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|A formação e o trabalho docente, as tecnologias móveis e a UNESCO
|Training and teaching work, mobile technologies and UNESCO
La formación y el trabajo docente, tecnologías móviles y la UNESCO
|Formação de professores
Formación de profesores
|Universidade Estadual de Campinas
|MENDES, C. L.; EVANGELISTA, R. M. F. A formação e o trabalho docente, as tecnologias móveis e a UNESCO. ETD - Educação Temática Digital, Campinas, v. 24, n. 1, p. 151-170, 2022. DOI: 10.20396/etd.v24i1.8665923.
|In this article, it investigates how training and teaching work are treated in UNESCO's proposals on mobile technology and learning. Some documents published during the Covid-19 pandemic are discussed, but the focus of the analysis is on documents prepared in 2012 and 2014. The research draws theoretically on Michel Foucault's perspective of governmentality and Stephen Ball's discussions related to this notion in the context of contemporary neoliberalism. Analytically, it describes how UNESCO proposes mobile technology and mobile learning as important tools to transform education, advocating their use in teacher training and work, especially in poor and developing countries. Next, we discuss who finances the documents analyzed, what are the possible interests of the financiers and the market issues to which such financing may be related. It concludes by pointing out the proposals described as part of conduct control mechanisms in favor and being part of contemporary mentalities based on market neoliberalism.
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