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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Fieldwork On The Courses Of Introductory Geology: Courses Of Geography In The State Of Paraná [trabalhos De Campo Nas Disciplinas De Geologia Introdutória: Cursos De Geografia No Estado Do Paraná]
Author: Scortegagna A.
Abstract: The research aims at analyzing the activities of field in courses of Introductory Geology in the Geography Schools in the State of the Paraná. The data had been collected by means of interviews with the responsible professors for the course, in the educational institutions that keep the course of Geography in the State. The analysis of the results made possible to characterize the practical one of the professors in the activities of field, since the red tape until the execution, besides evidencing the different visions of education of the different professionals who act in this discipline. The professors interviews were examined from two categories of analysis: the features of the field outputs and the conceptions in courses of Introductory Geology. The analysis demonstrated that there aren't significant differences between the two kinds of professors in respect to the works carried through in field, independently of the formation, titulation and institution where they work. The diverse alternatives of field works are still distant from the practical one of the majority of the professors, who choose activities directed to the recognition in the field of contents developed in classroom. However, two conceptions had different views concerning the role of the subject in the Geography course and the contents that it must contain: the vision of both geology and geography professors. In spite of these differences, the conceptions of both the professionals are not, generally speaking, compatible with the features and contents of the works that promote.
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Date Issue: 2005
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