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Cristiane Maria Cornelia Gottschalk

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Educação (FE)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Cristiane M. C. Gottschalk has a Bachelor?s Degree in Applied Mathematics (1978) at the University of São Paulo (USP), a Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics USP (1985), a Ph.D. in Education from the Postgraduate Program in Education? USP (2002), and a Post Doctorate in Philosophy (2016) at the University Nova of Lisboa. She has been a professor at the School of Education of the University of São Paulo, undergraduate and graduate levels, since 2003, and is the coordinator of the "Culture, Philosophy and History of Education" area in the Postgraduate Program of the School of Education of USP. She is a researcher in the groups "Philosophy of Language and Knowledge", "Aesthetics, Subjectivity, Culture, Education" and the coordinator of the group "Philosophy, Education, Language and Pragmatics". She works in the areas of Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Language and Mathematical Education, using the ideas of the second phase of Wittgenstein?s work as her central theoretical reference. She addresses the following main themes: the relations between teaching and learning, the formation of concepts in the school context, and the role of persuasion in teaching. Currently, she investigates pedagogical and conceptual problems arising from the metaphysical use of psychological concepts in the school context. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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