in professional training, better salaries and training of teachers, which according Namtip Aksornkool [3], Senior Specialist in Literacy and Education of Women, Department of Literacy and Non-Formal Education UNESCO Paris, play a key role in achieving the EFA (Education for All). Emphasizes that the success of educational policies focused on expanding and improving the quality, it is important to have a long-term vision as well as strong government leadership and sufficient supply of professionals supervised, supported, encouraged and respected.Above all, we understand that our mission is to establish and provide sensitivity in humans through the pursuit of hominization and humanization and educating citizens to support the earth and planetary community for a fully organized.The provisions of Educommunication and Infoeducation and seek to make education accessible to all. The two sciences have the attribute of mediation. What a useful and effective application of knowledge imparted during the course. We believe that both can influence to a significant improvement of life of people still illiterate [1]. "Turning people in more people."[1] Freire, Paulo Pedagogy of Autonomy in the book: knowledge necessary for educational practice; Ed Continuum, 1996, page 146. "I am convinced, however that the rigor, the serious intellectual discipline, the exercise of epistemological curiosity does not necessarily make me a being unloved, arrogant, full of myself. Or, in other words, it is my intellectual arrogance that speaks of my scientific rigor. Not arrogance is a sign of competence, on the other hand, certain arrogant, but I regret the lack of simplicity in them that does not diminish his knowledge, would make them better people. People more people. "Bibliography:_______Carmo Of John Clodomiro. What is Computer Science, Ed Brasiliense, 4th Edition 1989._______PERROTI, Edmir Professor of the Graduate ECA-USP in Article Pour une Pédagogie Culturelle: La littérature d'enfant et l'enseignement au Bres,: l'aux ambiguitè complexitès._______ANTUNES, C. New ways of teaching, new ways of learning. Porto Alegre: AERTMED, 2002.BETTHELHEIM, B. Psychoanalysis of fairy tales. R.J., Continuum, 1980._______. The network society. 3.ed. New York: Continuum, 1999 (The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, 1)Chercher pour trouver: l'espace des rise. Available from: Access http://www.ebsi.umontreal.ca/jetrouve/structur.htm 13.abr.2004COHN, G. et al. Field of communication: characterization, contextualizing and perspectives. John Person: Ed University, 2001.COLL, C. And meaning in school learning: reflections on the concept of meaningful learning. In: _______ School learning and knowledge building. London: Artmedia, 1994. p.145-159Cortell, M. S. The school and knowledge: epistemological and political.4th ed. New York: Cortez, 2001.Grossi, E.P., Bordin, J. UFRGS. Post-Piagetian Constructivism: a new paradigm for learning. Petropolis: Voices, 1993.LEVY, P. Cyberculture. New York: Ed.34, 1999_______. What is virtual? New York: Ed 34, 1996.POURTOIS, J.P., Desmet, H. The post-modern education. Sao Paulo: Loyola, 1999.Virilio, Paul. Strategy of Deception. New York: Liberty Station, 2000.Vygotsky, L.S. The social formation of mind. New York: Random House, 1991.Alfasol Program - Literacy Partnership[1] Studies and Research of the relationship between information and education, considered in both theoretical and practical aspects, understanding the role of information devices in the processes of knowledge and participation in contemporary culture, as well as understanding the need for delineation of a new field (Bourdieu) of knowledge and action, theoretical-practical and the cross-Infoeducação, access and ownership of information-in the contemporary, a prerequisite to the advancement of educational and informational processes in our time, marked by peculiarities and increasing complexities. (Perrot, Edmir Professor of the Graduate ECA-USP in Article Pour une Pédagogie Culturelle: La littérature d'enfant et l'enseignement au Bres,: l'aux ambiguitè complexitès).[2] "The first step, of course, is to become educated on the set of issues involving information technology. The next step is to act boldly, making technological progress results in well-being for the majority of the population. Information technology has emerged to improve the lives of human beings. " Caramel, from John in Clodomiro WHAT COMPUTER, Ed Brasiliense, 4th Edition 1989, pg. 9.[3] Writing Together; publication of the Solidarity Literacy - Jan./Jun.-2006 - No. 33, P.20.Teacher Sidnei Campos Pinto pinpops7@gmail.com http://pinpops7.wordpress.com/
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CET aula 1 do segundo semestre de 2012 from Alexandra de Siqueira Slides usados na primeira aula Por causa dos quatro meses de greve das federais, estamos começando o segundo semestre de 2012 agora, há três ...
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