Do big bang ao cerrado atual: interdisciplinaridade no ensino de ciências integrando espaços não formais

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


Non-formal spaces are an important educational tool for the of the educational improvement process. Through the beginning technology information in all social scopes, the school has formally established a huge abyss pair which transposes to the relation for information reaching students every day over digital media and contact with the world through informal education. Making the most online content with the student's reality has become a requirement of modern educational trends, even advocated by PCN’s. Using the non-formal spaces endows the teaching and learning process of contextualization and interdisciplinary, reducing the reigning academicism the mere data recording, facts and formulas that the school requires content, which guarantees an education which the student will take a long time and certainly use to improve the social environment around them. The discussed spaces are UFG Planetarium and the PUC “Memorial do Cerrado”, important learning environments available to educators around the state of Goiás. The pedagogical proposal for visitation realizes the conflict among the remote past and the use of the Cerrado, important Brazilian heritage. With the theme “From the Big Bang to the present Cerrado: Interdisciplinarity in science teaching integrating non-formal spaces" content such as Astronomy, Evolution and Environment can be exploited for the teachers’ satisfaction and students in order to produce a scientific education which enables the student to give their opinions in community decisions concerning about the collective experience into the environment and making them in fact citizen.



ROSA, R. G. Do big bang ao cerrado atual: interdisciplinaridade no ensino de ciências integrando espaços não formais. 2015. 79 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação em Ciências e Matemática) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2015.