Mobilidades linguístico-culturais: reflexões epistêmicas para o ensino

Translated title of the contribution: Linguistic-cultural mobilities: epistemic reflections for teaching

Ana Adelina Lôpo Ramos (Editor/Coordinator), Rogério da Silva Lima (Editor/Coordinator)

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Abstract

This production is another collective work resulting from academic-scientific investigations of professors linked to the International Scientific Research Project (PICNAB), network which brings together researchers from the universities of Nantes (France), Aveiro (Portugal) and Brasília (Brazil), and counts, since 2016, with the support of the Research Support Foundation of the Government of the Federal District (FAP-DF) and the CAPES-Print / University of Brasilia. The Network's main objectives are to build artistic (literary and theatrical), linguistic research and pedagogical that envision new socio / intercultural practices before the challenges of contemporary reality, which has limits tenuous, migratory movements and fluid identities. Thus, researchers and researchers study issues concerning the teacher training that will deal with the education of children and young members of an educational system that needs to be rethought and resized in their teaching practices, both in terms of Brazil, as well as in Portugal and France, countries that experience the day day of this new reality. In this sense, studies add not only undergraduate students, but also graduate students (master's and doctorate), linked to the programs of the three universities.
Translated title of the contributionLinguistic-cultural mobilities: epistemic reflections for teaching
Original languagePortuguese
Place of PublicationRio de Janeiro
PublisherMakunaima
Number of pages316
Volume1
Edition
ISBN (Electronic)978-65-87250-12-0
Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2020

Keywords

  • Mobility
  • Culture
  • Intercultural Education
  • Education and socioeconomic development

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