Usando o pensamento Whole Brain® para informar a identidade do professor em medicina de família

um documento de posição

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https://doi.org/10.35699/2237-5864.2022.35885

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formação da identidade do professor, aprendizagem profissional autorregulada, pensamento holístico (ou baseado no modelo Whole Brain®), pesquisa-ação holística ou baseada no modelo Whole Brain®, pesquisa-ação participativa

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O presente artigo busca uma conceitualização sobre como os princípios do pensamento holístico (ou baseado no modelo Whole Brain®) podem ser usados para informar a identidade do professor. O objetivo deste artigo de posição é envolver o discurso sobre o desenvolvimento profissional educacional de acadêmicos em início de carreira nas ciências da saúde; trata-se de estabelecer uma base acadêmica para o autoestudo. Como comunidade de prática em medicina familiar, queríamos determinar até que ponto a literatura – quadro teórico – está silenciosa sobre meios inovadores para garantir que os acadêmicos assumam a responsabilidade por seu desenvolvimento, usando a aprendizagem autorregulada e o autoempoderamento. Na nossa busca por literatura sobre teorias de aprendizagem profissional, encontramos a teoria sobre o pensamento Whole Brain®. Todas as iniciativas estão em torno da noção das preferências individuais por diferentes modos de pensamento; os modos de pensar que preferimos informam a nossa prática de ensino e a identidade docente.

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Pieter Hertzog Du Toit, University of Pretoria (UP), Pretoria, South Africa.

Pieter is an associate-professor in the Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria. He specializes in the educational professional development of academic staff. Interests revolve around adult learning theories such as thinking preferences, self-directed learning and constructivism – used to transform practice. The latter is studied through the lens of scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL), which includes auto-ethnography, action/participatory action research.

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12-09-2022

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DU TOIT, P. H. . Usando o pensamento Whole Brain® para informar a identidade do professor em medicina de família: um documento de posição. Revista Docência do Ensino Superior, Belo Horizonte, v. 12, p. 1–15, 2022. DOI: 10.35699/2237-5864.2022.35885. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/rdes/article/view/35885. Acesso em: 9 dez. 2022.

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