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Online learning-teaching project
Max GIARDINA,Lala OUBENASSA
STICEF , 2003,
Abstract: Two dimensions of tele-learning project are concerned by this article where we take in consideration learning, teaching and specific learning context. We believe that we have to accord particular attention to improve some cognitive and socio-cognitive skills such negotiation, argumentation and knowledge restructuring. We propose a pedagogical structure of mediation within mediated and distributed learning environments. At the same time, we suggest an on-line tool for pedagogical scenario to teacher. The tool allows teacher to adopt different approaches where learning products are related to the best teaching and learning strategy to be used. The tool also offers a set of job-aids that help teacher to manage, specify and develop learning activity, assessment modality, etc.
The Perspective of Crack Users Regarding Their Social Reintegration after the End of Treatment in Therapeutic Communities  [PDF]
Analu Schnorr, Adriana R. Binsfeld Hess, Laíssa Eschiletti Prati
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.54040
Abstract:

The use of crack cocaine has been gaining prominence in the media, because even though it’s a phenomenon that emerged little more than twenty years ago, it’s already an epidemic in Brazil. The large number of crack users represents a public health problem, affecting family, professional and social relations. This study investigated the perspectives of crack users regarding their social reintegration. The sample was composed of ten addicted men between the ages of 19 and 37, admitted to therapeutic communities for a social reintegration process. Semi-structured interviews were recorded, transcribed and analyzed through Content Analysis. The main results show that studying, working with addiction and meeting the expectations of family appear to be the main objectives of this period of rehabilitation. Other concerns that were quite emphasized referred to redeeming and gaining acceptance of the family, making new friends and keeping away from old ones (partners in use). As for their professional life, most respondents cited working with recovery as a possibility. Among the reintegration strategies, community work, the quest for God and church attendance, and attending healthy environments were mentioned. Calling and/or talking with friends was cited in relation to actions to be taken in case of a break down. These results indicate that there are several aspects that surround the social reintegration of crack addicts. They also indicate different paths that can help develop new interventions to assist dependents in the recovery phase.

Da diversidade na passagem para a quinta série do ensino fundamental
Prati, Laíssa Eschiletti;Eizirik, Marisa Faermann;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2006000300008
Abstract: this study investigates the subjectivity constitution through the diverse practices of the passage from elementary to high school. two fourth grade classes from the elementary school, and three first grade classes from high school from two public schools in porto alegre, rs had been observed. fifty fathers, about 150 students and 25 teachers, all of them involved in this special process, have contributed with their experiences for one whole year. the school reality is considered a complementary and ambivalent faces of a polyhedron in interaction, that allows the polyphonic practices creation. the elementary to high school passage arises an emblematic moment that involves important changes on the characters' roles. at this moment, multiform straights impel new practices for the subjectivity constitution.
Relacionamento conjugal e transi??o para a coparentalidade: perspectiva da psicologia positiva
Prati, Laíssa Eschiletti;Koller, Sílvia Helena;
Psicologia Clínica , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-56652011000100007
Abstract: this theoretical-practical essay approaches the marital system transition to coparenting relationship and some clinic implications for psychotherapy according to positive psychology approach. coparenting relationship involves functions from each couple member that go beyond the biological domain. it creates a complex psychic reorganization that happens internally and in the psychosocial space. the role transition is a process considered a situational crisis, because an adjustment to the new conditions is needed, and it may generate repercussions in the couple relationship. a therapeutic process can help couples for a better experience of this period of reorganization. in this context, positive psychology tries to emphasize resources and healthy aspects of those that came to therapy. aspects that may appear in therapy are changes in original family relationship, increase of interest or search for new professional possibilities and coparenting itself, among others.
Famílias em vulnerabilidade social: rastreamento de termos utilizados por terapeutas de família
Prati, Laíssa Eschiletti;Couto, Maria Clara P. de Paula;Koller, Sílvia Helena;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722009000300014
Abstract: this study investigated if the terms "families at risk", "poor families", "families of popular class" and "low income families" could be related to the concept of "families in social vulnerability", when used by family therapists. it was performed a documental survey on the proceedings of six brazilian scientific conferences and of one international conference about family therapy that occurred in brazil. a quantitative analysis was conducted in order to verify how often these terms were used. a qualitative analysis was also performed in order to identify their definition. from 1994 to 2006, there was an increase from nine to 21 works using the investigated terms. the bibliographic material showed that these different terms are complementary and generally related to families in social vulnerability.
O genograma como instrumento de pesquisa do impacto de eventos estressores na transi??o família-escola
Castoldi, Luciana;Lopes, Rita de Cássia Sobreira;Prati, Laíssa Eschiletti;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722006000200016
Abstract: the beginning of school life is a special moment in the life cycle that may be influenced by stressful events such as family loss and separation, as well as by conflicting relationship patterns between the present family and the family of origin. this article aims to demonstrate the use of the genogram as a research instrument in developmental psychology with the following objectives: characterize the family configurations, identify stressful events in the families' life cycle, especially, loss and separation experiences, and to analyze the relationship patterns between the nuclear family and the family of origin. a collective case study was carried out with six families and their children age five to six, three of whom were considered as having an easy adaptation to school and the other three as having a difficult adaptation. the mothers were interviewed and asked to construct their family genograms. specific and distinct features were found regarding family configurations, stressful life events and relationship patterns in each group. the implications of the use of the genogram as a research instrument of the impact of stressful events in the family-school transition are discussed.
Escola como zona de passagem
Indursky, Alexei;Butkus, Vitor;Prati, Laíssa Eschiletti;Santos, Nair Iracema Silveira dos;
Revista do Departamento de Psicologia. UFF , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-80232007000100012
Abstract: the present work originated from a project of integration of the school psychology i and social psychology ii disciplines, developed at the federal university of rio grande do sul (ufrgs) in the year 2004. theoretical concepts from the social psychology discipline were integrated with the context of a public school from the city of porto alegre (rs, brazil), through the creative eyes of someone observing the field with the post-modern psychology theoretical reference for the first time. approaching concepts such as institution, bend, enunciation and marks, new viewpoints were formed. the school comes as a starting point to question and broaden the area of social psychology and of institutional analysis.
The genogram as a research instrument of the impact of stressful events in the family-school transition / O genograma como instrumento de pesquisa do impacto de eventos estressores na transi o família-escola
Luciana Castoldi,Rita de Cássia Sobreira Lopes,Laíssa Eschiletti Prati
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2006,
Abstract: The beginning of school life is a special moment in the life cycle that may be influenced by stressful events such as family loss and separation, as well as by conflicting relationship patterns between the present family and the family of origin. This article aims to demonstrate the use of the genogram as a research instrument in developmental psychology with the following objectives: characterize the family configurations, identify stressful events in the families' life cycle, especially, loss and separation experiences, and to analyze the relationship patterns between the nuclear family and the family of origin. A collective case study was carried out with six families and their children age five to six, three of whom were considered as having an easy adaptation to school and the other three as having a difficult adaptation. The mothers were interviewed and asked to construct their family genograms. Specific and distinct features were found regarding family configurations, stressful life events and relationship patterns in each group. The implications of the use of the genogram as a research instrument of the impact of stressful events in the family-school transition are discussed.
Revisiting the ecological engagement: a proposal to systematization / Revisando a inser o ecológica: uma proposta de sistematiza o
Laíssa Eschiletti Prati,Maria Clara P. de Paula Couto,Andreína Moura,Michele Poletto
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2008,
Abstract: This article describes how the four key concepts of the Bioecological Theory of Human Development (process, person, context and time) are present in the Ecological Engagement methodology. The goal is to provide some lines of action that may guide research teams to use this proposal in their projects. A brief comparison is performed between the Ecological Engagement and other methodologies, which value the concept of investigation and have distinct theoretical references. Moreover, other studies that used the Ecological Engagement are presented and discussed in order to establish some common points and to define aspects that may be considered as fundamental characteristics of this methodological proposal.
Interven o Comunitária com Grupo de Adolescentes: Relato de Experiência do Projeto EBA
Karla Rafaela Haack,Roberta Salvador Silva,Laíssa Eschiletti Prati,Mariana Gon?alves Boeckel
Revista Interamericana de Psicología , 2010,
Abstract: This article reports a curricular training experience developed by the Center of Psychological Services at Faculdades Integradas de Taquara (Faccat - Brazil). Two undergraduate students developed this project in a school localized in a vulnerable neighboorhood using the Community Social Psychology approach. The intervention project, named Projeto EBA - Encontros de Bate-Papo com Adolescentes, has the following goals: (a) build habits that prevent the use of drugs, (b) teach about STDs and AIDS; and (c) improve positive aspects in the participants' lives. Six meetings with 16 teenagers were conducted, in which the themes developed were: stereotypes, drugs, sexuality and self-esteem. The teenagers showed almost no knowledge about drugs and STDs. The participation in EBA indicates positive changes in their relationships, which became noticeable during group interactions.
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