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O "eduquês" em discurso directo: uma crítica da pedagogia…

by Nuno Crato

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The ''Eduquês'', a portuguese neologism coined by the former education minister Marçal Grilo that could be translated as ''eduquese'', is the esoteric and hermetic language used by the professionals of pedagogy. This book, by the current president of the Portuguese Mathematical Society, a University professor and well known portuguese popularizer of science, is a pointed critical essay about the destructiveness that certain half-baked pedagogical ideas have induced in the present day educational system in Portugal and elsewhere. Quoting directly from works of professional education scientists, he clearly shows the abysmal level of some of their proposals and the poor scientific bases (in experimental psycology and pedagogy, for instance) upon which they are constructed. A devastating critique of the extreme construtivist and romantic currents of pedagogical thought that have permeated the formation of teachers in the last few decades and have contributes so much to the present day disasterous state of affairs in the portuguese basic and secondary educational system. ( )
  FPdC | May 25, 2010 |
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