Pesquisa e Ensino is a scientific journal of the Federal University of Western Bahia (Universidade Federal do Oeste da Bahia - UFOB), Brazil, edited by the Graduate Program in Teaching (Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ensino - PPGE). It is a non-profitable, international peer-reviewed journal committed to disseminate unpublished works. The journal welcome articles whose contents are of interest to the scholars of various themes related to the processes of teaching, identity and school culture. The journal also publishes translations and interviews. Thus, the research lines of the journal are aligned with those of PPGE: a) teaching, teacher training and pedagogical practice; b) teaching, memory and identity.
In this way, Pesquisa e Ensino is interested in: investigations that focus on theoretical and methodological conceptions about teaching and teacher education in the scope of Basic Education and Higher Education; studies on pedagogical practices, identifying challenges and possibilities for innovations in teaching and learning processes in different areas of knowledge; research studies studying theoretical-methodological approaches to teaching, memory and identity and their interrelations with learning processes in the school context, as well as contemporary discussions about curriculum, culture and society.
The project prioritizes scientific articles on Teaching area that have never been published in Brazil and abroad, and articles that engage a conversation between this area, Education and other correlated areas. We accept articles that present results of empirical or theoretical research and critical, systematic and integrative reviews of scientific and academic papers. Texts can be written in Portuguese, Spanish, English or French.
Moreover, according to our Editorial Council's criteria, the journal publishes dossiers focused on reviewing specific areas and/or analyzing emerging issues about educational research.
Keywords: teaching, teacher training and pedagogical practice, teaching, memory and identity.
Publisher: Federal University of Western Bahia
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