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Organizations. The concept has been adopted most readily by people in business because of the recognition that knowledge is a critical asset that needs to be managed strategically. Initial efforts at managing knowledge had focused on information systems with disappointing results. Communities of practice provided a new approach, which focused on people and on the social structures that enable them to learn with and from each other. Today, there is hardly any organization of a reasonable size that does not have some form communities-of-practice initiative. A number of characteristics explain this rush of interest in communities of practice as a vehicle for developing strategic capabilities in organizations: Government.
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A terceira versão da BNCC (Base Nacional Comum Curricular), apresentada pelo Ministério da Educação no dia 6 de abril, define um conjunto de 10 competências gerais que devem ser desenvolvidas de forma integrada aos componentes curriculares, ao longo de toda a educação básica. As competências foram definidas a partir dos direitos éticos, estéticos e políticos assegurados pelas Diretrizes Curriculares Nacionais e de conhecimentos, habilidades, atitudes e valores essenciais para a vida no século 21. Segundo a BNCC, as competências gerais “explicitam o compromisso da educação brasileira com a formação humana integral e com a construção de uma sociedade justa, democrática e inclusiva”. Elas foram incluídas no capítulo introdutório da Base, que também apresenta os fundamentos pedagógicos que orientam todo o documento.
A Base Nacional Comum Curricular define o conjunto de aprendizagens essenciais a que todos os estudantes brasileiros têm direito durante a educação básica. O novo papel da escola - Educação. As escolas devem ter tecnologia suficiente para se conectar com outras instituições de ensino do país e do mundo -o que democratiza o acesso à informação e permite o compartilhamento de materiais de ensino e de boas práticas didáticas. Essa conexão entre escolas é um dos legados que Barack Obama pretende deixar de sua presidência nos Estados Unidos. A proposta da Casa Branca, que começou na segunda gestão Obama, em 2013, é conectar os alunos e os professores de todo o país até 2018 por meio de internet e de tecnologia nas escolas. Richard Culatta, especialista à frente do projeto dos EUA, batizado de ConnectED, até 2015, esteve no Brasil recentemente para um evento da Fundação Lemann -ONG que defende a internet de alta velocidade nas escolas públicas brasileiras.
Leia entrevista abaixo. Folha - O que é inovação? Richard Culatta - Acredito que a inovação é encontrar soluções novas, que podem ser disseminadas, aos problemas que ainda existem. E como medir a eficiência da inovação nas escolas? Life Feast. Connectme.