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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Curriculum Recontextualization In Nursing Teaching [recontextualização Curricular No Ensino De Enfermagem]|
|Abstract:||This research is a study on processes of recontextualization of the curricular plan in Nursing Higher Education in Brazil, in the 90s and 2000s. The general aim of this paper is to analyze the process of discussion on a nursing graduation course at a public university in the state of São Paulo. One of the sources used for the discussion is the official text-curriculum, expressed in the National Curricular Standards for Nursing Teaching in 2001. Another source is the curriculum that is gradually produced in pedagogical terms, and was obtained through semi-structured interviews with coordinators and teachers of the nursing course. Other documents produced along the process were also used. The research methodology used relates social-cultural elements of the curricular field, as well as elements of productions on higher education and nursing education, and it seeks to build the analyses, considering the micro- and macro- contexts in which these fields are inserted. During this process, it was possible to notice that the official curriculum - consolidated in the 2000s by the National Curricular Standards for Nursing Graduation Teaching - provides guidance on subjects which, in practice, may be subject to changes and reappropriations, bringing some tension into the official and pedagogical fields. Even considering the power of discourse-texts in educational policies, it is possible to innovate, create, and find new meanings traced by women and professionals involved in this process.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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