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1 “Communication, challenges and strategies of distance education”   , PALÁCIO, Marcos de Matos.
Thinking about the integrated communication management in educational institutions that use distance education in virtual environments leads us, initially, to clarify how we conceive it and how it could in theory contribute to these organizations to fulfill their educational purposes and institutional objectives. The meaning of institutional communication, in summary, is that of the organization's positioning before audiences, public opinion and society. Institutional communication is linked exactly with the institution itself, with its personality, with its way of being. However, we cannot treat the target audiences as passive subjects and dazzled by the exploits of new technologies and the power of social media, but as thinking and critical beings, seeing what is behind the scenes of the entire digital industry, in this context transience and uncertainty that characterizes contemporary society.  
2 NEW EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR REMOTE EDUCATION APPLIED IN DISTANCE EDUCATION , Aldedy Pereira Lopes de Araújo
The advances in relation to the dissemination of the use of information and communication technology reveal new expectations for distance education, they are configured in digital learning spaces via the internet as a way of transposing contents and disciplines disseminated through connections that enable human learning. This article seeks to demonstrate how remote access applications can be applied in distance learning environments in view of their great growth in Brazilian society.
3 HOME EDUCATION , Aroldo Lopes Góya
Home schooling or homeschooling is a practice in which parents or guardians take direct responsibility for the formal education of their children at home. Classes can be conducted by them or by private teachers employed with the help of didactic and pedagogical materials. More than 60 countries allow or prohibit home schooling , as is the case in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand, France, Portugal, Belgium, Ireland and Finland. Others prohibit this practice, for example, Germany, Spain, Greece and Sweden. This is an emerging and growing phenomenon, and it is estimated that in the United States alone, more than 2 million Americans receive education at home. The degree of state intervention varies, from required notifications from official educational institutions to regular monitoring of home education and periodic assessments to monitor academic performance. Currently, it is estimated that about 7 thousand families and 15 thousand children and adolescents have family education in our country. For parents who don't have a lot of time at home, they can choose to hire a private tutor in person or by taking online courses. Obviously, in family education , the role of parents has always been crucial. If the family chooses to hire a tutor, the parents will oversee the child's commitment and whether he is really learning. If more than one child is following the same course, the parents' attention may be slightly different. However, this is better than the little attention that a child can receive in certain situations at school. In individual teaching, the teacher always has ideas about the topics that the student understands and what he does not know. In addition, if the child needs time to understand, at home, the parents are free to insist on a specific topic for a longer time, freely for a long period.
4 READING IN THE CLASSROOM: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE , EDINI MARIA DA SILVA PIRES
Reflection on teaching reading at school is very important today. In this reflection, it is essential to analyze the factors that prevent the formation of reading subjects so that they can present paths of renewal and qualification in the pedagogical practice related to reading. Reading has always had a social role of great interference in society, but as long as there are educators with a dominant character, the educational process will always be exclusive. Reading work at school aims to bring the student and the understanding of the authors' ideas and search the text for basic elements and effects of meaning. It is very important that the reader gets involved, gets emotional and acquires a view of various materials that carry messages present in the community in which he lives, always seeking democracy. A work of reading and training readers to address diverse types of texts, as the world is constantly changing and it is necessary to advance according to technology. In the school context, we realize that students are increasingly distant and disinterested in reading and that is where the pedagogical practice, teaching and the encouragement of reading by students and the community are questioned can lead everyone to become 'competent readers ” . Investing in training readers is an urgent task. You have to bet it's possible to go beyond literacy and subject readers are able to look reflexively reality you around, and able to make the choice to change it in some way.
5 MARKETING IN THE LOGISTICS SYSTEM , Expedito Sousa Barbosa
Marketing has been an essential indispensable tool for companies looking for a way to attract new customers to consume their products. Thus, the logistics system has been looking for methods to achieve its growth goals. In this regard, the present article aims to explain about marketing in the logistics system addressing its importance. The specific objectives were to: explain the emergence of logistics; describe the logistics companies linked to technological parameters; addressing the marketing present in logistics. The method used corresponded to the bibliographic research which was essential for the construction and conclusion of the present work, which concluded that, the marketing present in the logistics system, has an essential pragmatics for its growth in the market, where the greater its dissemination, more return will bring the logistics company.
6 TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT WITH THE INTUIT OF IMPACTING MARKETING FOR COMPANIES , Expedito Sousa Barbosa
Marketing aims at a close relationship with social dynamics, because, through its concepts, society in general chooses to live, consume and think about the autonomies proposed by the power of marketing. In this regard, technological advancement has led companies to choose to implement marketing as a way of promoting and obtaining returns for their organization, and this, in addition to being considered extremely important, becomes essential because of the competitiveness existing on the market. Thus, this article aims to explain about technological advances in order to impact the marketing of companies. The specific objectives were to: explain about technology and marketing; describe marketing motivation for companies. The method used was bibliographic research, which becomes extremely important for the construction and conclusion of this research. The article concluded that, technological advancement and the impact caused on people's lives, according to the hypothesis, it is noted that the behavior of individuals, changes according to the environment they live in, and this promotes a greater impact, related to companies to opt for marketing in technological advancement.
7 STRATEGIC PLANNING , Gleiva Oliveira Costa
The world market is undergoing several changes that cause changes, mainly in the management processes of organizations and that require greater flexibility and adaptation. Given this scenario, this article aims to analyze the importance of strategic organizational planning as the main tool for the management of companies in a market that is increasingly competitive. As well as their conceptual aspects, they were considered relevant to the elaboration of the work. Research was carried out based on the literature of several authors in the field to understand the structuring, development and implementation of strategic planning. In first world countries, it is customary to plan strategically, since the birth of a company. On the other hand, Brazil, until recently, was unaware of this new administrative management tool, which plans and decides about the future of business actions and activities. Today this importance is widely discussed in academic banks, which is reflected in company administrations.
8 BALANCED SCORECARD TOOL , Gleiva Oliveira Costa
It stands for BSC which, translated, means “Balanced Performance Indicators”. This is the name of a concept aimed at business administration. This concept assumes that the choice of indicators for the management of a company should not be restricted to economic or financial information, because they reflect the past much more than the future. If the company made a profit last year, that doesn't guarantee that the next year will be just as good. Thus, as it is not possible to make a safe trip based solely on the car's rear view mirror, financial indicators are not sufficient to ensure that the company is moving in the right direction. In a global environment to be competitive, companies must carry out the stages of their production process with excellence, which leads to the need for efficient strategic management tools. It is in this context that the Balanced Scorecard is presented .
9 PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE AND READING IN HIGHER EDUCATION , SANTANA, Jessica de Jesus
Currently, we still have to admit that there are debates among teachers about education regarding educational practices even in Higher Education. Reading is essential for any internship and its development follows the school life of every student. In higher education, the ability to read, interpret, apprehend meanings and discourse with the text has implications for academic training and the professional performance of the graduate. For this reason, this work highlights the importance of the university teacher knowing the theoretical basis on the teaching of reading to support his pedagogical action, which goes beyond having the specific knowledge of a given discipline. The objective of this study is to discuss a brief reflection on the results of the deficiency in the teaching of reading by universities and the absence of the discipline “Portuguese language” in the curricular matrices of undergraduate courses, especially those who form professionals who work directly with reading, writing and interpreting.
10 ANTAGONISM AMONG BRAZILIAN CITIZENS RESULTING FROM DISCOURSES PRODUCED IN THE SPHERE OF POLITICAL POWER , Lucia Helena Gomes Carneiro
In the context of contemporary political debate, the position taken by individuals is due to an affective welcome to one of the ideological poles. The aim of this paper is to discuss the way in which the discursive practices undertaken by members of different Brazilian political groups have subjectified citizens in general, causing them to be placed in opposite ideological poles. The choice of the side of the dispute, however, is not always made consciously and rationally. Adherence is often due to mere sympathy for parliamentarians, whose speech fills a gap in the popular generated due to indignation in the face of scandals that damage the economy. In the discussion, clippings from electronic sites are mobilized, including those with a journalistic content. On such sites, readers have their own space to comment on the stories. The terms used reveal no more than a speech impregnated with rancor and revolt, without, however, excelling in the argument with the use of data that support a reflected option as to the side on which they positioned themselves. The interpretation is carried out in the light of references from sociological sources, which show that what is referred to as a social problem is often only a concern of certain groups with the risks of decreasing prestige, perks or opportunities that a fact can provoke them.
11 THE LITERACY AND LETTERING PROCESS , Maria Aparecida de Carvalho; Taiana Veríssimo de Oliveira Lima; Jaqueline Tamires Pereira
Literacy and literacy are two distinct teaching processes, but inseparablestable. The ideal is the professionTheend of education seek literacy by writing. Therefore, TheTHEThis work will present a text that addresses the process of literacy and literacy. They are teaching methods that promote teaching and learning in a way that puts students in contact with the social context and the acquisition of cognition that are important factors for the school and intellectual training of the child. Within this process, reading and writing practices are integrated, becoming relevant actions for effective and meaningful learning during the study phase in the initial series.
12 THE WORK OF THE SOCIAL ASSISTANT: REPORT OF THE DIFFICULTIES AND FACILITIES OF SOCIAL SECURITY AND THE PUBLIC MANAGEMENT IN HEALTH , Maria Edina Rodrigues
Social Work is a profession of a sociopolitical, critical and interventional nature, which uses multidisciplinary scientific instruments from the Human and Social Sciences to analyze and intervene in the various refractions of the “social question”. It contributes to the formulation and implementation of public social policies. Being a professional who acts directly in the process of organizing and mobilizing society, committed to the realization of social rights and the full development of citizenship. In this sense, it is necessary to better describe the work of this professional and, therefore, this study aims to report the work of the Social Worker from the difficulties and facilities of social security and public health management. This is an experience report based on the social assistance, health and social security policies that form the tripod of social security, inscribed in Articles 194 and 195 of the 1988 Federal Constitution and how these policies have been implemented. , considering the current Brazilian political situation by the constitutional amendment EC 95/16 that freezes public spending for twenty years. Causing the sharpening of health policy that has deviated from the universalist character and turning to an assistentialist bias. The scenario was in the Central of the single registry for social programs of the Federal government. The professional social worker participated in the research. For data collection, the experiential method and bibliographic review were used. The main results point to the justification for the privatization of health policy. It is concluded that the Brazilian Social Security, faces a disassembly of its guarantee and to justify the absence of the public power in guarantee of meeting the demands of users, complementary laws are created, such as Law 13.714 / 18 and municipal ordinances adapting the assistance of users of some health inputs. And to return to the explicit path in CF / 88 through the exercise of policies, which make up the tripod of social security, it is urgent and necessary to revoke Constitutional Amendment - EC nº 95/16, because without financial resources, it becomes unfeasible any goodwill of the manager.
13 DISCERNMENTS BETWEEN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS , Silvana Aparecida Lima Silva
The intensification of environmental problems has created the need for reflections and actions related to environmental education in educational institutions. Currently, the great challenge for schools is to formulate an interdisciplinary environmental content that acts effectively. Thus, this article aimed to analyze and discuss the efficiency of the articulation between religious education and environmental education, for the formation of students' socio-environmental awareness. For this, a bibliographic research was carried out, seeking to analyze different scientific approaches on the theme. In view of the questions investigated, it was possible to understand that the dialogue between religious education and environmental education represents an efficient proposal, as it induces the assimilation of cultural elements of students with the new knowledge acquired, bringing theory and practice closer together.
14 MUSIC IN CHILDHOOD EDUCATION , Sirlene Gomes da Silva Salvador
The succession of sounds and silence organized over time, a language that allows experiencing, raising awareness of different phenomena and concepts, the art of combining sounds simultaneously and successively, with order, balance and proportion within a time, allowing the expression and communication of feelings and thoughts, that's how music is defined . The child who lives in contact with music, learns to live better with other children and establishes a way of communicating much more harmoniously than the one who is deprived of music, however, when he learns to play an instrument, he also learns to be alone, without feeling lonely or needing attention. This work presents a research about the contribution of music in Early Childhood Education, pointing out its importance for the integral development of the individual in training, identifying it not as a simple complement in the teaching-learning process, but as an integral part of it, also seeking to emphasize how music helps a teacher in the classroom both in the teaching-learning issue and in the school routine itself.
15 TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM , ZENILDA ANGELICA DA SILVA
Through the need to contribute to the most significant education of students, in the use of technologies in classrooms to assist, expand the knowledge acquired, multiplying knowledge and improving learning. It is important in learning to integrate digital technologies of communication and information: audiovisual, playful, textual, musical. The technologies were initially used separately, today the multifunctional integrations mean the teaching-learning process. Television, video, computers, the Internet, change education. The school must provide opportunity and knowledge for students, integrating technologies in learning, since there is no significant learning if there is no organization and seriousness in the implementation of technologies in education. The interviewed teachers report that, in current times, the use of technologies in schools is of paramount importance, as they motivate their students, dynamize the contents, and stimulate autonomy and creativity. It is very important that educators can visualize what are the real trends for the future and are aware to participate in this teaching- learning process , in a globalized and computerized society. Not offering access to new technological resources is to omit the historical, socio-cultural and economic context experienced by education professionals and students.
16 TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM , ZENILDA ANGELICA DA SILVA
Through the need to contribute to the most significant education of students, in the use of technologies in classrooms to assist, expand the knowledge acquired, multiplying knowledge and improving learning. It is important in learning to integrate digital technologies of communication and information: audiovisual, playful, textual, musical. The technologies were initially used separately, today the multifunctional integrations mean the teaching-learning process. Television, video, computers, the Internet, change education. The school must provide opportunity and knowledge for students, integrating technologies in learning, since there is no significant learning if there is no organization and seriousness in the implementation of technologies in education. The interviewed teachers report that, in current times, the use of technologies in schools is of paramount importance, as they motivate their students, dynamize the contents, and stimulate autonomy and creativity. It is very important that educators can visualize what are the real trends for the future and are aware to participate in this teaching- learning process , in a globalized and computerized society. Not offering access to new technological resources is to omit the historical, socio-cultural and economic context experienced by education professionals and students.
17 I NFANTILE EDUCATION AND ART , Rubia Goedert Eger
This article highlights If the importance of art in the construction of knowledge , addressing the following issues : The art in education child; The art and learning; The use of diversified materials. The company current needs of citizens creative , motivating, participative who are always in search of their ideals , they do not have fear to express their singularities. The art is based on values that seek a formation integral , transforming the student in the subject of his own development , critical , creative , able to act and change the world cultural and society in which he lives.
18 THE IMPORTANCE OF LETTERING IN LITERACY , Adriana Garlet Silva
Literacy is a learning process in which the individual develops the competence to read and write, while literacy deals with the social function of that reading and writing. Thus, the article aims to present the concept of literacy and literacy in the teaching-learning process as contributing elements for the development of children's reading and writing. For this purpose, bibliographic research was used, presenting an approach on literacy and literacy as distinct and inseparable actions. It is concluded that literacy is very important, as it encourages active participation in the educational process and contributes to the future formation of the student, in addition to assisting them in literacy and worldview, as well as for their social transformation.
19 STANDARDIZING THE INCLUSION OF LIBRAS IN CHILD EDUCATION FOR LISTENERS , Cilene Motoki Takahashi
When we talk about Inclusion, we soon think of the subject to be included. We think of the insertion of people who have some limitation or forms of expression, whether cultural, linguistic, physical, intellectual, that is, the "different". We know that today, inclusion cannot be just “paper or discourse”, so we must think of “attitudes” and possibilities to be constituted as a whole! This article aims to address issues regarding the Inclusion of Libras in Early Childhood Education for listeners. This research was based on literature, data collection with some experiences in the classroom and relationship with the deaf community, so that they can make an analysis and have knowledge about, which would involve “Normalizing” Libras.
20 The QUALITY ANALYSIS OF WATER IN THE APPS OF THE RIVER BASIN STREAM TABOCA , THREE LAKES - MS. , Andréia da Cruz Rodrigues
The cerrado is the biome that dominates for the most part of the Center-West region and involves important springs, hydrographic basins and hydrographic regions essential for hydrography of the country. Water is an indispensable wealth for the life of human beings, animals and plants. Anyone walking on the banks of a river with anthropic interference can observe the signs of environmental degradation. The Taboca Stream Basin - BHCT is located between the geographic coordinates 20 ° 21'60 "S and 20 ° 30'00" S for latitude and 52 ° 02 '12 "W and 52 ° 14 '60" W the longitude, in this context, the objectiv e is to analyze the water quality in the areas of permanent preservation - APP in the BHCT. Five points were verified according to CONAMA resolution 357/05 and the main parameters of surface water classification, using the multiparameter water quality analy zer, Horiba U 50.
21 School Management in the 21st Century: The Challenges of New Managers , Betane Leonel da Silva Brittes
Certainly the 21st century school has changed a lot. Automatically teachers, coordinators and managers must adapt to these new challenges that the new generation is bringing to school with their smartphones, veneration to youtubers and all the technology and quick thinking brings with it, less for school subjects. The present work deals exactly with the relation of thoughts between the old customs of a strict school of the 19th century, with teachers and coordination of the 20th century, and with students of the 21st century. We are living in a globalized world, where we have to adapt continuously if we are to be differentiated and prepared professionals for the wild market that requires: training, appropriate technique, and especially experience and learning to learn. Access to information, new forms and new issues in the PPPs, the new way of organizing the family and how the coordinator / director should face it, the rise of EJA. The field research was carried out in the State of São Paulo, in the Piracicaba region, and comprised a total of six municipalities, my objective being to ask the coordinators and directors what are the main challenges in being a manager / coordinator in the middle of the “digital ” season , where the grandparents, internet, TV and parents of the same gender are (generally) the ones who raise their children.
22 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AT THE BRAZILIAN PUBLIC SCHOOL: A CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORICAL APPROACH , Carlitos Singolani Garcia Junior
The presence of the subject of religious teaching in the Brazilian public school has been the subject of intense controversy in the Brazilian educational scenario. Therefore, understanding its historical trajectory in the light of the various constitutional letters is necessary in order to elucidate the sociocultural and religious bases that influenced this historical process; thus, subsidizing us with concrete facts for discussion and future decision-making on this important theme. To this end, this article maps the configurations historically established in Brazil between religion, the secular state and the public school in the light of the various le tters of constitution of Brazil . In analyzing the history of religious education in the country, it was found that in some periods of the constitutional history the Catholic Church exerted a strong influence on the standardization of religious education in the public school. The state, through its legal mechanisms, played the role of regulator of the relationship between religion and education. This trajectory was marked by a strong clash between religious and neoliberal conservatives, they sought the secularism of the state, and those, church representatives, did not accept having a monopoly on educational ideology in the country. Currently, the debates about the presence of religious education in the public school have a perpendicular focus on the theme of the removal of all forms of confessionalism and proselytizing, seeking the consonance with the secular state, the current religious plurality and a public school model that ensures and promote the egalitarian teaching of all religious traditions in the country.
23 EXCEL AS A TOOL FOR TEACHING PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS TO 9TH GRADE STUDENTS , Carolina Baldin Caporalin, Jane Sampaio André, Laura Fava Souza Pinto, Taislene Aparecida Tondatti, Willians Chaves de Campos
Statistical methods are widely used in several areas, such as market research, economic planning, financial investments, insurance, ris k assessment, among others. Probabilistic and statistical concepts must be part of the student's daily life since the initial grades of elementary school, in a way that allows him to become familiar with these notions in a natural way, as something that is part of his social reality. A critical statistical education requires the teacher to respect the knowledge that the student brings to school, which were acquired by his life in society, integrating these knowledge into the school contents. Therefore, the objective of this work is to evaluate the development of mathematical thinking through the use of electronic spreadsheets as an allied tool for the teaching-learning of a problem situation involving concepts of probability and statistics for students of th and ninth grade of the public elementary school education.
24 PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION , Cleodinéia de Matos Palácio
In the psychology of school education, there is a clear position in relation to the internal epistemology of educational psychology and its disciplinary coordinates, particularly with regard to its location in psychological and educational disciplines . In other words , a series of academic and professional activities appear related to educational psychology and oriented towards research and conceptual elaboration, the proposal of intervention programs and plans and the intervention itself, reflecting the constitutive dimensions of its disciplinary identity.
25 Distance Education : a teaching opportunity , Maria de Fátima Garcia Ayoub Tagliaferro
In the midst of this busy life and demanding job market, it is very important to provide possibilities and make it easier for the population to obtain professional training. In this scenario, Distance Education has been one of the most sought after options by these people, who are in search for better qualifications. A teaching and learning modality in which teachers and students are not necessarily physically together, but may be connected, interconnected by technologies such as the Internet, draws attention and can bring many benefits to a society that lives each and every day with less time. As a result, the present work AIMS to understand what would be the distan t education, its emergence, the laws que support it and what are its advantages and Disadvantages scenario in view of the experience we today.
26 TEACHING MATHEMATICS AND STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY , Denise Ferreira da Rocha Minhos
The present work investigated the teachers' understanding of teaching mathematics to students with intellectual disabilities . The skills ma issues are important to fit one life stand alone for people in general and not only with intellectual disabilities or other disabilities . Teaching mathematics has been a challenge for several audiences. The collection of data took place by means of the application of a questionnaire to 10 teachers of Math ica working in public schools in the municipality of Itaporã / MS and the analysis thereof was made in a qualitative way. The data obtained point to the need for teachers to have more support to work with this audience through specific training . The conflicts of this lack were mentioned in the fear of including students with intellectual disabilities in regular education, access and preparation of materials for these students for teaching and learning mathematics.
27 QUALITY OF LIFE AT WORK (QWL): A RESEARCH WITH EMPLOYEES FROM AN INSTITUTION MENTAL HEALTH CAPS-AD , Joyce Oliveira Gonzaga e Natalia Cirigussi Ferreira
The high competitiveness that surrounds the world demanded that companies value their human resources. It is within this context that the importance of understanding the evolution of the concept of Quality of Life at Work (QWL) and its relevance for organizations that work with health professionals was perceived. The objective was to identify through the domains of the SF-36 instrument, the quality of life at work among CAPS-AD employees in the city of Fernandópolis-SP. This work uses research-based research as a method, as it gathers pertinent empirical evidence, aiming to collaborate for the effectiveness of intervention programs; also, it has a qualitative and quantitative focus, since it analyzes the existing bibliography and pertinent to the theme treated as it elaborates correction to the questionnaires by separating the criteria by degree of difficulty considering the eight domains studied. The SF-36 inventory of generic measures of quality of life was used, applied by the CAPS-AD Coordinator herself. Results and discussion showed that this research brought samples of the different specialties of the CAPS-AD teams, when compared by region, in addition to identifying in the analyzed domains the losses in the assessment of quality of life at work, except the functional capacity domain. It is concluded that the proposal confirms the hypothesis of negative impact on the quality of life at work, in employees who work in mental health. It is suggested, therefore, the application of more instruments for investigation and training programs that provide a good quality of life to professionals to ensure a satisfactory level of care to patients. users.
28 THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE SUPERVISED INTERNSHIP: THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE FORMATION OF THE PEDAGOGUE , NANCILEIDE FERREIRA RODRIGUES
This text addresses the importance of the mandatory Supervised Internship for academic training. The same is seen as an opportunity in which the theories presented to academics are joined to practice, in which the future professional observes and performs in their field of formation. Thus, the objective is to list some fundamental aspects that occur during the Pedagogy Course and to present questions that surround such training and new confrontations, which the professional will have in his training and performance based on this, the intention of the text will be to promote moments of knowledge that will certainly contribute to a knowledge of the subject. The information constitutes an understanding of events in the school environment through an investigative and interpretive look between theory and practice. In this sense, the internship makes it possible to overcome expectations, allowing academics, in the face of new challenges, to have a reflexive and autonomous training capable of understanding the real scenario and the real role of performance. The factors presented here are considered bases of support based on the pedagogical conceptions necessary for the exercise of teaching.
29 School Management in the 21st Century: The Challenges of New Managers , Betane Leonel da Silva Brittes
It is evident that the school of the 21st century has changed a lot. Automatically teachers, coordinators and managers must adapt to these new challenges that are the new generation. The present work deals exactly with the relation of thoughts between the old customs of a strict school of the 19th century, with teachers and coordination of the 20th century, and with students of the 21st century. We are living in a globalized world, where we have to adapt continuously if we are to be differentiated professionals and prepared for the wild market that requires: training, appropriate technique, and especially experience and learning to learn. Access to information, new forms and new issues in the PPPs , the new way of organizing the family and how the coordinator / director should face it, the rise of EJA. The field research was carried out in the State of São Paulo, in the Piracicaba region, and comprised a total of six municipalities, my objective being to ask the coordinators and directors what are the main challenges in being a manager / coordinator in the middle of the “digital” era ”, Where the grandparents, internet, TV and parents of the same gender are the ones who raise the children.
30 THE CODE OF ETHICS , Cristineide Menezes Almeida
The code of ethics is an instrument that guides the professional interpreter in his performance. Its existence is justified based on the type of relationship that the interpreter establishes with the parties involved in the interaction. In these interactions, the interpreter is responsible for the accuracy and fidelity of the information. Thus, ethics must be in the essence of this professional. Code of ethics presents situations that can be examples of the interpreter's daily routine. Such situations require an ethical positioning by the interpreter. It is suggested that, based on these contexts, each interpreter reflect, talk to other interpreters and make decisions regarding their position based on the ethical principles highlighted in the code of ethics. The professional Code of Ethics. The service they provide to blind deaf people is of vital importance and can be summarized as follows: "Be your eyes and ears so that you can act and integrate social and cultural milieu".
31 The importance of interpersonal relationships in the teaching-learning process , Cleodinéia de Matos Palácio
The interpersonal relationship characterizes as the connection, connection or bond between two or more people within a given context . Based on the assumption that education is a social process , which interferes in the development of relationships between people, the school context becomes of fundamental importance for the formation of this type of relationship. In schools, it is believed that this type of relationship is important in the teaching-learning process, it acts as a facilitator in the individual's cognitive development process, and students also learn the values of society. The educator, in addition to being able to teach, must have the flexibility and be careful in evaluating his students, since each student has a specific need . This article aims to demonstrate the importance of interpersonal relationships in the process ed learning. The union between teacher-student and everyone who constitutes the educational institution can transform education into a more pleasant, efficient process and, in addition, it becomes easier to detect and solve possible problems that may hinder learning.
32 THE HISTORY OF THE DEAF IN THE UNITED STATES , Josefa Alves Dos Santos
The 18th and 19th centuries were a golden age for the education of the deaf. There were many deaf teachers and it was natural to use sign language. Everything changed with the Milan Congress of 1880, which approved the pure oral method. In the 1960s, awareness of the failure of oralism led to the return of gestures to the classroom. However, These were used as a mere instrument, and not as a marker of identity. And deaf culture. This article reflects on the obstacles that have been placed to the implementation of bilingualism in the education of the deaf, questioning the current discourses and their differences. Throughout the ages, the deaf fought great battles for the affirmation of their identity, the deaf community, their language and their culture, until they reached the recognition that they have today, in the modern era.
33 DEMOCRATIC MANAGEMENT AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE LEARNING PROCESS , Marjory de Andrade Alves Rodrigues
This study with the theme Democratic management and its contribution to the learning process aims to present the importance of School Management for the development of the school and the student's teaching and learning process. It is also intended to present the challenges faced by managers to consolidate democratic management in schools, guaranteeing their attributions. Seeking participation and the division of responsibilities between all those involved in the teaching process, democratic management would allow for an improved quality of offer for students and encourage broader participation and collaboration, striving for personal and professional training consistent with the predicted premises and guaranteed in educational legislation. The proposed study is of a bibliographic character and becomes relevant to the educational scenario in view of the need to discuss the aspects of collaboration and participation of all for the development and decision-making in the school, resulting in a quality management that meets the needs institution, students, staff and the community.
34 KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION FOR INCLUSION , Mara Renata Pazianotto Soares
The implemented ideologies do not necessarily occur in practice, once it comes to power, the same criticized corruption is part of everyday life, of the new political “ pseudo ”. Tacit and explicit knowledge are ways and means of inserting the new social technology, without losing the past.
35 REGULAR EDUCATION INCLUSION PROCESS , MARJORY DE ANDRADE ALVES RODRIGUES
In the present study, the importance of inclusive education for the development of the disabled student will be presented, inclusive education and very important to reduce inequality in education and in classrooms, quality education for all has to do with school inclusion, or that is, all students have the same rights to have an education, so everyone learns in a quality school environment, where teachers are trained to teach students with different disabilities, and it is very important that teachers know how to teach in a way that students with special needs, they can learn more easily, and teachers and school professionals must serve as a mirror for students to observe, and want to have a profession or even achieve and complete their goals during their daily student trajectory. The image that there are students unable to learn and acquire knowledge and very common in Brazilian society, let's say that this is a prejudice and a very wrong way of thinking of people, some people think that a disabled student does not have the ability to exercise any profession in the future, and that wrong thinking, it should end, because students who have special needs, are able to exercise some position and work, just willpower and make an effort to study, just like the other students. All students must seek knowledge in a way that can make their dreams come true. For students to develop in a school, it is extremely important that teachers encourage them in the best possible way, seeking to teach students with great patience and tranquility, thus respecting the pace, time, and valuing the potential of each student, the teacher has to understand the difficulty of each student, so it becomes easier for him, promote student activities that help that student learn more easily.
36 BRAILE'S METHODOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE INCLUSION OF VISUAL DISABILITIES IN THE ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT , Valcemir Barbosa Lopes
The rise and the great advance of technological resources brought new methods that implemented and facilitated the educational and communication process, for this reason it has great relevance in the process of inclusion of the visually impaired. The article has the general objective of: Understanding the importance of methodological technologies in the learning of students with visual impairments , showing some specific problems of these students and the need to implement technological resources to assist them in their literacy and literacy process. Based on the current scenario, the problem was highlighted, leading to the following question: Can technologies contribute to the educational process of students with visual impairments? A bibliographic research was carried out through book reviews, articles and dissertations through the qualitative method, based on the didactic-pedagogical resources of inclusive education in relation to Specialized Educational Assistance (AEE) for visually impaired people (DV) to establish understanding strategic knowledge development processes and possible methods of adapting information and communication technology (ICT) to contain school inclusion efficiently. As a result, we verified that every student with visual impairment (DV) has the need for an environment with the availability of technological resources with multifunctionality such as Braille Touch and Dosvox , in order to guarantee access to more innovative and pleasurable classes as for training pedagogical aspects of their teaching and learning, motivating their development process in the knowledge of the proposed contents. With this line of research, it is also investigated that the development of the viability of a mobile application system is necessary, being a model that has functionality as a Braille Typewriter and another as a system method to recognize the Braille method from of a camera resource for Portuguese-BR, since the Braille method is the spelling used for reading and writing by the visually impaired.
37 BRAILE'S METHODOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE INCLUSION OF VISUAL DISABILITIES IN THE ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT , Valcemir Barbosa Lopes
The rise and the great advance of technological resources brought new methods that implemented and facilitated the educational and communication process, for this reason it has great relevance in the process of inclusion of the visually impaired. The article has the general objective of: Understanding the importance of methodological technologies in the learning of students with visual impairments , showing some specific problems of these students and the need to implement technological resources to assist them in their literacy and literacy process. Based on the current scenario, the problem was highlighted, leading to the following question: Can technologies contribute to the educational process of students with visual impairments? A bibliographic research was carried out through book reviews, articles and dissertations through the qualitative method, based on the didactic-pedagogical resources of inclusive education in relation to Specialized Educational Assistance (AEE) for visually impaired people (DV) to establish understanding strategic knowledge development processes and possible methods of adapting information and communication technology (ICT) to contain school inclusion efficiently. As a result, we verified that every student with visual impairment (DV) has the need for an environment with the availability of technological resources with multifunctionality such as Braille Touch and Dosvox , in order to guarantee access to more innovative and pleasurable classes as for training pedagogical aspects of their teaching and learning, motivating their development process in the knowledge of the proposed contents. With this line of research, it is also investigated that the development of the viability of a mobile application system is necessary, being a model that has functionality as a Braille Typewriter and another as a system method to recognize the Braille method from of a camera resource for Portuguese-BR, since the Braille method is the spelling used for reading and writing by the visually impaired.
38 The Inclusive School , Gilda Maria Dos Santos
Considering the importance of Inclusive Education, this research aimed to verify which physical adaptations are necessary for a school and to map the relationships between students with disabilities and the other members of the school team. 460 students participated, 26 of them with disabilities and 31 members of the school team. For data collection, filming and observation forms were used, whose focus was qualitative. Among the results, there is that the school infrastructure is still not adequate, there are spaces and objects that need to be adapted. There is considerable interaction between students, including in environments outside the classroom. The planning of classes and the choice of strategies that allow the participation of all students are essential for the constitution of an inclusive culture, therefore, the role of the teacher is fundamental. It was concluded that conditions for the construction of a culture of respect for differences must be created in this school.
39 THE TCC MAINTENANCE ISSUE IN GRADUATION COURSES: A REVIEW , Marcela Zanella Ribeiro Pontes
One of the most feared acronyms among undergraduate students in different areas is the "TCC" or course completion work. Students and teachers have several reasons to love him or even hate him. But, after all, should the TCC be maintained or excluded from the grade of undergraduate courses in Brazil ?. It is to sharpen this with reliable information and embazamento theory that this paper gives an overview regarding the issue of maintaining or not this activity in undergraduate courses. It was concluded that, despite many positive and negative points, it is up to both parties to evaluate their priorities and decide which side to choose. But, without a doubt, this stage of academic training always leaves memories for the entire life of those who have already overcome it.
40 SOCIAL COMPETENCIES AND SCHOOL INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH SPLASH DISORDER: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW , Carlitos Singolani Garcia Junior
The literature has shown a large gap in studies with the objective of establishing effective methodologies in the development of social competence and in the inclusion of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Therefore, this study aimed to identify the collection of Brazilian research in the last ten years aimed at developing social competence in the school inclusion of children with ASD. We opted for a systematic literature review. The search, of all occurrences, in the period from 2010 to 2020 was carried out in the SciELO and Lilacs databases . Boolean keywords and markers for autism [ and ] inclusion were adopted . As results, 130 articles were found and, with the application of inclusion / exclusion criteria, 19 were selected. The results corroborate the data in the literature that point to a deficit of studies with the objective of establishing individualized programs and methodologies that have as their main target the development of social skills / competence of children with ASD in the school inclusion process. However, although scarce, the articles point to the positive effects of different procedures on the acquisition of skills and the consequent development of social competence in children with ASD in school inclusion.
41 Coronavirus : a better understanding on the subject , Marina Roveri Vieira
The coronavirus is a virus belonging to the order Nidoviralese have genetic material such as RNA. It is the cause of respiratory infections in a variety of animals, including birds and mammals. This disease has been present in humanity for a long time and presents its mildest form when there is no recombination of genetic material between species and its most severe form when coronaviruses of different species recombine or mutate. So far, it does not have an effective treatment, only precautions and preventions. That is why it is extremely important that diseases caused by this virus be treated with serenity and that research is involved to better understand the biology of the virus and the forms of treatment.
42 BRAZILIAN FOOD HERITAGE: THE INFLUENCE OF PORTUGUESE, INDIGENOUS AND AFRICAN DIETS , Cristiane F. L Veiga
The objective of this work is to discuss the importance of food heritage to understand the mechanisms of constitution of the Brazilian people based on the contribution of Portuguese, Indians and enslaved Africans. Based on this idea, we propose that through the national diet we can understand the productive system, the economy and the social relations that pervade a specific population.
43 ACONSELHAMENTO CRISTÃO E POIMÊNICO: CONHECENDO NOVAS TERMINOLOGIAS , Daniela Soares de Azevedo
In theology one of the disciplines to be studied is Christian counseling, as it is such an important subject in the ecclesiastical context. This discipline has its consequences and this article seeks to address among these developments some aspects relevant to the characteristics of a counselor and to reinforce some biblical verses that emphasize the importance of the council. Another topic in this is the approach that comes with referring to the poiménica terminology which is a word of Greek origin, in the case “ poimén ” that means “pastor” and is related to the pastoral activity with a whole, that is, it is correlated to pastoring and this shepherding is linked to counseling.
44 SPECIAL EDUCATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF SCHOOL INCLUSION OF STUDENTS WITH LOW VISION , Andrea Maria de Sousa Silva
This article aims to know and reflect on current issues of social situations related to the national policy of school inclusion in the regular education system of students with low vision also highlights the need for continued training for teachers who teach these children. The inclusion of students with low vision has generated many discourses in schools, so it is necessary to prepare for the reception and permanence of such in order to help them in the teaching and learning process. The same was carried out through a bibliographic research aiming to clarify the theme in question and a field research in a municipal public school in the city of Araguaína-TO, ensuring experiences related to the inclusive process of visually impaired people. The instrument used for data collection resulted in the application of a questionnaire with those involved in the process in question. In view of this, it is possible to verify that the teachers present a strong acceptance for the inclusive process, but point out the unpreparedness for the exercise of such function. This theme was chosen because it is widely discussed in the educational field, in order to favor the contextualization of the role of the school in relation to the perspectives in the education of students with low vision. Thus, it points out the importance that Specialized Educational assistance has in the cognitive and social development of such individuals and in favoring pedagogical actions aimed at teaching and learning in an intense moment of struggle for the human rights of our society.
45 USO DE DADOS CLIMÁTICOS ATRAVÉS DE SENSORES ANALÓGICOS DA ESTAÇÃO METEOROLÓGICA - UMA PRÁTICA ALIADA À EDUCAÇÃO AGRÍCOLA NA ETEC FREI ARNALDO MARIA DE ITAPORANGA - VOTUPORANGA - SP. , Andréia da Cruz Rodrigues Silva
The Automatic Meteorological Station - EMA is a fundamental tool to help researchers, farmers and the community in general to monitor weather conditions in different environments, such as rural properties with crops, pastures, among others. The station is equipped with equipment and / or sensors that collect data on Air Temperature, Relative Air Humidity, Precipitation, Solar radiation, Wind direction and speed, which are essential for the climatological management of crops and the environment of the animals. The use of data generated by the meteorological station for the purpose of complementing the theoretical and practical studies applied in the agricultural education unit is very important and timely, since there are few properties in the national territory that can count on this type of technology for the measurement of climatological data and thus carry out possible sizing and monitoring of crops.
46 EDUCATIONAL DEMOCRATIC MANAGEMENT , Mara Renata Pazianotto Soares
Pedagogical administrative management has long been disguised as democracy, transvested as communism / socialism. Create coordinating roles / positions to influence Teachers / Educators, following the booklets that are cowardly imposed by MEC for all, defending Paulo Freire's ideologies. On the other hand, Teachers / Educators, with the teaching source imposed by the MEC, create “student / induced” amoebae, leaving worse than they entered.
47 The hatreds that seduce us , Marlon Caianelo Dias Campos
The daily violence has driven people to seek a path of violence to SOLUTION their problems with security. Many Christians have thus defended the spread of violence, using the name of Jesus to justify this, and in this way they have departed from the teachings of Christianity. Christ fought for those who were excluded and weak, instead of giving change he offered the other side and the good men of his day made him a defendant and tortured. There is no passage in the Bible that justifies using the method of torture. Christianity advocates the opposite of that, as it seeks to give dignity to people. It is now observed that people who call themselves “good men” are actually people who wish for evil and judge their neighbor, condemning people to death for crimes that would not be condemned in this way before the law. In the gospel it is observed that there is no basis for the defense of the death penalty. And the state must comply with legislation and must not legitimize the desire for revenge and justice with its own hands. Brazilian laws are in line with international law contained in human rights. Christianity is in accordance with the principles protected by human rights, both of which aim to defend the most needy and directly promote the dignity of people. The Christian cannot judge and condemn his neighbor, since his knowledge is not omniscient and can make mistakes in judgment. Christian doctrine teaches that loving and forgiving others is the way to reach God. The only one who could judge and condemn people, ended up loving and forgiving them.