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dc.creatorAlves, Ricardo Henrique Fonseca-
dc.creatorDeus Júnior, Getúlio Antero de-
dc.creatorKunzler, Jonas Augusto-
dc.creatorSilva Filho, Antônio Marcelino da-
dc.identifier.citationALVES, Ricardo Henrique Fonseca; DEUS JÚNIOR, Getúlio Antero de; KUNZLER, Jonas Augusto; SILVA FILHO, Antônio Marcelino da. Clown group - engineers without borders (knowledge connections): building a humanistic training in engineering courses. International Journal on Alive Engineering Education, Goiânia, v. 5, n. 2, p. 61-80, july./dec. 2018. Disponível em: <>.pt_BR
dc.identifier.issne- 2358- 1271-
dc.description.abstractThe Clown Group Engineers without Borders (Knowledge Connections) is a group of clowns formed by Engineers and Engineering students. The theoretical basis of the Clown Group goes back to the origins of Jerzy Grotowski's poor theater (1933 1999). Concerning the use of music, theater and dance to present and promote the pleasure of art, the Group values the interaction with the public and does not worry about the structural elements commonly characterized by the theater as stage and lighting. In this way, the Clown Group promotes a Humanistic Formation of its members by providing a development in the capacity of communication, contact with the external community and also the satisfaction, by allowing the art to be spread in a simple and e ective way. The objective of this work is to analyze the importance of Humanistic Training in the professional and personal development of Engineers and Engineering students, treating as a special case the Humanistic Training linked to the actions of the Clown Group Engineers without Bor- ders (Knowledge Connections). As a hypothesis, it is expected that the experience of members and ex members of the Clown Group can be proven through their training and presentations over the years. In order to evaluate the personal and professional development of members and ex members of the Clown Group during the training process, a qualitative research was carried out, via an applied questionnaire, in addition to a documentary research by observation, in which data were collected through analysis and observation of photos and documents of the Clown Group. In ad- dition, Arti cial Neural Networks were used to correlate the members and ex members based on the two applied researches. The members and ex members of the Clown Group have experienced a major break in introspection, signi cantly improving their way of communicating with society. The members and ex members presented an improvement in the way they relate to each other in a team, a fundamental aspect of an Engineer's professional life. The Clown Group presents itself as a very important action for Humanistic Training and the professional and personal development of Engineers and Engineering students. The di usion of art in the academic and external community promoted by the Clown Group also allows the deconstruction of the stereotype that the areas of Engineering and the Arts cannot coexist.pt_BR
dc.publisherGetúlio Antero de Deus Júniorpt_BR
dc.rightsAcesso Abertopt_BR
dc.subjectHumanistic trainingpt_BR
dc.subjectTutorial education programpt_BR
dc.titleClown group - engineers without borders (knowledge connections): building a humanistic training in engineering coursespt_BR
dc.publisher.departmentEscola de engenharia Elétrica, Mecânica e de Computação - EMC (RG)pt_BR
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