TITLE

O PROJETO POLÍTICO PEDAGÓGICO NAS ESCOLAS: UM COMPUTADOR POR ALUNO

AUTHOR(S)
Vilela Lemos, Silvana Donadio
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Revista Eptic Online;mai-ago2013, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p216
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Initially, the intention is to present some arguments about the importance of "Program One Computer Per Student", as public policy that seeks to democratize access and enable digital inclusion of managers, teachers and students from the public school in Brazil. Then conceptualize "Pedagogical Political Project" and announce the proposal for integration of ICT in the documents that depict the Pedagogical Political Project in three schools, two in the State of São Paulo and one in the State of Tocantins. The methodology employed in this project was an analysis of documents that depict the Pedagogical Political Project of the following schools: State School Antonio Carlos Ferreira Nobre and School Governador André Franco Montoro, in State of São Paulo, State School José Costa Soares, in the State of Tocantins. Based on the analysis of the documents, it appears that schools consider essential register in Pedagogical Political Project the relevance of ICT into the school curriculum, such as cognitive tool at the service of building full citizenship of the students in the XXI Century. However, it highlights the need for information on actions carried out difficulties and solutions presented, as also, the advances made and challenges present.
ACCESSION #
88032445

 

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