Educere is an event held every two years with the aim of promoting reflection on training, practice and educational research in a globalised context, diversified and with strong social demand.
The XV edition of EDUCERE was once again organized in partnership with the VI International Seminar on Social Representations, Subjectivity and Education – SIRSSE and the VIII International Seminar on Teacher Professionalization (SIPD/CÁTEDRA UNESCO), and this year the Congress was also supported by CONNECT Project.
The theme of the event INSPIRATIONS, SPACES AND TIMES OF EDUCATION was strongly marked by all the changes we have experienced as a result of the pandemic that has so affected our lives.
In these difficult times, it was even more imperative to hold the event with the same quality as always, valuing training and the dissemination of scientific knowledge to as many people as possible. The congresses have always been spaces for debate, criticism, reflection, and a place for boiling ideas, for the management of new projects and partnerships.
They are events aimed at the participation of national and international higher education and basic education teachers, researchers, undergraduate and post-graduate students.
The meetings provided by the events strengthen the sharing and inspirations, re-signify and democratise spaces and expand the time for education, thought, criticism and collective action.
The 2021 Edition was held from 27 to 30 September 2021 in online modality, with the diffusion carried out from the city of Curitiba/Paraná/ Brazil. In this Edition, we had 2256 registered participants, 1345 approved works, 77 round tables and 60 lectures.
Among the papers presented we had a round table entitled Science Education in practice that discussed the approaches and experiences of teaching from the perspective of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), presenting the research projects: Online Learning and FUN (OLAF), Educational Research (PDE) and the experience developed by UNEB in Project CONNECT.
We also had in the 4th Communications Session of the axis: Education Technology and Communication the presentation of the report of the experience developed in the CONNECT Project at the Bilingual School COC Araucária Eireli entitled: RRI in Portuguese language classes: developing students’ multilingualism with the support of digital platforms by Gabriele Polato Sachinski, Patricia Lupion Torres and Raquel Pasternak Glitz Kowalski.
We also had in this event, meetings of several research groups, among which we highlight the 1st Intergroup Research Meeting of the Connect – Brazil Project. Also, we gathered teachers, researchers and students from three research groups: PRAPETEC-PUCPR, GENTTES-UNEB and GEC&TIS-UNEB. This meeting aimed exchange between the groups of experiences developed in the schools included in Project Connect and the presentation of the project’s website by Candela Bravo from Loba Agency and the project’s platform by Georgios Kolions – EXUX.
During the 1st CONNECT Intergroup Research Meeting, the cartoonist Rafael Camargo graphically represented the session by producing a visual facilitation of all the contents presented.