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    • TEA CHER’S LONGLIFE TRA INING IN VIRTUA L ENVIRONMENTS: COLLA BORA TIVE LEA RNING Maria Cristina Lopes | cristina@ucdb.br | UCDB Adelina Silva | adelinasilva@netcabo.pt | Universidade Aberta
    • LONGLIFE TRAINING Pimenta, S.G. (1999)
    • THE ROLE OF A TEACHER Perrenaud, P. (1999)
    • THE CHALLENGE Sampaio & Leite, (1999)
    • TEACHERS´OPINIONS - LONGLIFE TRAINING Here, we teach and learn. Every theme discussed at the meetings are opportunities to learn new things and we are not “restricted” to our own object of research. The group develops activities and participations providing enriched subjects of study.
    • TEACHERS´OPINIONS - LONGLIFE TRAINING I’m at GETED to reflect about the use of the Technologies in the educational context, to learn, to share experiences and to discover … with others participants. I feel like a researcher (curious), more critical about my professional practice.
    • COLLABORATIVE COMMUNITIES AT A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT Typaldos, C. (2000), RealCommunities.com
    • SHARING EXPERIENCES π π Exchange of Values Exchange ofExchange π Competences ππ of Ideas π π ππ π ππ π π π π ππ π π π ππ πExchange of ExchangeInformation of Goods ππ Pierre Levy, CRC, Université d’Ottawa Exchange of Social Roles
    • A SPACE OF CHANGES AND MOMENTS OF REFLECTION It is about virtual communities. Well, I think you know a lot about this subject, and I found it interesting. Actually, it is interesting the way how the virtual community is shown. It awakes us to think about building one, how to do it and with which objective.
    • INSTIGATING THE LEARNING PROCESS I had the pleasure to watch the film “With Honors”, suggested by the teacher B in our last meeting and I understood that the focus of the film is the meaning of life itself. It is about Einstein and the relativity, about politics, that to write it is necessary a lot of critical reading from the books and from the world. Thanks teacher A for sharing with us the information about the film “With Honors”. Reading your observations I started to think what our intentions are when we give the students some directions during the development of their researches and what they intend to do with their own researches.
    • RESPONSIBILITY OF SEARCHING ANDANALYZING CRITICALLY KNOWLEDGE In the next meeting of GETED we will talk about the thematic WIKI. We will firstly use a forum to read the text and then to debate about it. That’s interesting. Even thought it causes, in the beginning, some queerness, the situation can provide us new learning experiences and increase our familiarity to new contexts. I will read the text in order to participate with some comments.
    • SHARING KNOWLEDGECommunity does not imply necessarily co-presence, a well-defined identifiable group, orsocially visible boundaries. It does implyparticipation in an activity system about whichparticipants share understandings concerningwhat they are doing and what that means intheir lives and for their communities. Lave & Wenger (1991)
    • FINAL CONSIDERATIONS