History, Principles and Methodology of the “Re-discovering the Religious Universe” Collection
Friar Claudino Gilz - AFESBJ – Doctor in Education (USF-SP)
The objective of this workshop is to identify the legislative and curricular elements, report the historical data and discuss the methodological principles of the four editions of the “Re-discovering the Religious Universe” Collection.
Academic Projects: The Investigative Approach Option
Isabel Cristina Marconcin - AFESBJ – M.A. in Education (UFPR)
This workshop aims to improve the perception of the student as an active learner, to reflect upon and discuss projects that enable the combination of the problem statements, formalization of hypotheses, research, fun activities, symbolic games and discovery-oriented learning.
The New Solid Waste Law and Sustainability
Geraldo Cardoso Sobrinho – AFESBJ – M.S. in Environmental Sciences
The objectives of this workshop are: sensibilize the participants to their potential in their struggle to preserve human life on Earth; raise awareness about the current forms of consumption and production and their incompatibility, regarding the renewable and non-renewable resources in the planet; discuss the planet’s capacity to meet the raw material demands of current and future generations, necessary for their survival and quality of life.
Social Networks: Challenges and Opportunities for the Franciscan Educator
Leandro Milú - Colégio de Nossa Senhora dos Anjos – Filmmaker and Professor of Audiovisual Communication (AIC/SP)
This workshop invites participants to: identify the challenges and opportunities offered in the classrooms for the Franciscan educator; reflect upon the best ways to use social networks and share information; discuss the dangers of cyberbullying among students; acknowledge the role of social networks as educational tools in the learning-teaching process of everyday class environment; strengthen the relationship between schools and families and enhance the schools’ organizational image.
The Quest for Excellence in the Science Class at AFESBJ: Development of Teachers and Methodologies Through an Investigative Approach.
Lisiane Taiatella Sari - AFESBJ – Doctor in Science
This workshop aims to sensibilize the educators about the importance of teacher development and about the relevance and adequacy of classroom content and the use of pedagogical tools for the educational proposal. It will also address the importance to prepare classes in which the teacher plays the role of a mediator, and not of a holder of knowledge, hence promoting the development of the investigative methodology.
Inductive Grammar: A New Way to View and Teach Grammar in Modern Foreign Language Classes
Maria Eugênia Gómez Holtz Galvão – AFESBJ – Specialist in the History of Art (PUC-PR); Academic Coordinator of the Spanish Class.
Raquel Chirmicci Erdmann – AFESBJ – Specialist in English Language, Teaching Methodology and Translation (PUC-PR); Academic Coordinator of the Bilingual Education Program.
The workshop objectives include the presentation of the main differences between the inductive and deductive approaches to grammar teaching, their advantages and disadvantages, as well as a discussion about the teacher’s role and stance both in the planning and the teaching of his or her class.
Virtues and Attitudes Project: A Response to the Current Educational Challenges
Solange Inês Dorocinski – AFESBJ – M.A. in Education (UFSC)
This workshop aims to present the methodological guidelines and to acknowledge the importance of the Virtues Project and of the teacher’s role in this process.
Franciscan Management: The Challenges to Reconcile the Requirements of the Post-modern Education with the Principles of the Christian Faith.
Veanney Monod Emidio – Franciscan Educational Network (GO) – Specialist in Management and M.A. in Applied Linguistic Studies – Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (MG)
The objective of this workshop is to understand the reality and the role of the Franciscan Academic Director when faced with the challenge to reconcile the principles and values of the Christian faith with the intellectual formation of the students.
The Reading of Multiple Languages
Cleuza Cecato - AFESBJ – M.A. in Linguistics (UFPR)
In this workshop, the lecturer aims to contextualize, analyze and exemplify the discourse genres connected with the students’ experiences and the contributions the other forms of reading may offer to the learning process.
Content Flow: An Interdisciplinary Option for the Fragmentation of Learning in High School Programs
Adalberto Scortegagna - AFESBJ – Doctor in Teaching and History of the Earth Sciences (Unicamp)
Ana Lucia Zattar Coelho – AFESBJ
This workshop discusses the use of the interdisciplinary methodology, which proposes a connection of disciplines, as an option for the knowledge fragmentation approach; explores with participants how new connections among the disciplines may be created; and proposes that this interrelation of contents approach in the knowledge construction should be viewed as an opportunity for the teachers’ continuing learning process.
* Program subject to change without notice.