A formação inicial de professores para uma educação interdisciplinar– O exemplo do projeto EduPARK
The initial teacher training for interdisciplinary education - EduPARK Project

Teresa Bixirão Neto, Lúcia Pombo

Resumo


A formação inicial de professores na atualidade deve contemplar o desenvolvimento de competências docentes fundamentais para a promoção de modelos de educação interdisciplinar, enfatizando e promovendo a convergência de conhecimentos de várias áreas disciplinares. Neste artigo apresenta-se uma experiência de formação interdisciplinar, no âmbito da formação inicial de professores na Universidade de Aveiro, “vivida” no Projeto EduPARK, por estudantes do Mestrado em Ensino do 1.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico e de Matemática e Ciências Naturais do 2.º Ciclo do Ensino Básico. Esta experiência demonstra que o recurso à Realidade Aumentada (RA) é uma estratégia promissora na promoção de um modelo de educação interdisciplinar, através da criação de guiões didáticos, sua implementação em contexto escolar e sua avaliação.

Palavras chave: formação de professores; abordagem interdisciplinar; realidade aumentada

Abstract

The initial teacher training currently comprises the development of crucial teaching skills for the promotion of models for interdisciplinary education, emphasizing and promoting the convergence of knowledge from various disciplinary areas. This paper presents an experience of interdisciplinary training, within the scope of initial teacher training at the University of Aveiro, “lived” within the EduPARK Project, by students of the Master in Teaching of the 1st Cycle of Basic Education and of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the 2nd Cycle of Basic Education. This experience demonstrates that the use of Augmented Reality (AR) is a promising strategy in promoting an interdisciplinary education model, through the creation of pedagogical guides, its implementation in the school context and its evaluation.

Keywords: teacher training, interdisciplinary approach, augmented reality.


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formação de professores; abordagem interdisciplinar; realidade aumentada

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17346/se.vol28.389

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