With the objective of obtaining an approach on the processes ofschool education, construction and implementation of the pedagogical teaching project, carrying out this theoretical process. Considering the fundamentals relevant to school management in its multifaceted formation, we address the following question: what are the dimensions and resources of the organization for understanding collective work in the context of educational processes in school? The exercises are presented based on the educational documents in their curricula. We present an (in) formative reading, and we raise the events in relation to the topics addressed.
The significance of affections in modelling judgement and choice, derived from their role in the development of chronic schema for the interpretation and organizationof (work, life) events (Lerner & Keltner, 2000), and their repercussions in terms of individuals experience of life as meaningful as well as ways in which they deal with commitments must not be overlooked, especially when it comes to career interventions. A critical conscience about the opportunities available in addition to one’s capacity to develop an attitude based on the exploration and planning of choices, prior to transition periods, come out as the two determining aspects of any well succeed career change (Savickas, 1999). It is the presence or absence of such an awareness that allows individuals to seize (or not) the “windows of opportunity” at their disposal (Heckausen & Tomasik, 2002) – i.e., that allows them to render concrete a series of efforts, that facilitate or inhibit commitment to a number of vocational aims, having in mid the exercise of a certain amount of control over environmental results and over themselves. Since affects work as tacit/implicit clues that lead individuals to deal with problems and opportunities in a manner congruent with their idiosyncratic schema, while intervening, it might be important to help them (a) attach meaning to what is happening to them, (b) make concrete control efforts of the situation at hand, and (c) to overestimate their self (Taylor, 1983; Taylor et al., 2000). According to the author the development of such beliefs – or positive illusions – ends up constituting a dynamic force that, more than impede adjustment, favours adaptation throughout change or transition processes. As it happens, these are also the dimensions underlying the future and action orientation components that best predict one’s sense of clarity/achievement.
In current research, the singular comprises school tasks since they are the materialization of teachers´ intention and students´ actions. The tasks are mediated by the particularization of the teaching organization inserted within the school milieu conducted by capitalist society that produces and requires certain practices to comply with social demands. Social organization interferes and reflects the teaching concepts and the teachers´ pedagogical activities. The universal relationship comprises historically elaborated human knowledge. In the case of the school, they are formed by theoretical knowledge (scientific knowledge) expressed by the contents ofschool curricula taught in the classroom, mediated by the particularity of teaching conditions provided to students so that they would appropriate such knowledge. Consequently, singularity (school tasks) is built and developed within the dialectic relationship between the particular (school context, teaching organization) and the universal (theoretical knowledge). In other words, the particular is the mediating factor between students and knowledge (Asbahr, 2011).
Objectives. The main objective of this project is to design learning environments rich potential and society of information and communication and adapted to new intercultural citizenship. The ultimate goal of laboratory E-Midia (Lab Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue) is to provide young people the opportunity to exploit differences to find common roots, without deleting the different elements of sociocultural identities. Methods. This research has been performing as ―action research methodology‖. The materials have been designed jointly by faculty and students of the University, experienced in school and in college. Reworked on the basis of the results obtained. Through this theoretical work will explain that it is the "laboratory E-Midia" Lab Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue. In it the potential of cyberspace for interucltural learning are presented. The lab was created at the University of Salento (Italy). In the Italian tradition, the word "laboratory" is derived form the "labor" in Latin meaning work, and so laboratory is seen as a place where people learn by doing. Results. Through this project allows young people the opportunity to explore differences in order to find the common roots, without deleting the different elements of sociocultural identities.
“This is a discussion that we had a lot at the beginning, that we read the issue of interdisciplinarity, [...] we talk a lot about it as a team, today I’m clear that I’m a psychologist in anything I do, I cannot be a nurse ever, I may even know the medication [...], because we end up having it, but I will not be able to apply it, so this is clear to me, just as I know that the intervention That I do in a support group, someone else can even coordinate the support group, but if I do not have the training of a psychologist she will not notice some things [...] as it is fundamental that the occupational therapist is coordinating a workshop, [...] not to lose it, to have the exchange but to play the clear role.” (T3, 2006)
Study aiming to cross-culturally adapt the instrument Health and Work Performance Questionnaire (HPQ) and evaluate the psychometric properties of the Brazi- lian version for nurses. The adaptation process followed the Process of Transla- ion of World Health Organizaion. Data for the evaluation of the psychometric properties were collected in a teaching public hospital of Ribeirão Preto in 2011. The evaluatedpsychometric properties were: face validity and content (group of experts), reliability by Cronbach’s alpha and test-retest stability. In the evaluation of psychometric properties, the internal consistency of the HPQ adapted version, Cronbach’s alpha was 0.94 for the section A and 0.86 for section B of the instrument. In analyzing the agreement of test-retest stability, the agreements were positive and statistically significant. Thus, the HPQ adapted version proved valid and reliable in the sample studied.
the city of São Paulo (State of São Paulo), during 2014 and 2015. Ever since a group of teachers has given their testimony about their own work, so as to debate about the context specific conflicts, via self-confrontation, themes were roused by the teachers, such as the educational work with a child with multiple learning disabilities. This problem is highli- ghted when the teacher shared her experience with a class having children aged 0 to 3 years old, in which that child took part in. We started our study based on the teacher’s saying based on the images recorded in class. We examined the ways of perception of the teacher regarding teacher-children-child with learning disabilities and about the necessary condi- tions to keep the participation of each one in the dynamics of the interactions and in the activity. We could notice in the conflict analysis how to take care of the multiple deficiency child’s peculiarities and the class needs in some institutional conditions. We kept taking propositions so as to project the educational conditions, which potentize the pedagogical work with learning disabilities.
retrieval - contempla o desenvolvimento e manutenção de tesauros monolíngues e multilíngues, incluindo orientações sobre desenvolvimento, gerenciamento e manutenção de tesauro, requisitos funcionais para o software gerenciar tesauros e formatos e protocolos para intercâmbio de dados. A parte 2 - Interoperability with other vocabularies – trata da interoperabilidade entre diferentes tesauros e outros tipos de vocabulários estruturados, como os esquemas de classificação, taxonomias, listas de cabeçalho de assunto, ontologias, listas de nomes de autoridades e anéis de sinônimos 11 (CLARK; ZENG, 2012, p. 24-25). A elaboração de tesauros também é sustentada pelas normas terminológicas ISO 704 - Terminology work- principles and methods e ISO 1087 - Terminology work – vocabulary. A adoção da norma para elaboração de tesauros traz benefícios para a área de Organização da Informação e Conhecimento na medida em que orienta o relacionamento entre conceitos: a hierarquização (estabelecimento de categorias, níveis de subordinação), a construção de redes de equivalência (identificação dos sinônimos ou quase sinônimos) e de relações associativas (complementam o sentido de um termo).
The survey is set up by 7 questions and is distributed via E-mail and Twitter. Respondents exclusively include stakeholders of the German automotive industry. The sample includes at least 30 respondents, who all work in a position related to the automotive industry. Hence, stakeholders might be managers or employees of OEMs, consulting firms operating in the respective industry, or suppliers. Firstly, the survey collects an overview of how many of the respondents have previously heard of the respective concept. Secondly, a tentative definition of NW is listed, which is followed by the possibility to agree or disagree based on a Likert scale. Additionally, respondents are offered the chance to leave a comment regarding their response. Thirdly, Associated Topics regarding the concept are asked to be listed in open text fields. With a maximum of 6 and a minimum of 3 answers, respondents are free to name their personal, individual associations. Fourthly, respondents are asked to cluster the above-mentioned Associated Topics into Dimensions with a maximum of 4 and a minimum of 1 dimension. Fifthly, it is asked to decide on which of these dimensions constitutes the most important one. Here, it is possible to choose at most 2. In order to better understand the questioned group, the sixth question concerns the respondents’ professional area of expertise and the seventh the age. Moreover, questions 1 to 5 are mandatory, while question 6 and 7 are optional.
Microsurgical techniques have been used in many surgical specialties as well as a broad application in surgical research.. It demands high technical skills and continued training. The microsurgical skills should be first mastered in the lab before to be employed in the clinical practice. The microsurgical lab has a dual role: the training of residents and specialized surgeons and the support for the high qualified scientific research in experimental surgery. Here, it is presented (showed) the organizationof a microsurgical lab, including area and equipments, furthermore there is a proposal that school- hospitals that offer microsurgical procedures, should have a microsurgical laboratory.
The conventional freeze-fracture technique allows for the examination of the inner portion of the plasma membrane. Fig. 6 shows an example of an image ob- tained from an epimastigote form of T. cruzi (Martinez- Palomo et al. 1976). The use of this technique revealed that the plasma membrane is not homogeneous in terms of the density and distribution of intramembranous par- ticles (Fig. 6). Indeed, it is possible to identify at least three macrodomains of the membrane (Martinez-Palo- mo et al. 1976, De Souza et al. 1978, De Souza 2007): the cell body, the flagellum and the flagellar pocket. Each of these macrodomains possess specific microdomains such as (i) the flagellar necklace, localized at the basal portion of the flagellum; (ii) the zone of attachment of the flagellum to the cell body, where a linear array of in- tramembranous particles exist on both fracture faces of the flagellar membrane lining the adhesion region (Fig. 6) and (iii) the cytostome region, observed in epimas- tigote and amastigote forms of T. cruzi. The cytostome is an invagination of the plasma membrane followed by a few specialized microtubules that penetrate so deeply into the cell that they may reach the nuclear region. The opening of the cytostome can reach a diameter of up to 0.3 µm; however, it is significantly smaller in the deeper portion, the cytopharynx, which resembles a funnel. Freeze-fracture studies have shown that the membrane lining the cytostome is delimited by a palisade-like array of closely associated particles, corresponding to trans- membrane proteins that remain unidentified thirty years after the initial description of this structure. The delim-
Recognition in “new” employment conditions is therefore closely connected with subjective attributes of the employees. However, these special characteristics are often not recognised sufficiently by the organisations. As a consequence, gaps of recognition occur because organisations up to now fail to assess and recognise the “unpredictable, obstinate but nevertheless necessary work action of the employees” (Kropf, 2005: 246). This gap has to be closed by recognising the “whole” person in organisations as the “whole” person also participates actively in work processes. This would be possible i.e. through participatory corporate structures. The findings of Kropf (2005) imply that recognition in the field ofwork is fundamental for the formation of identity and the self-conception of the employees. Thus, an extensive recognition of the person is claimed in the sphere ofwork. A consequence of this development is that recognition in other spheres of life like family or citizenship engagement becomes even more unimportant.
Organizational structures in the cultural and creative sectors are being challenged by deep changes in the economic, cultural and governance frameworks in which they operate. These changes force them to assume increasingly differentiated strategies to face the challenges that thus emerge. This phenomenon increases the complexity of the analysis of the art worlds and it also brings new challenges to the conception of public policies for these sectors. This is particularly visible in the field of the performing arts; when we observe the evolution of organizational structures, the professional paths and individual careers, as well as when we witness the indecisions and dilemmas in contemporary public policies in those fields. Drawing from a theoretical discussion based on recent contributions of sociology and economics of the arts and culture, and departing from a typology previously suggested elsewhere by the authors, this paper offers an empirical standpoint towards five dimensions of theater groups’ work in order to extract conclusions that may inform public policy decisions: organizational structure, artistic work, art world commitment, economic structure and geographical scope.
At the meeting held on 26.12.2011, the presidency of the Association decided to organize a symposium with the subject "Inclusive education - current status, future challenges". Aside the Association, among the organizers will be the Macedonian Ministry of Education and Sciences and the Faculty of Philosophy - Institute of Special Education and Rehabilitation. The symposium will be held from 17 th until 19 th of May 2012, in Strumica. The conference has three main goals:
interactions with Klebsiella aerogenes urease by Mass Spectrometry [Text] / M. A. Farrugia1, L. Han, Y. Zhong, J. L. Boer, B. T. Ruotolo, R. P. Hausinger // J. Am. Soc. Mass. Spectrom. – 2013. – Vol. 24, N 9. – P. 1328–1337. 46. Ligabue-Braun, R. Evidence-based docking of the urease activation complex [Text] / R. Ligabue-Braun, R. Real-Guerra, C. R. Carlini, H. Verli // J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn. – 2013. - Vol. 31, N 8. – P. 854–861.
According to Amabile, Barsade, Mueller and Staw (2005) and Fritz and Sonnentag (2009), positive attitudes towards organization and/or work are directly associated with individuals' perceptions and judgments. Positive mental states are related to creativity and proactivity. Positive moods positively increase performance, thereby acting on worker motivation (Erez & Isen, 2002). A study developed by Oerlemans and Bakker (2018) in which 68 workers participated, the authors established a positive, albeit moderate, relationship between the characteristics of perceived motivating work and worker happiness throughout the execution ofwork activities/tasks.
Based on the foregoing arguments, it can conclude that “the direct effect of behavior control on performance suggests that managers may be well advised to focus on processes as a basis for HRM particularly if their chief concern is with internal operations and efficiency” (Liao, 2006:727). However, if you use this type of control in an environment where does not exist full knowledge of causal relationships, can lead the organization to become rigid and unresponsive to change. According to Snell & Youndt (1995:729): “When the transformation process is well understood and executives can program how actions lead to outcomes, behavior control may have the effect of reducing variability and increasing efficiency (Govindarajan & Fisher, 1990; Khandwalla, 1973)”. With regard to Output control does not exist consensus of its effects on the organization and its due to the inconsistency of previous research (Liao, 2006): the use of control (through incentives and objectives), often occurs without total knowledge of causal relationships (Snell, 1992), that is, when managers do not have the knowledge necessary to effectively implement the Behavior control, turn to the implementation of incentives and planning objectives to achieve the desired performance.