Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul (UNICSUL). Pró-Reitoria de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa
(Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Professor (since 2007) and Coordinator (since 2012) of the Science Teaching Program and Professor of the Science and Mathematics Teaching Program at Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul, since 2005. She works as a teacher trainer who teaches Mathematics in the Elements and Mathematics Teaching Methodology. She is the leader of the CCPPM Research Group registered with Cnpq, since 2007 she has been developing longitudinal research and participating in actions and projects to train teachers who teach Mathematics. She has experience in the field of Mathematics Education, both in her professional practice and in research with an emphasis on Teacher Training, Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, Curriculum, Assessment. In recent years, she has worked as an advisor to technical teams of the São Paulo State Department of Education (SEE) and the São Paulo Municipal Department of Education (SME) in the elaboration of Mathematics Curriculum (SME) and curriculum materials (SME, SEE). She is an advisor to the INEP / MEC Mathematics team in the elaboration and review of assessment items for the early years of Elementary School, review of the Mathematics Assessment Matrix and in the pedagogical analysis of SAEB results for early years. She coordinated the reformulation to update the EJA Mathematics Curriculum at SME. She was a critical reader of the High School Mathematics Curriculum of the aforementioned Secretariat in 2020. In 2018, she became a UNESCO consultant in a pilot project of research and teacher training for curriculum implementation in partnership with the SME, developed in 2019, within the scope of the Pro Doc Notice that originated several research reports. She worked in 2018 and 2019 as an advisor at the Ayrton Senna Institute in the elaboration and review and pedagogical analysis of assessment items and in 2018 at the Municipal Secretary of Teresina, Piauí to reformulate the curriculum of that city. As of June 2020, she belongs to the CONSU- Conselho Superior Universitário as a representative of coordinators of the University's Graduate Programs. It was approved in UNESCO Public Notices in 2020 for the preparation of assessment items for the 2nd year of Elementary School for the MEC Literacy Secretariat. Approved in the SBEM Public Notice in 2020 to carry out a training course for early years teachers, members of the Brazilian Society of Mathematics Education. The course was held in 2021. Approved in the SME Notice in 2020 as an advisor to the Youth and Adult Education Board - DIEJA, to carry out teacher training courses and develop activities for this teaching segment. The courses were held in 2021. Member of the National Executive Board - DNE of the Brazilian Society of Mathematics Education from 2022.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)
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