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Um modelo teórico para organizar e compreender as oportunidades de aprendizagem de professores para ensinar matemática
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Palavras-chave

Aprendizagem dos professores
Tarefas de aprendizagem profissional
Modelo teórico
Formação de professores

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RIBEIRO, Alessandro Jacques; PONTE, João Pedro da. Um modelo teórico para organizar e compreender as oportunidades de aprendizagem de professores para ensinar matemática. Zetetike, Campinas, SP, v. 28, p. e020027, 2020. DOI: 10.20396/zet.v28i0.8659072. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/zetetike/article/view/8659072. Acesso em: 13 jun. 2024.

Resumo

Compreender como se constitui a aprendizagem de professores é uma importante área de pesquisa na formação de professores, com muitas questões em aberto a serem ainda investigadas. Assim, neste artigo, apresentamos um modelo teórico cujo principal objetivo é permitir o desenho de programas de formação de professores, bem como orientar a compreensão das oportunidades de aprendizagem profissional para os professores. Com base em nossos resultados de pesquisa em ensino e aprendizagem de álgebra e em uma revisão de literatura, descrevemos como o modelo foi elaborado e trazemos algumas situações ilustrativas para indicar o modelo “em ação” durante todo o processo de formação de professores. A arquitetura do programa permitiu que os professores experimentassem oportunidades de aprendizagem profissional vinculadas a conhecimentos matemáticos e didáticos sobre padrões e regularidades, bem como a oportunidade de aprender uns com os outros, superando o isolamento causado pelo trabalho diário em suas escolas e levando-os a explorar práticas próximas à própria realidade escolar.

https://doi.org/10.20396/zet.v28i0.8659072
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