Angela Valéria de Amorim
PhD student at the Lusófona University of Humanities and Technologies – PT; Master in Educational Sciences from Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias – PT, with a diploma recognized in Brazil by UFRJ – Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Specialist in Public Health – Faculty of Medical Sciences of Campina Grande – FCM; Specialist in School Implementation and Management – FATIN; Specialist in Educational Sciences – FATIN; Specialist in Occupational Nursing – UFPE; Graduation Bachelor of Nursing – UNIVERSO. Lecturer in the courses of Occupational Safety Technician and Nursing Technician in the Municipality of Abreu e Lima – Recife-Pernambuco-Brazil; Coordinator of the Extension Project of the Federal Institute of Paernambuco; She acted as Coordinator of the Proeja Course at the Federal Institute of Pernambuco; Nurse and Professor of the undergraduate nursing course at IMIP at Faculdade Pernambucana de Saúde – Recife-PE; Internship Preceptor of the Higher Nursing Course – Mauricio de Nassau College – Recife – PE; Supporter of the Public Health Service – SES- Pernambuco Health Department; Professor at the Federal Institute of Pernambuco in the Municipality of Ipojuca-PE; Professor at Recriam of the Hemodialysis Course – Piedade – PE; Professor of the Postgraduate Course in Occupational Nursing – FAISA – PE; Nursing Technician at Hospital da Aeronautica – Recife-PE; SAMU Nursing Technician by the City Hall of Recife-PE; Nursing technician at Hospital Agamenom Magalhães – Recife – PE; Nursing technician at Hospital PROCAPE- Recife – PE.
Areas of academic and scientific interest
- Health and Professional Education
- Evasão escolar na educação profissional técnica de nível médio: curso técnico em segurança do trabalho do Instituto Federal de Pernambuco
- Doctorate Professsor Carla Galego
The present study aims to know the motivations of school dropout in Vocational Education of the Technical courses in Occupational Safety of the Federal Institute of Pernambuco, during the period. Historically, in Brazil, school dropout is a subject debated in congresses and pedagogical seminars, and the reasons are still complex. Dropout is defined when the student stops attending the educational institution or leaves school (Riffel & Malacarne, 2010). When researching the topic under discussion, it was observed in the literature review that studies on school dropout in vocational courses are still very scarce. However, studies were found that enabled education and educational policies in technical education, but the greatest coverage was given by studies of school dropout in basic and higher education. The theoretical investigation for the reflections of this research were by authors such as: Berger (2004); Bertao (1998); Bourdieu (1984); Freire (1987); Gadotti (2002); Souza (2011), Masetto; Monteiro (2011), Dore; Lüscher (2011), Riffel and Malacarne (2010) official documents from the IFPE and the Nilo Peçanha Platform, among others, to contextualize the problem of school dropout. The methodological design will be anchored in the quantitative approach. Using the triangulation technique, the collection of quantitative data that will be obtained on the Campus and on the Nilo Peçanha Platform and by means of a questionnaire and semi-structured interviews with the Directorate of Education and the Coordinators and advising teacher of the Occupational Safety Technician courses and the students who dropped out in the five campuses of two distinct regions Metropolitans of Recife and Mesoregions of Agreste – of the State of Pernambuco, Brazil, between 2017 and 2020. At the end of this research it is expected to contribute to society, teaching and learning and that future works with this theme may emerge.