Dalmo Dantas Gouveia


Biographical note

Dalmo Dantas Gouveia holds a degree in History (1999) through UNEB – Bahia State University, Graduate in Pedagogy (2013) by D. Pedro II Faculty, Higher Education Specialist – Estácio de Sá University, Specialist in Institutional Psychopedagogy – Castelo University Branco, Specialist in Afro-Brazilian History – Brazilian Baptist Faculty, Specialist in Educational Policies – Faculty of Sciences of Bahia, Master in Educational Sciences (2011) – Lusófona University of Humanities and Technologies, Doctorate in Education – Lusófona University of Humanities and Technologies .

She has experience in education, with emphasis on Teaching-Learning, developing pedagogical activities with high school students in the educational network of the State of Bahia / Brazil. Invited professor of the Faculdade Batista Brasileira – FBB in postgraduate courses, for here he teaches the disciplines: Public Policies in Literacy and Literature; Dynamics of Family Relations and Learning; Ethics in Psychopedagogy; Scientific and Research Methodology, including orientation of final course work. Invited professor of the Faculty of Sciences of Bahia – FACIBA, teaching classes in postgraduate education and in the Teacher Training course.

Areas of academic and scientific interest

  • Public policies;
  • Political dialogue;
  • Social inequalities in school;
  • Quality of teaching and learning;
  • Educational innovation and institutional re-construction;
  • Role of the school in the fight against poverty
  • Initial and continuing teacher training;
  • Evaluation of policies;
  • Higher education and the world of work;

Individual doctoral project

The Expansion of Higher Education in Brazil through EAD: a Study of Graduates and their Expectations in the Municipality of Aporá – BA.
Title
Professor Ana Benavente
Advisor

Abstract

The number of educational establishments has been insufficient to meet the demand of people seeking a type of systematic training, this is also not available everywhere, many are located in distant places, making it difficult to access. However, EAD Distance Education entered the scenario to shorten the distance and allow everyone to acquire the knowledge sought, even though, money is not available and most of the time, it is not possible to abandon activities that generate burdens to take courses face-to-face.

The proposed research aims to analyze the expansion of higher education in Brazil, through the EaD, which aims to include the individual in the educational system to acquire the knowledge necessary to successfully integrate into the social environment, during which time the standard of equality of the teaching in the standard of social justice, in order to identify if the perspectives of the graduates in those courses are being reached.

For that, the qualitative methodology was chosen, since it is intended to carry out a field research with ex-students of the courses offered in Peal FTC – Faculty of Technologies and Sciences in the municipality of Aporá / Ba, with which interviews will be conducted, with the intention to maintain direct contact with those who have lived and experienced the consequences of the problem under study. The final will be marked by the discourse of the theories studied and the data collected in the inquiries submitted to the interviewees.

Key-words: Higher Education, Distance Education, Inclusion and Globalization