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|A implantação do Programa Nacional de Tecnologia Educacional (ProInfo): revelações de pesquisas realizadas no Brasil entre 2007 e 2011
|Implementation of the National Program of Educational Technology – ProInfo: revelations of researches conducted in Brazil between 2007 and 2011
Políticas públicas em educação
Formação de professores
Educational public policies
|Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pesquisas Educacionais Anísio Teixeira (Inep)
|MARTINS, R. X.; FLORES, V. de F. A implantação do Programa Nacional de Tecnologia Educacional (ProInfo): revelações de pesquisas realizadas no Brasil entre 2007 e 2011. Revista Brasileira de Estudos Pedagógicos, Brasília, v. 96, n. 242, p. 112-128, jan./abr. 2015.
|This paper presents an overview of the results obtained with the implementation of the National Program of Educational Technology (ProInfo) in public schools. It is part of a broader research, conducted over two years in 19 urban and rural municipal schools in a city of Minas Gerais State, in Brazil. This study presents results obtained during the bibliographic review, which focused on theses and dissertations that were produced in the first five years (2007-2011) of the publication of the Decree number 6.300 of 2007 that instituted the ProInfo in its current form. The nine studies analyzed were obtained at the Bank of Theses and Dissertations and at the Brazilian Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations. The consolidation of the results of such studies is relevant because it provides a general overview of how public policies that promote the pedagogical use of technologies have been implemented; besides, it can offer a more accurate description of what actually happens within schools, in contrast to what ProInfo recommends. There was little evidence of effective use of technology in schools, especially in pedagogical applications for teaching and learning, which is a concern, given the amount of public resources that has already been allocated. The results also point to an urgent need of greater investment in the continuing education of teachers, a fact that is dissonant with the current government’s actions, focused on the acquisition of equipment and infrastructure.
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