International Seminar on Comparative Education and New Approaches in Teacher Training
The seminar aims to discuss the main achievements and challenges of teacher training, through the analysis of international experiences in education as well as discuss the Comparative Education in the context of the needs for improvement of basic education teachers.
The event will be attended by major national and international experts who will discuss topics such as teacher training in the United States and the European Union, the importance and limits of comparative education in teacher training. It will work with dynamic roundtables, coordinated in order to dialogue, understanding and socializing experiences and reflections on the conceptual advances of the comparative education and the difficulties and challenges of "borrowing ideas".
The Seminar converges to a crucial moment in the history of education in Brazil in terms of investment in the initial and continuing education of millions of basic education teachers, who can be benefited with international studies compared, in order to subsidize the renewal process which is already widely institutionalized by Capes in post graduate programs in the country and abroad.
The effort to gather expertise, and call to the relevance in this matter culminates with the launching of the book "International handbook of Comparative Education" organized by Prof. Robert Cowen from the University of London and Prof. Andreas Kazamias from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a work that critically analyzes the challenges of this field of study and its prospects for the future.
|Type of Event||Category 6-Expert Committee|
|Start||19.03.2013 08:30 local time|
|End||19.03.2013 18:00 local time|
|Date to be fixed||0|
|Focal point||Otero Gomes, Maria Rebeca|
|Organizer||Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES)|
|Contact||Denise de Menezes Neddermeyer|
|Venue||Auditório da CAPES|
|Street||Setor Bancário Norte, Quadra 2, Bloco L, Lote 06|
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|Language of Event||English, Portuguese|
|Estimated number of participants||300|
|Link 1||UNESCO Office in Brasilia|