Conexões entre neuroeducação e formação de professores

Translated title of the contribution: Connections between neuroeducation and teacher training course

Karly B. Alvarenga, António Domingos

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Abstract

Este trabalho teórico é parte de um pós-doutorado e é fruto de uma análise em artigos e livros datados no período de 2008 a 2019. O objetivo principal é apresentar algumas conexões entre as neurociências cognitivas e a formação de professores. Os resultados apontam para a imprescindibilidade em expor aos professores e aos estudiosos os aspectos relacionados ao funcionamento cerebral no ato de aprender, tais como emoções, ansiedade, dom, cultura, plasticidade cerebral, transmissão de informações, entre outros. São necessárias mais pesquisas colaborativas para consolidar o diálogo entre as neurociências cognitivas e a educação.


The main objective of this work is to present some connections between Cognitive Neurosciences and teacher training. It is part of a postdoctoral. It is the result of theoretical research carried out in articles and books dated from 2008 to 2019. The results point to a need to present to future teachers and, already teachers, issues related to brain functioning in the act of learning, such as emotions, anxiety, gift, culture, brain plasticity and the transmission of information, among others. More collaborative research in this area is needed to consolidate the dialogue between Cognitive Neurosciences and Education.
Translated title of the contributionConnections between neuroeducation and teacher training course
Original languagePortuguese
Article numbere021018
Pages (from-to)1-24
Number of pages25
JournalRevista Internacional de Formação de Professores (RIPF)
Volume6
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Currículo
  • Neurociências Cognitivas
  • Formação docente
  • Conteúdos
  • Curriculum
  • Teacher’s training
  • Subjects
  • Cognitive Neuroscience

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