Hey V Pro-Ensino: Annual exhibition of teaching activities at UEL This Friday (10) program State Week of Science, Technology and Higher Education – Paraná Vaz Ciencia 2023. Pro-Ensino is an initiative of the Dean of University Studies (Prograd) and aims to present activities related to the university agency to the internal and external community, with an emphasis on educational research projects, supplementary training programs (PFC), and pedagogical residencies. The Enterprise Teaching Start-up Scholarship Scheme (Pibid), PETs, Small Business and UEL Accessibility Centre. This year, activities linked to other institutions in Paraná are also included.
“In this edition we broke all records. There were 414 works presented in different ways and in all fields of knowledge, with more than 580 works registered,” celebrates the Dean of University Studies (Prograd), Anna Marcia Tucci de Carvalho.
According to the Dean, the result is a reflection of the inclusion of academic events within the Paraná Faz Ciência Week. Another reason is that this year EAIC, Por Extenso and Pró-Ensino were held separately, enabling students to present their work at more than one type of academic event.
The works were presented in person, in the morning and afternoon, in classrooms at the Center for Applied Social Studies (SESA). One study, “Experiment Report on the Pedagogical Residency Program (PRP) in Physical Education,” was authored by Regnal Lewis and supervised by Professor Carla Christian da Silva.
An Ava-Guarani indigenous student, from the Guaíra indigenous community, who is in the fourth year of a physical education course at UEL. The research focused on reporting the experiences of one physical education resident, faced with the challenges of initial teacher training. The field school was Professor José Aloysio Aragão’s state college, UEL Applied College, for the first nine months of stay.
“As an Indigenous person, I can report my strong Indigenous content experience with the classes. It was a great experience explaining my origins and my childhood games. The students were very curious and engaged, an experience that gave me more confidence in the process of conducting classes.” “, concludes Rignall.
The work, entitled “The Importance of Practical Classes in the Teaching of Secondary School Botany: Report of an Experiment on Biped,” was developed by students Carlos Eduardo Rodríguez Ambrosio, Helena María da Costa dos Santos, Julia Cabral da Silva and Julia França Ferreira, in third grade. Year of the Biological Sciences course at UEL. Under the guidance of teachers Carla Aparecida de Barros, Álvaro Lorencini Jr., and Patricia de Oliveira Rosa Silva, the students developed a practical class for high school students at the Londrina State Institute of Education (IEEL), in which they addressed the plant kingdom.
“We decided on this topic because we see many difficulties in science lessons and the instability of teaching in practical classes, so one way to facilitate students’ understanding is practical classes,” explains Julia França Ferreira. The class covered plant morphology and anatomy, how photosynthesis works, and plant respiration, among other aspects.
“We provide a theoretical context for the topic, and then show the students how to use a microscope. So, we presented the plants we brought, prepared the slides, and they were able to observe the structures under the microscope, which made the learning more dynamic as the content became less abstract,” comments Carlos Eduardo Rodriguez. Ambrosio.
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