TITLE

O EXAME NACIONAL E DESEMPENHO DOS ESTUDANTES - ENADE - COMO INSTRUMENTO SINALIZADOR PARA AVALIAÇÃO E QUALIFICAÇÃO DE CURSOS PRESENCIAIS DE GRADUAÇÃO EM TURISMO SOB A ÓTICA DE COORDENADORES DE CURSO

AUTHOR(S)
DE OLIVEIRA MARCELINO, THAYS; DOS SANTOS, MARCIA MARIA CAPPELLANO
PUB. DATE
May 2019
SOURCE
Turismo: Visão e Ação;mai-ago2019, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This qualitative and exploratory study aims to analyze processes of change and qualification led by the coordinators of pedagogical projects, and the pedagogical and evaluative practices resulting from an analytical-interpretative study of the Enade exam for undergraduate courses in Tourism and its respective report. The temporal and special cut-offs chosen were the 2012 exam, and the presential courses offered in the state of Rio Grande do Sul by different types of institutions that had participated in the previous editions. The semi-structured interviews focused on four axes: (a) organization of the operational process of analysis, (b) conceptions of tourism underlying the issues, (c) evaluation of general issues and (d) pedagogical and methodological conceptions also underlying the issues. The theories that form the basis of the issues are not explicit, even though some conceptual and pragmatic aspects/elements linked to those issues are pointed out, mostly in a positive way. Related to this, in relation to the repercussions on the evaluation and qualification of the courses, the results still indicate that the analyses conducted, and the measures taken, do not reflect the perception of the potential of the Enade as a complementary instrument of assessment for the identification, understanding, and development of cognitive and metacognitive operations that are relevant to the development of the appropriate skills for the process of training tourism professionals.
ACCESSION #
137143508

 

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