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Aprendizagens significativas na forma??o inicial de professores: um estudo no espa?o dos Cursos de Licenciatura
Cunha, Maria Isabel da;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832001000200007
Abstract: this paper describes reflections on research results and discusses concerns regarding the theme of teacher education. it focuses particularly on those relations that determine innovation, namely, the elements or factors that bring about rupture and that therefore eliminate mere reproduction within the undergraduate courses (licenciatura) that, in brazil, train teachers in universities. the article is based on the assumption that it is necessary to understand the relations that make innovation possible, so that criticism of the reproductive character of teaching may be transformed into a contagious search for improvement. relying on the ideas set forth by boaventura santos, it takes as its reference the conception of knowledge within contemporary paradigmatic transition. the study involved the undergraduate courses designed to train teachers (licenciatura) at a public university in the south of brazil and, based on student choices, tried to analyze the significant experiences they pointed out, in their configurations. to this end, it also had the participation of the professors who were the key players in the processes that took place.
Acerca del dominio del código de la escritura en América Latina y su relación con los desafíos actuales: conclusiones de una investigación en siete países de América Latina
Infante, Maria Isabel;
Educa??o & Sociedade , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302002008100005
Abstract: this article approaches the decreases in illiteracy rates in latin america indicating that, even in the countries where such rates are lower, the adult population without complete education still represents a very high percentage. it also exposes some conclusions of the research sponsored by unesco/orealc, that focused on the literacy of adult populations in the capital or main cities of argentina, brazil, colombia, chile, mexico, paraguay and venezuela from both quantitative and qualitative perspectives. the most important result highlighted is that in those countries complete education does not guarantee one masters reading and mathematics skills. the importance of the use of competence, specially at work, and the relevance of such variables as parents' schooling and place of birth, among others, are also stressed. at the same time, the study draws the attention to the importance of considering the youth and adult education in the educational reforms, especially owing to the requirements of our information and knowledge society, under which the adult population is already working.
Artes de governar a infancia: liguagem e naturaliza??o da crian?a na abordagem de educa??o infantil da Reggio Emília
Bujes, Maria Isabel Edelweiss;
Educa??o em Revista , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-46982008000200006
Abstract: the study explores the reggio emilia approach to early childhood education. drawing upon a post-structuralist, foucaultian inspired position, it describes that italian experience and anatomizes its discourses. the use of theoretical and methodological tools make possible to determine an analytical space - in which ethical and political spaces are permanently crossing - to understand how modern practices of subjectification operate in these educational experiences addressed to very young children. the approach brief and punctual analysis makes possible to point out vocabularies from clearly identified fields in order to indicate its articulations, lineages, commitments. assuming that language makes thinkable a determinate "part of reality", i stress how words could give intelligibility to social practices and show desirable directions to interventions.
Chromosome polymorphisms in natural populations of the South American grasshopper Sinipta dalmani
Remis, Maria Isabel;
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572008000100009
Abstract: six populations of sinipta dalmani from the provinces of buenos aires and entre rios (argentina) were analyzed. the populations of "el palmar" national park (entre rios) were polymorphic for pericentric inversions in pairs m4 and m7 and for a centric fusion involving pair m5 and the x chromosome. the m4 inversion remained similar over time and the karyomorphic frequencies did not depart from those expected according to the hardy-weinberg equilibrium. the analysis of chiasma frequency and distribution showed clear intra- and interchromosome effects of the different chromosome rearrangements. both inversions and centric fusions were related with total or partial crossing over restriction in heterozygous condition, leading to a genetic differentiation between rearranged and non-rearranged chromosomes. the chromosome polymorphisms analyzed herein were associated with an increase in the number of terminal chiasmata both in the rearranged chromosomes (heterozygous centric fusion and homozygous m4 inversion) and in the other chromosomes (m4 inversion). our results showed that the chromosome polymorphisms in s. dalmani may be associated with a significant decrease in genetic recombination, which may explain in part their maintenance in some areas of its geographical distribution.
La medicina y los seguros en el abordaje del problema de los inválidos del trabajo en Espa?a en la primera mitad del siglo XX
Porras Gallo, Maria Isabel;
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-59702006000200011
Abstract: relying on legislative, medical, institutional, media, and labor sources, the article examines how the issue of worker disabilities was addressed during the first half of the twentieth century. it shows how specialized medical care developed and evolved, along with a social safety network, with the ultimate aim of integrating those with occupational disabilities back into work and society.
Museu de Zoologia da Universidade de S?o Paulo: adapta??o aos novos tempos
Landim, Maria Isabel;
Estudos Avan?ados , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40142011000300023
Abstract: “traditional” museums have their center of gravity in collections that often precede the institutions themselves. it is the classic model of private collections that meet the public institutional channels and accessibility. the museum of zoology of the university of s?o paulo is not an exception to this rule. its collection is linked to collections of the nineteenth century incorporated to the state of s?o paulo, in comings and goings of institutional settings to the current status as university museum of excellence in research, teaching and outreach. as such, mzusp continues to face challenges and changing needs and adapt to new realities of the twenty-first century.
Pascal e a ordem da concupiscência
Limongi, Maria Isabel;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2006000200008
Abstract: pascal conceives the civil order as an order of conscupiscence, that is, an order produced and regulated by concupiscence. we shall present the novelty of this idea vis-a-vis the tradition of political thought and st. agustine, and point out what seems to be its condition of possibility, that is, the way pascal conceived the fallen will and, more properly, the concupiscence of flesh, to which refers the civil order.
Sociabilidade e moralidade: Hume leitor de Mandeville
Limongi, Maria Isabel;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2003000200006
Abstract: hume argued, against mandeville, that society is the only and a genuine source of morality. we shall indicate how this task was imposed to him and the way he dealed with it.
Hume jusnaturalista
Limongi, Maria Isabel;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2011000200013
Abstract: this paper aims to investigate the relationship between hume and the modern tradition of natural law theories, indicating that his emphasis on the need of an accord or agreement as the foundation of property can be seen as the rehabilitation of an aspect of natural law theories against an other, predominant after locke.
Sobre los inicios del coleccionismo y los museos de arte en la Argentina
Baldasarre, Maria Isabel;
Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-47142006000100010
Abstract: in nineteenth-century argentina, the formation of important private art collections was prior to the foundation of museums. donated or bequeathed, these collections were the basis of the country's art museums and have contributed in the course of history to the development and profile of their patrimonies. this paper examines the establishment of art collecting practice in argentina. it takes into account some of the selections, mechanisms and judgments exercised by art collectors when forming their collections. this process is considered in relation to the creation and growth of the country's first and most important art museum: the buenos aires national fine arts museum. the role of its first director and mentor - eduardo schiaffino - is thoroughly analyzed, as is the persistence, in the subsequent administrations, of his esthetic choices and mechanisms for enlarging the patrimony. we also consider the case of some museums created inland. although private art collecting has also exerted a strong influence in their formation, these institutions proposed a different model, as they were highly receptive to national art.
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