Pedagogical Teaching

The importance of pedagogo of companies As inside professional of the education we worry in thinking them the humanizao of educating, of form to lead it to reflect it its action in the world, would be the world of different work of a space of formation human being pautado in the education, not thinking about people dismissed of knowledge, but repleto to know and symbologies on its profession? In this perspective pedagogo faces a different public and peculiar, where more than to teach something it will be learning something different of each profession and its paper is mainly the incentive to the good one relationship of the staff, to learn to coexist the diversities and to think about its its daily activity. When we speak in incentive in we do not relate only the book series to them that dictates forms to motivate workers, but to make to reflect it and to question its performance, not to stimulate to a competitiveness as it has served these stimulatons dictated for books. The course of Pedagogia comes suffering innumerable changes since its implementation in 1939, for the law decree that regulated its functioning and structure, where its character was purely teaching (primary education). To each moment we perceive that the education migra some areas of the society, perceiving pedagogo as a professional of the education, gives credit that this must act in the most diverse spaces that the character has to educate with scienter. The effect of the new ideas if would make to feel with the approval, in 1969, for the Federal Advice of Education, of Parecer 252/69 of authorship of Prof. Valnir Chagas, whom it regulated, thirty years after its first one organization, occured in 1939, the minimum resume for the course of Pedagogia, as well as the qualifications Educational Orientation, Administration, Supervision and Pertaining to school Inspection and Pedagogical Teaching of Disciplinas of 2 Degree.

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