O cenário da licenciatura nos Estados Unidos: implicações potenciais para a arte-educação no Brasil

Autores

  • Justin P. Sutters Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - SIUE - Illinois
  • Shari L. Savage Ohio State University - OSU - Columbus/OH

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22456/2357-9854.64159

Resumo

Dois professores dos Estados Unidos que trabalham em programas de arte educação falam de questões atuais decorrentes das recentes políticas que tiveram impacto direto sobre cursos de graduação, trabalho de campo, licenciatura e retenção de professores. O estudo é apresentado a partir da compreensão de um dos autores sobre a arte educação brasileira, através da aprendizagem experiencial e da pesquisa por meio de estudos comparativos. Os autores fornecem um enquadramento contextual do cenário educacional atual nos Estados com a intenção de informar os leitores de tendências que podem ter efeitos negativos semelhantes nas licenciaturas no Brasil. Por fim, os autores compartilham algumas estratégias que implementaram para responder aos desafios pontuados.

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2016-04-30

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SUTTERS, J. P.; SAVAGE, S. L. O cenário da licenciatura nos Estados Unidos: implicações potenciais para a arte-educação no Brasil. Revista GEARTE, [S. l.], v. 3, n. 1, 2016. DOI: 10.22456/2357-9854.64159. Disponível em: https://seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/gearte/article/view/64159. Acesso em: 1 jul. 2022.