2017
DOI: 10.1590/s1678-4634201709162258 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Although schools are inserted within a dynamic social context surrounded by technologies, many secondary education science and chemistry professors still adopt the information transmission/reception model. This study was conducted in order to analyze changes in the discourse and understanding of the professor's role in the classroom based on the professors' experience in a teaching immersion project focused on the planning and teaching of theme-based classes and sharing of the researcher's evaluation of the cl… Show more

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“…This case indicated that the sequence of questions -even if conceived by researchers of the field as low demanding regarding the structure of the answers and their explanatory capacity (Lobato & Quadros, 2018;Paula & Lima;2010;Silva et al, 2018) -can promote reflections that help restructuring thoughts, especially when it displays the contradiction and the complexity of choices.…”
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“…This case indicated that the sequence of questions -even if conceived by researchers of the field as low demanding regarding the structure of the answers and their explanatory capacity (Lobato & Quadros, 2018;Paula & Lima;2010;Silva et al, 2018) -can promote reflections that help restructuring thoughts, especially when it displays the contradiction and the complexity of choices.…”
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