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Motivational Profile and the Inclination of the Career of Student of Information Technology  [PDF]
Evelyn Souto Martins, Fernando Kuschnaroff Contreras
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2014.47047

The area of information technology (IT) has undergone constant changes that, consequently, impact directly on professional and in companies that work with this sector. The aim of this study was to identify the motivational profile and the slope on the professional career of the student. This is a field which is applied in questionnaires closed with students. The sample was composed 94 students of two universities of computer in Brazil. Two instruments used were the inventory of Schwartz values (IVS) that offer some perspectives of appreciation of employee matching your goals and interests, and the other instruments were the questionnaire by Edgar Schein on professional inclination, which allows you to identify the relationship and prospects of those with work and their lives. The results reveal that students and IT professionals surveyed here are self-determined individuals who value the lifestyle, benevolent and hedonists, seeking the welfare and satisfaction in work and love challenges. Then we conclude that professionals and IT students are or will be, mostly professionals looking for constant challenges and personal and professional satisfaction, adapting the work as best as possible to your lifestyle.

School Psychology on the Formation of the Social Educator: Assessment of the Professional Profile  [PDF]
Pollianna Galv?o, Daniel Carvalho de Matos, Wirna Lima Gomes
Creative Education (CE) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2018.92016
Abstract: In Brazilian scenario, the profession of the social educator is recent in the non-formal educative spaces, including institutions which act in benefit of the poorest segments of the population. With the intent to contribute to the discussion on the formation of the social educator, this manuscript seeks to investigate the professional profile resources of social educators from a Brazilian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and the possibilities of contribution from the School and Educational Psychology to the consolidation of this profession’s identity. In this study, it was utilized the theoretical-conceptual perspective of historical-cultural Psychology in articulation with the competence approach. Six social educators participated in this study. The first research step consisted of the review and expansion of the social educator’s professional profile proposed by Soares (2008) through a literature review in School and Educational Psychology and institutional visits to a Brazilian NGO, which categorizes six competence resources for the composition of the social educator’s profile: 1) theoretical and conceptual performances; 2) technical and scientific competences; 3) practical knowledge competences; 4) interpersonal competences; 5) ethical competences; 6) esthetical competences. The second step involved the application of the instrument in six social educators. The results indicated predominance in relation to the practical knowledge, interpersonal, ethical and esthetical competences. In counterpoint, the theoretical and conceptual competences and technical and scientific competences were the less evidenced ones, suggesting a profile still undeveloped through paths of initial and continuous formation specific in the field of social education. Against this challenge in research, it is understood that School Psychology may bring contributions to non-formal educative spaces of Third Sector to favor the development and consolidation of the professional identity of the social educator, of the theoretical and conceptual production on the formation and actuation of social educators, as well as the expansion of School and Educational Psychology to differentiated educative spaces.
Labra?a T,Ana María; Durán F,Eliana; Asenjo I,Gisela; Hansel R,Gunhild;
Revista chilena de nutrición , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-75182010000300005
Abstract: the objective of this paper was to describe the process of developing a competency-based curriculum for the under-graduate program in nutrition and dietetics of the university of concepción. to obtain the information required to structure the new curriculum, the "developing curriculum" methodology was used. semi-structure interviews and expert panel were used to collect information that was then used to develop the profile of a nutritionist in chile and a graduate profile. subsequently, a new competency-based 5-year curriculum was proposed based on the identified profiles. the quantitative results were analyzed and interpreted with the statistical software spss version 10.0 and the qualitative analysis was classification of answers according to category. the competency-based curriculum, the profile of nutritionist, and the graduate profile were implemented in 2007.
Brazilian dieticians: professional and demographic profiles
Akutsu, Rita de Cássia;
Revista de Nutri??o , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-52732008000100002
Abstract: objective: the objective of this study was to analyze the difference in brazilian dieticians' work activities in view of personal, demographic and work variables. methods: this study takes a cross-sectional, exploratory approach with random sample per grouping, and with an accuracy of 0.05 and confidence interval of 95.0%. the final sample was of 587 respondents among a total of 25,793 dieticians. descriptive (mean, median, standard deviation) and variance (kruskal wallis, spearman index and chi-square) analysis were performed. results: 46.9% of the respondents lived in southeast region of brazil; 96.9% were women; 61.2% had a partner, and the average age was 34.8 years; 51.4% graduated from public universities, 63.9% accomplished some kind of post-graduation course; 55.9% worked in private institutions and 39.7% had worked in their current job for at least two years; 30.7% performed their activities in more than one area and 24.4% worked in food and nutrition units. variance analysis indicated that there was significant difference in the stratified variables type of institution in which the dieticians graduated from, " year of graduation" , " type of organization" in which they work and " time working" stratified by geographic region. conclusion: typical dieticians are women, young, have a partner, live in the brazilian southeast, finished a post-graduate course, perform their activities in more than one area or in food and nutrition units and in private companies.
Gutiérrez Coba,Liliana; Prada Penagos,Rodolfo; Valderrama Valderrama,Jairo; García Perdomo,Víctor; Guzmán de Reyes,Adriana; Forero Gutiérrez,Alfonso;
Investigación y Desarrollo , 2010,
Abstract: the journalist socio demographic and labour characteristics in colombia art described as well as the satisfaction rate in relation to their job is shown in the present article. this is an important issue that affects the way journalists work and also has an important effect on the final informative products that reach the audience. the results were obtained from the application of a survey to 185 journalists in eleven cities, which were complemented with six focal groups of journalists from principal regions of the country. the most important problem within this profession in colombia is the bad working conditions, the pressure for freedom of the press, but journalists feel satisfied with their work.
Revisitando os estudos e eventos sobre a forma??o do nutricionista no Brasil
Costa, Nilce Maria da Silva Campos;
Revista de Nutri??o , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-52731999000100001
Abstract: this article discourses upon the formation of nutritionists in brazil, through a historical retrospective of brazilian and latin-american events and studies in which debates/discussions about the formation of this professional occurred. the first part of the article is dedicated to the historical formation of nutritionists, which is inserted in the formation of professionals for the health work market, in general, also a part of the formation of a capitalist market. afterwards, a review of the events and studies about the theme was made, through which was possible to perceive the presence of characteristic moments as well as thematic issues among them. the article ends with a discussion of the insertion of nutritionists in a wider context of health professionals in the present moment of capitalist society.
Um perfil de forma??o e de atua??o de professores de piano de Porto Alegre
Oliveira, Karla Dias de;Santos, Regina Antunes Teixeira dos;Hentschke, Liane;
Per Musi , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-75992009000200009
Abstract: this paper presents the results of a cross-sectional survey conducted with 104 piano teachers in porto alegre (brazil). concerning the professional training, about 60% of the interviewed teachers possessed an academic degree in music, and less than half of them were piano undergraduates. most of the teachers considered that they have learned how to teach within their daily practice and one third followed the model provided by their previous piano teachers. regarding their professional practice profile, most of the participants teach at home, followed by those who work in music schools or at the student’s home. the results revealed that the investigated teachers could be described according to what ramalho, nu?ez & gauthier (2004) named as improvised, artisan and professional teacher models.
Las competencias profesionales en la Educación Superior
González Jaramillo,Suleida; Ortiz García,Martha;
Educaci?3n M??dica Superior , 2011,
Abstract: in the 80′s, many industrialized countries realized that the most distinctive resource of their companies was the working force and that the successful results in their work performance were more linked to the individual characteristics than to degrees and certifications, hence the work or professional competency approach began its booming. this brought about the emphasis of training on this aspect and the introduction of this term into the technical and professional formation. professional competencies have turned into a topic of interest for the curricular designs in universities in order to attain the ideal professional capable of communicating, working in group and managing certain attitudes, dexterities, knowledge and abilities to solve unexpected situations and to generalize learning; he is ahead of the rapid obsolescence of knowledge. the present paper dealt with the origin of the term competency and its linking to higher education.
Estrategias de participación docente en una nueva propuesta de dise?o curricular basada en competencias
Medina Santander,Carlos Ernesto; Santeliz Casavilca,Joanna Veruschka;
Educere , 2008,
Abstract: the new vision of university education includes teacher’s education with the necessary competences for cultural, social and economical development of societies. in this context, aiming to determine teachers’ participation strategies in a new curricular design proposal based on competences, a study was done which included a sample of 106 teachers from the decanato de medicina de la universidad centroccidental "lisandro alvarado", barquisimeto, lara state, venezuela. the information was obtained through interviews and by using a likert-type attitude scale. the results showed that 78.29% of teachers have a favorable attitude towards the curricular proposal, 20.75% a neutral attitude and 0.94% showed a unfavorable attitude. the strategic actions to promote teachers’ participation were grouped in four dimensions: communication and broadcast, teachers education and training, teacher motivation area and miscellaneous.
Empregabilidade dos administradores: quais os perfis profissionais demandados pelas empresas?
Lemos, Ana Heloísa da Costa;Pinto, Mario Couto Soares;
Cadernos EBAPE.BR , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1679-39512008000400010
Abstract: the objective of this paper is to analyze what kind of newly graduated manager big private companies are looking for. the hypothesis behind the study is that there is a group of technical and behavioral qualifications that are aligned with business demands and that these qualifications are often ignored by businesses undergraduate courses. data collection was made through interviews with eight people from big brazilian private companies which are responsible for recruitment-related activities. the conclusion is that the knowledge acquired by students during their undergraduate courses does not contribute significantly to their employment, being more important their behavior and life history characteristics as well as the prestige of their undergraduate course.
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