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Das memórias da infancia aos desafios da sala de aula: como venho me constituindo professora/Of the infancy’s memories to the classroom’s challenges
M?nica Maria Barbosa Leiva de Luca,Adriana Stella Pierini,Edna Scola Klein,Gisele Filippini Gomes,ítala Nair Tomei Rizzo,Maristela Mar?al,Carmen Lúcia Fernandez,Clarice Jaeger área,Concei??o A. F. Jer?nimo,Doralice Marcolina de Moraes,Giselda Maria Zuntini Deliza,Maria ?ngela de Melo Pinheiro,Alessandra Vita de Araújo Vita,Eliane de Fátima Sachinelli Scarpini,Sheila Orbetelli,Maria Stela Beraldo de Lima,Andréa Fernandes Sá,Mabel Servidone,Rosana Andréa R. de Oliveira
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: No presente artigo procuro narrar como foi sendo constituída minha identidade de professora, a partir das lembran as, da minha história de estudante, do processo de forma o vivido, das experiências que tive, até a reflex o sobre a realidade na qual me insiro atualmente, atuando como professora de ensino fundamental, na Escola Padre Francisco Silva da Rede Municipal de Campinas, desde 2003. A inser o nessa realidade rica e dinamica promove inquieta es, entre elas o questionamento sobre como a forma o que temos na universidade n o dá conta da complexidade dos processos vividos no cotidiano escolar, com crian as concretas, cada qual com suas especificidades, como o trabalho com a heterogeneidade, a auto-imagem dos grupos e das crian as, as rela es interpessoais, a avalia o, o sistema seriado, os tempos, os limites e as possibilidades. Entrar na escola também implicou perceber que as possibilidades de atua o se ampliam, quando há o desejo pela mudan a e o compromisso social das pessoas que integram os diferentes espa os coletivos da nossa escola, em realizar essa transforma o. O processo de forma o é continuo na rela o com as crian as e nos diferentes espa os de reflex o coletiva que a gest o proporciona aos profissionais da educa o em nossa escola. In the present article, I relate the way my teacher identity was constituted: my chilhood memories, my student history, the rearing process I went through, my experiences and even my meditations about the reality I live with. Since 2003, I am an elementary school teacher at Escola Padre Francisco Silva, a pubilc school of Campinas municipality. My presence in this rich and dynamic reality promotes turmoil such as: (i) my questioning about the fact that the education we receive in the university is not enough to deal with the complex processes lived everyday in a school, with real childen, each one with his/her own peculiarities; (ii) work with the heterogenity, the group and children self-image, the interpersonal relationships, the evaluation, the serial system, the limits and the possibilities. To be in a school made me realize that the possibilites of acting are ample when there are the wish to change and the social commitment from the people, who integrate the different common space of our school, to make this transformation. Education is a continuous process with the children and in the different meditation spaces that managers provide to the education professionals of our school. Keywords Forma o --- Rela o teoria-prática --- Reflex o --- Memória --- Education --- Theory-practice relationship -
Ser um professor pesquisador/Be a researcher-teacher
Edna Scola Klein,Gisele Filippini Gomes,ítala Nair Tomei Rizzo,Maristela Mar?al,Carmen Lúcia Fernandez,Clarice Jaeger área,Concei??o A. F. Jer?nimo,Doralice Marcolina de Moraes,Giselda Maria Zuntini Deliza,Maria ?ngela de Melo Pinheiro,Alessandra Vita de Araújo Vita,Eliane de Fátima Sachinelli Scarpini,Sheila Orbetelli,Maria Stela Beraldo de Lima,Andréa Fernandes Sá,Mabel Servidone,Rosana Andréa R. de Oliveira
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: O Projeto "ESCOLA SINGULAR: A ES PLURAIS", realizado na nossa unidade escolar, tem trazido a discuss o e a reflex o para as nossas reuni es, compreens o de atitudes dos adolescentes e nossas enquanto profissionais. Trabalhar em grupo e viver com as diversidades é um grande desafio e também uma grande aprendizagem. Esta diversidade ocorre entre os colegas de trabalho e na própria sala de aula. Refletir sobre nossas a es nos traz a figura do professor-pesquisador. Realizamos diversas atividades na escola que trouxeram a todos uma maior participa o nos espa os escolares, contato com a arte, com a pesquisa, com a observa o. Estes processos ocorreram entre os alunos e com a equipe docente também. Participo de reuni es semanais, com os professores de 5a a 8a séries para trocas de idéias, estudo e discuss es de textos e temas. Ouvir e participar das discuss es com os diversos profissionais do Projeto sobre as teorias de aprendizagem, diversidades de estratégias utilizadas nas aulas ou formas de aquisi o de conhecimento foi muito importante para o nosso trabalho. Interdisciplinaridade é o tema do subgrupo que participo e inicialmente o interessante do trabalho em grupo é realmente o fortalecimento de cada pessoa e a percep o de uma atitude interdisciplinar. Debatemos os conceitos de Interdisciplinaridade e planejamos algumas a es de forma interdisciplinar para aplicá-las com os alunos. The “Singular school: Plural actions” project, created at our school unity, has been brought the discussion and reflection to our reunions, comprehension of teenage and ourselves attitudes, while professionals. Work in group and to live with these difficulties it′s a great challenge and a great learning. This diversity it happens among the co-workers and at the classroom itself. Reflect about our actions bring us the image of the researcher-teacher. We did many activities at the school that brought to all a bigger participation at the school-places, contact with the art, with research, with the observation. These process happened with the students and the teaching staff too. I participate at weekly reunions, with teacher from 5th to 8th grades to exchange ideas, study and discussions about the texts and themes. To listen and to participate on the discussions with the diverse professionals from the Project about the learning theories, diversity of strategic used at the classes or the ways of knowledge acquisition was very important to our work. Interdisciplinary is the theme of the subgroup that I integrate and, at first, the interest point of the work at group is the stren
Rela es interpessoais na escola: uma trama de muitos fios, poucos la os e alguns nós/Interpersonal relations in the school: a tram of many wires, few bows and some knot
Adriana Stella Pierini,Edna Scola Klein,Gisele Filippini Gomes,ítala Nair Tomei Rizzo,Maristela Mar?al,Carmen Lúcia Fernandez,Clarice Jaeger área,Concei??o A. F. Jer?nimo,Doralice Marcolina de Moraes,Giselda Maria Zuntini Deliza,Maria ?ngela de Melo Pinheiro,Alessandra Vita de Araújo Vita,Eliane de Fátima Sachinelli Scarpini,Sheila Orbetelli,Maria Stela Beraldo de Lima,Andréa Fernandes Sá,Mabel Servidone,Rosana Andréa R. de Oliveira
ETD : Educa??o Temática Digital , 2006,
Abstract: A partir do olhar de uma profissional de educa o que, atualmente, ocupa o lugar de orientadora pedagógica de uma escola pública municipal de educa o fundamental, este artigo busca relatar um determinado percurso vivenciado por um subgrupo de profissionais na escola, evidenciando um diálogo reflexivo entre as práticas cotidianas e as rela es interpessoais no espa o escolar. Desta forma, reflete o exercício de produ o de conhecimento e pesquisa na escola e aborda, fundamentalmente, a importancia do grupo na constitui o do sujeito que, ao fazer emergir quest es do seu cotidiano, direciona seu estudo, tendo como foco alguns elementos: a reflex o sobre o conceito de aula a partir da discuss o sobre projetos e outras atividades escolares, a humaniza o das rela es, os diversos tempos escolares e os vínculos que aí se constituem, os entraves pessoais e institucionais na transforma o dos tempos regulamentados em tempos de convívio, e a importancia da teoria na (re) elabora o de conceitos, com base na afirma o de que o desenvolvimento do indivíduo n o depende apenas do aspecto organico, mas principalmente, da qualidade das intera es que mantém com o meio em que vive. With the point of view from a education professional that, actually, occupies the place of pedagogical guide of a municipal public school of primary education, this article intends to report a determinate course lived by a subgroup of professionals at the school, evidencing a reflexive dialog between quotidian practices and interpersonal relations at the school space. This way, reflects the knowledge production and research exercise at the school and approaching, fundamentally, the group importance in the subject constitution that, at the time he makes emerge questions about his quotidian, directs its study having as focus the following elements: the reflection about the class concept beginning with the discussion projects and other school activities, the humanization of relations, the diverse school times and the connections made since then, the personal and institutional difficulties in the transformation of the ruled times into sociability times and the importance of theory in the concept (re) elaboration, based on the affirmation that subject development depend not only of the organic appearance, but mainly of the quality of the interaction that sustain the media in which he lives. Keywords Afetividade --- Rela es interpessoais --- Emo o --- Affection --- Interpersonal relations --- Emotion
Impact of comorbidities and drug therapy on development of renal impairment in a predominantly African American and Hispanic HIV clinic population
M Keith Rawlings, Jennifer Klein, Edna P Toubes Klingler, et al
HIV/AIDS - Research and Palliative Care , 2011, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/HIV.S13902
Abstract: ct of comorbidities and drug therapy on development of renal impairment in a predominantly African American and Hispanic HIV clinic population Original Research (3750) Total Article Views Authors: M Keith Rawlings, Jennifer Klein, Edna P Toubes Klingler, et al Published Date January 2011 Volume 2011:3 Pages 1 - 8 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/HIV.S13902 M Keith Rawlings1, Jennifer Klein1, Edna P Toubes Klingler1, Ejeanée Queen1, Lauren Rogers1, Linda H Yau2, Keith A Pappa2, Gary E Pakes2 1AIDS Arms Peabody Health Clinic, Dallas, Texas; 2GlaxoSmithKline, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA Purpose: Renal impairment in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients could potentially be caused by many factors. HIV-related renal impairment risks have been little studied in African Americans and Hispanics. We investigated the impact of HIV itself, highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), comorbidities, and non-HIV-related drug treatment on glomerular filtration rate in a predominantly African American/Hispanic HIV-infected population who had received HAART for at least one year. This study was a retrospective electronic medical record database evaluation of renal impairment risks in a largely African American/Hispanic HIV population obtaining medical care at an HIV clinic in Dallas, Texas. Methods: Proportional hazards models were used to investigate an association between an estimated glomerular filtration rate decrease >25% from baseline (ie, renal impairment) and demographics, antiretroviral/nonantiretroviral medications, comorbidities (hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hepatitis C virus [HCV] infection, hepatitis B virus [HBV] infection), CD4+ counts, viral load, and duration patients were monitored at the clinic (time on study). Results: In total, 323 patients were evaluated: 82% males; 61% African American/12% Hispanic/19% Caucasian; mean age 37.9 years (standard deviation [SD] 8.5); 6% HBV-positive; 34% HCV-positive; 29% hypertensive; 3% diabetic; 52% tenofovir-treated; mean weight 75.4 kg (SD, 15.4); mean estimated glomerular filtration 114.5 mL/min/1.73 m2 (SD, 36.7) using the Modification of Diet in Renal Disease (MDRD) calculation method; mean creatinine clearance (from which estimated glomerular filtration was extrapolated) by the Cockcroft-Gault calculation method 120.6 mL/min/1.73 m2 (SD, 41.2); mean time on study 2.7 years (SD, 1.0 year). An estimated glomerular filtration rate decrease of . >25% from baseline was significantly associated with time on study (P = 0.0017; hazards ratio [HR] = 0.999) and hypertension (HR = 1.706; P = 0.0158) by the MDRD method, and with age (HR = 1.039; P = 0.0077), weight (HR = 0.987; P = 0.0023), and time on study (HR = 0.999; P = 0.0043) by extrapolation of Cockcroft-Gault creatinine clearance calculation. No specific HAART agent was associated with significant renal impairment risk by the definition used in this study. Conclusion: This retrospective database study showed time on stud
Impact of comorbidities and drug therapy on development of renal impairment in a predominantly African American and Hispanic HIV clinic population
M Keith Rawlings,Jennifer Klein,Edna P Toubes Klingler,et al
HIV/AIDS - Research and Palliative Care , 2011,
Abstract: M Keith Rawlings1, Jennifer Klein1, Edna P Toubes Klingler1, Ejeanée Queen1, Lauren Rogers1, Linda H Yau2, Keith A Pappa2, Gary E Pakes21AIDS Arms Peabody Health Clinic, Dallas, Texas; 2GlaxoSmithKline, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USAPurpose: Renal impairment in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients could potentially be caused by many factors. HIV-related renal impairment risks have been little studied in African Americans and Hispanics. We investigated the impact of HIV itself, highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), comorbidities, and non-HIV-related drug treatment on glomerular filtration rate in a predominantly African American/Hispanic HIV-infected population who had received HAART for at least one year. This study was a retrospective electronic medical record database evaluation of renal impairment risks in a largely African American/Hispanic HIV population obtaining medical care at an HIV clinic in Dallas, Texas.Methods: Proportional hazards models were used to investigate an association between an estimated glomerular filtration rate decrease >25% from baseline (ie, renal impairment) and demographics, antiretroviral/nonantiretroviral medications, comorbidities (hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hepatitis C virus [HCV] infection, hepatitis B virus [HBV] infection), CD4+ counts, viral load, and duration patients were monitored at the clinic (time on study).Results: In total, 323 patients were evaluated: 82% males; 61% African American/12% Hispanic/19% Caucasian; mean age 37.9 years (standard deviation [SD] 8.5); 6% HBV-positive; 34% HCV-positive; 29% hypertensive; 3% diabetic; 52% tenofovir-treated; mean weight 75.4 kg (SD, 15.4); mean estimated glomerular filtration 114.5 mL/min/1.73 m2 (SD, 36.7) using the Modification of Diet in Renal Disease (MDRD) calculation method; mean creatinine clearance (from which estimated glomerular filtration was extrapolated) by the Cockcroft-Gault calculation method 120.6 mL/min/1.73 m2 (SD, 41.2); mean time on study 2.7 years (SD, 1.0 year). An estimated glomerular filtration rate decrease of . >25% from baseline was significantly associated with time on study (P = 0.0017; hazards ratio [HR] = 0.999) and hypertension (HR = 1.706; P = 0.0158) by the MDRD method, and with age (HR = 1.039; P = 0.0077), weight (HR = 0.987; P = 0.0023), and time on study (HR = 0.999; P = 0.0043) by extrapolation of Cockcroft-Gault creatinine clearance calculation. No specific HAART agent was associated with significant renal impairment risk by the definition used in this study.Conclusion: This retrospec
What does the “arrow of time” stand for?  [PDF]
Etienne Klein
Natural Science (NS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2010.23033
Abstract: One hundred and thirty years after the work of Ludwig Boltzmann on the interpretation of the irreversibility of physical phenomena, and one century after Einstein's formulation of Special Relativity, we are still not sure what we mean when we talk of “time” or “arrow of time”. We shall try to show that one source of this difficulty is our tendency to confuse, at least verbally, time and becoming, i.e. the course of time and the arrow of time, two concepts that the formalisms of modern physics are careful to distinguish. The course of time is represented by a time line that leads us to define time as the producer of duration. It is customary to place on this time line a small arrow that, ironically, must not be confused with the “arrow of time”. This small arrow is only there to indicate that the course of time is oriented, has a well-defined direction, even if this direction is arbitrary. The arrow of time, on the other hand, indicates the possibility for physical systems to experience, over the course of time, changes or transforma-tions that prevent them from returning to their initial state forever. Contrary to what the ex-pression “arrow of time” suggests, it is there-fore not a property of time itself but a property of certain physical phenomena whose dynamic is irreversible. By its very definition, the arrow of time presupposes the existence of a well- established course of time within which – in addition – certain phenomena have their own temporal orientation. We think that it is worth-while to emphasize the difference between sev-eral issues traditionally subsumed under the label “the problem of the direction of time”. If the expressions “course of time”, “direction of time” and “arrow of time” were better defined, systematically distinguished from one another and always used in their strictest sense, the debate about time, irreversibility and becoming in physics would become clearer.
Dystrophin analyses for immunocytochemistry method: study of 517 cases
SCOLA ROSANA HERMINIA
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2001,
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Narrow-band noise due to the moving vortex lattice in superconducting niobium
Alain Pautrat,Joseph Scola
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.79.024507
Abstract: We report measurements of voltage noise due to vortex motion in Niobium, a conventional low-Tc superconductor. A coherent oscillation leading to narrow band noise (NBN) is evidenced. Its characteristic frequency is a linear function of the overcritical transport current in the flux-flow regime, and hence scales as the main velocity of the vortex flow. The associated length scale is not the intervortex distance but the width of the sample, indicating temporal coherence at a large scale. NBN is also observed in the non linear part of the V(I) at the onset of depinning, in apparent disagreement with a stochastic creep motion of flux bundles. NBN exists in the peak effect region, showing that long range temporal correlations are preserved in this regime.
Direct Identification of Bacteria in Positive Blood Culture Bottles by Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionisation Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
Bernard La Scola,Didier Raoult
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0008041
Abstract: With long delays observed between sampling and availability of results, the usefulness of blood cultures in the context of emergency infectious diseases has recently been questioned. Among methods that allow quicker bacterial identification from growing colonies, matrix-assisted laser desorption ionisation time-of-flight (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry was demonstrated to accurately identify bacteria routinely isolated in a clinical biology laboratory. In order to speed up the identification process, in the present work we attempted bacterial identification directly from blood culture bottles detected positive by the automate.
Expans?o da fronteira, megaprojetos de infraestrutura e integra??o sul-americana
Castro, Edna;
Caderno CRH , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-49792012000100004
Abstract: the analysis of the relationship between developmentalist policies and social and territorial dynamics in the amazon usually focuses on a brazilian national perspective. this article aims to reveal an increase of interest in the exploitation of the region's natural resources, beyond its political borders, thus turning the pan-amazon into a vital zone in brazilian geopolitics. the brazilian growth acceleration programs (pac i and ii) and the initiative for the integration of the regional infrastructure of south america (iirsa) follow the same direction of a competitive integration, adopting a modernization model based on investment megaprojects. the iirsa, carried on in south america as a regional block, and the pac, developed nationwide, are programs that aim to boost transport, energy and communication logistics. continent-wise, they both indicate irreversible social and territorial dynamics and represent the common interests of brazil and the other countries, based on the 1970's dominant model of border expansion in the amazon.
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