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Education Advisors: registration until March 31

IFSP professors can prepare Reference Curricula for Basic Education Courses - EJA

  • Published: Friday, February 12, 2021, 10:26 pm
  • Last updated on Wednesday, 10 March 2021, 09h07

Registrations are extended until March 31, for those interested in composing the Teachers' Bank of the Basic, Technical and Technological Teaching Career (EBTT) to join the Working Group (GT-16) for the elaboration of the Reference Curricula of the Basic Education Courses of the IFSP offered in the EJA modality.

The vacancies are exclusive for Professors of the IFSP EBTT Career. 

The Basic Education courses offered by the IFSP are developed in an integrated articulated form, including in the EJA Modality, in the concomitant articulated form and form subsequent to High School. In this sense, it is noted that each course, due to the specificities presented, be related to the type of offer, be related to the type of teaching, demanded from the working groups constituted a unique look at the field of knowledge discussed.

For the coordinator of Integrated High School and Proeja, Diego de Morais Salim, there are many specifics in the case of Youth and Adult Education (EJA). “When it comes to the subjects, we can highlight the age or generational dimensions, the issues of gender, race / ethnicity, the social and economic marks of social and educational inequalities, the social class and the condition of worker, among others”, analyzes Salim . It is in this perspective that the GT-16 aims to debate issues specific to the field, seeking to systematize a curricular proposal for these courses.

According to their training area, the Technical Advisors in Education (ATEs) will aim to contribute to the GT-16 with discussions related to the stage of preparing the Essential Knowledge (CEs), in line with the methodology proposed for the Curricula of Education. IFSP Basic Education Reference.

The activities will be concentrated in the first semester of 2021 and enrollments can only be made for teachers working in the components of general training. ATEs already confirmed to participate in the GT-16 will not need to register again.

The courses offered in the EJA modality and that make up the GT-16 can be seen below:

  • Administration Technician
  • Trade Technician
  • Building Technician
  • Logistics Technician
  • Occupational Safety Technician
  • Visual Communication Technician
  • Quality Technician
  • Mechanical technician
  • Computer Network Technician

 Questions about the process should be directed to: .

About the process of Basic Education Reference Curricula, access here

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Schedule

Registration Period: February 11th to 26th, 2021

Registration period (extension): February 11 to March 31, 2021

 

 

 

 

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