Explorando a gestão educacional: desafios e oportunidades na cultura da ignorância

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https://doi.org/10.22481/redupa.v3.14934

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gestão educacional, cultura da ignorância, sociedade, desafios, oportunidades, cultura do conhecimento

Resumo

A gestão educacional é o processo de direção e gestão de instituições de ensino, a fim de melhorar a qualidade do serviço educacional que oferecem à sociedade. A gestão educacional envolve o desenvolvimento de competências gerenciais, como liderança, tomada de decisão e trabalho em equipe, bem como a utilização de metodologias inovadoras e participativas. A gestão educacional também deve levar em conta a diversidade e a inclusão, como princípios pedagógicos e valores sociais, que facilitam uma aprendizagem significativa e relevante para os alunos. A gestão educacional enfrenta diversos desafios no século XXI, como a globalização, a tecnologia, as políticas públicas e sociais e a cultura da ignorância. A cultura da ignorância refere-se ao fenômeno de ignorar ou desvalorizar o conhecimento gerado por terceiros, especialmente por comunidades locais ou indígenas. A cultura da ignorância pode afetar negativamente o processo educacional, limitando as fontes de informação, as perspectivas críticas e as oportunidades de aprendizagem. A gestão educacional deve promover uma cultura do conhecimento que reconheça e valorize a diversidade do conhecimento, que estimule o intercâmbio e a colaboração entre os atores educacionais e que promova a geração de novos conhecimentos relevantes para o desenvolvimento sustentável.

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Biografia do Autor

Gregory Milagros Azzi Bastardo, Instituto de Formación e Investigación Científica Asoc-Ayuda - Venezuela

Doctora en Ciencias de la Educación UPEL. Docente Universitaria UPEL. Coord. de la Línea de Investigación Salud y Bienestar Emocional UPEL. Directora Académica de la Universidad de las Ciencias de la Salud UCS. Investigadora Invitada del Instituto de Formación e Investigación Científica Asoc-Ayuda. IFICA. Investigadora Invitada del núcleo de Investigación para el desarrollo estudiantil y personal NIDEP:  de la Línea de Investigación Niñez, adolescencia, juventud y violencia en espacios educativos UPEL.

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Publicado

2024-06-15

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BASTARDO, G. M. A. Explorando a gestão educacional: desafios e oportunidades na cultura da ignorância. Revista Educação em Páginas, Vitória da Conquista, v. 3, p. e14934, 2024. DOI: 10.22481/redupa.v3.14934. Disponível em: https://periodicos2.uesb.br/index.php/redupa/article/view/14934. Acesso em: 18 jul. 2024.