Graduate

Education (MsC/Ph.D)

Overview


Unisinos Graduate Program in Education qualifies the training of educators, decisively contributing for the scientific field of education as far as regional, national, and international development is concerned, once it develops research in the interface with the challenges faced by this Area. And, for the Program, the challenges are presented through the themes in the three research fields, namely: Education, History, and Policies; Teachers Training, Curriculum, and Pedagogical Practices; and Education, Development, and Technologies. Unisinos Graduate Program in Education aims at expanding and looking for internationalization through Research Groups and the networks that are established, in particular, through scientific meetings. And, with the support of the CAPES (PROEX) Excellence Program, Unisinos Graduate Program in Education follows its vocation of searching for the maintenance of excellence.

Emphasis:

Education

Areas of Study


Education, History, and Policies
It investigates policies and processes connected to education in different historical configurations. Approaches educational processualities regarding the different teaching levels and modalities, as well as those that transcend these school spaces. Investigates issues related to the history of education, management and educational policies, in a dialogue with the international scenario.

Teachers Training, Curriculum, and Pedagogical Practices
It is focused on curricular issues and teachers' training in different educational spaces, levels, and schooling modalities. It investigates the constitution of subjects and difference, by approaching them in the context of policies that engender them, as well as their historical ties.

Education, Development, and Technologies
The area investigates the relations involving Education, Development, and Technology in the scope of formal and non-formal educational processes in different modalities, problematizing issues of political, social-historical, cultural, and technical orders. Researches and produces methodologies in the interface with the shaping of citizenship and development technologies and projects.

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Course Coordinator

Elí Terezinha Henn Fabris
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: Basic Education, Higher Education, Teacher Training, Curriculum, Teaching, Pedagogy, Difference, and University-School Relations.

E-mail: efabris@unisinos.br
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Academic Staff

Berenice Corsetti
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: History of Education and Educational Policies in Brazil, focusing on issues such as: Globalization and the new forms of regulation in the educational field; large scale assessment and education management.
E-mail: bcorsetti@unisinos.br
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Betina Schuler
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: Foucauldian Studies in Education; Curriculum; Teaching, writing and reading Practices, and the modes of subjectivation.
E-mail: beschuler@unisinos.br
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Danilo Romeu Streck
PhD. in Philosophical Foundations of Education.
Areas of Interest: Popular education, participative processes, and education.
E-mail: danilo@unisinos.br
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Eliane Schlemmer
PhD. in Information Technology in Education.
Areas of Interest: Virtual Learning environments, virtual worlds, educational technologies, distance learning.
E-mail: elianes@unisinos.br
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Flávia Obino Corrêa Werle
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: History of educational Institutions, public policies related to the municipal space, educaciona management, large scale assessment, election of principals, collegial bodies of schools.
E-mail: flaviaw@unisinos.br
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Gelsa Knijnik
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: Mathematical and Scientific Education; Curriculum; Mathematical Practices in School and Non-School Environments.
E-mail: gelsak@unisinos.br
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Isabel Aparecida Bilhão
PhD. in History.
Areas of Interest: Education and Labor, History of Labor and History of Education.
E-mail: ibilhao@unisinos.br
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Luciane Sgarbi Santos Grazziotin
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: History of Education. Focus on the following themes: Memory and Oral History, Gender, School Culture, and Material culture of schools.
E-mail: lsgarbi@unisinos.br
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Maria Isabel da Cunha
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: Teacher's training, university pedagogy, evaluation.
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Maria Cláudia Dal'Igna
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: Gender studies and studies on teaching, focused mainly on the following themes: pedagogy; teachers’ training, school inclusion and failure; family-school relation.
E-mail: mcigna@unisinos.br
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Maura Corcini Lopes
PhD. and Master in Education.
Areas of Interest: Inclusion, deaf education, learning & curriculum, difference and diversity at school.
E-mail: maura@unisinos.br
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Rodrigo Manoel Dias da Silva
PhD. and Master in Social Sciences.
Areas of Interest: Educational policies, schooling and citizenship, heritage education, and cultural diversity.
E-mail: rodrigods@unisinos.br
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Roberto Rafael Dias da Silva
PhD. and Master in Education.
Areas of Interest: Curriculum, School knowledge, Curricular policies, Pedagogical practices in Middle School.
E-mail: robertods@unisinos.br
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Rosangela Fritsch
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: Educational Management, Public Policies, Educational Evaluation, and Quality Indicators.
E-mail: rosangelaf@unisinos.br
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Telmo Adams
PhD. in Education.
Areas of Interest: Popular education, youth and adult education, labor, development, social-environmental education, social technologies, and solidarity economy.
E-mail: telmoa@unisinos.br
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Curricular Structure for the Master's Degree Program Back to menu


Master's Degree

The master's degree consists of 24 credits, distributed between required and complementary activities. The four complementary credits may also be fulfilled according to the plan of study submitted and approved by the Program coordination. In this modality, credits taken in other Unisinos graduate programs or accredited national or foreign higher education institutions are accepted and, as well as credits obtained in seminars with visiting professors offered by the Program.


Required Courses (20 credits)

- Introduction to Research in Education (3 credits)
- Research Methodology (3 credits)
- Educational Policies (3 credits)
- Field of Research Seminar: 1, 2 & 3 (3 credits)
- Classical and Contemporary Educational Thought (3 credits)
- Research Practice (2 credits)
- Research Practice (2 credits)
- Scientific Production (1 credit)

Complementary Activities (4 credits)

- Topics of Educational Research (2 credits)
- Research Practice (2 credits)
- Research Practice (1 credit)
- Thematic Seminar 1 (1 credit)
- Thematic Seminar 2 (2 credits)
- Directed Reading 1 (1 credit)
- Directed Reading 2 (2 credits)

Doctoral Degree

The doctoral degree consists of 30 credits, organized in two broad dimensions, theoretical and empirical, distributed between required and complementary activities. The six complementary credits will be fulfilled according to the plan of study submitted and approved by the Program coordination. In this modality, credits taken in other Unisinos graduate programs or accredited national or foreign higher education institutions are accepted, as well as credits obtained in seminars with visiting professors, promoted by the Program.


Required Courses (18 credits)

- Research in Education (3 credits)
- Research Methodologies (3 credits)
- Field of Research Seminar: 1, 2 & 3 (3 credits)
- Advanced Seminar (3 credits)
- Research Practice (2 credits)
- Research Practice (2 credits)
- Scientific Production (2 credits)

Complementary Activities (12 credits)

- Topics of Educational Research (2 credits)
- Research Practice (2 credits)
- Research Practice (1 credit)
- Thematic Seminar 1 (1 credit)
- Thematic Seminar 2 (2 credits)
- Directed Reading 1 (1 credit)
- Directed Reading 2 (2 credits)

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Department of the Graduate Program in Education
Phone: +55 (51) 3591 1122 - Extension 1113 or 1165 or (51) 3590 8117
E-mail: ppgedu@unisinos.br
Hours: Mondays to Fridays, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Place: School of Humanities - Campus Unisinos São Leopoldo Campus

Education (MsC/Ph.D)