Faculty

Ana Maria Correa Gimenes Calil

PhD in Education (educational psychology) by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo PUC-SP (2014), Master of Education (educational psychology) from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo PUC-SP and graduated in Economics and Pedagogy from the University of Taubaté UNITAU. I am currently professor of Teaching Methodology for Early Childhood Education and Early Years of Elementary Education and coordinator of the Department of Pedagogy at the University of Taubaté UNITAU, professor and coordinator of the Professional Master's in Education at the same university. I participate in the research group Nucleus of Studies and Research on Teacher Professional Development at PUC-SP. I worked as a teacher of Early Childhood Education and the Early Years of Elementary School in a public municipal and state network. I worked with teacher training in public networks. I participated in PIBID as Area and Management Coordinator. I study teacher training, teaching learning, teacher professional development and beginning teachers. More information: Lattes.

Cristovam da Silva Alves

Doctor of Education: Educational psychology by PUC-SP. Graduated in Sciences with Qualification in Biology (Bachelor and Degree) by the University of Mogi das Cruzes / SP (1983) and in Pedagogy (Bachelor's degree) University Camilo Castelo Branco / SP (1986). He is currently a retired school supervisor – Municipal Secretary of Education of the Municipality of São Paulo and Collaborating Professor in the Professional Master in Education – UNITAU. It has experience in Education, with an emphasis on Teacher Education, acting on the following topics: teacher training, professional identities and professionalism. More information: Lattes.

Juliana Marcondes Bussolotti

Graduated in School of Communication and Arts at the University of São Paulo, lato sensu post-graduation in Instructional Designer from the Federal University of Itajubá, master's degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Taubaté and doctorate in Geography from the Universidade Estadual Paulista. She is currently a researcher at Universidade Estadual Paulista (postdoc Postgraduate Program in Territorial Development in Latin America and the Caribbean – TerritoriAL), is part of the board of Associação Cunhambebe da Ilha Anchieta. III Assistant Professor, University of Taubaté, assistant coordinating professor of the Professional Master's in Education at the University of Taubaté, teacher and counselor – CONDEP of the Department of Management and Business – Gen, member of the Evaluation Committee – CPA – UNITAU, advisor to the Research Ethics Committee – POCKET – UNITAU, coordinating professor of the EAD geography course at the University of Taubaté and coordinator of the Pro-Rectory Extension Program – LEARNING TRAIL PROGRAM: Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Has experience in education, geography, tourism and environment, with emphasis in: Environmental education, Technological Education, acting on the following topics: hospitality ? ecotourism, art education, teacher training, cultural diversity and inclusion, entrepreneurship and innovation, information and communication technology and teaching and learning processes. Research lines: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Education; Teacher Training and Professional Development; Inclusion and Sociocultural Diversity; Knowledge and practices in the use of technologies in education; Environmental education for biodiversity conservation; Art Education; Landscape planning; Public use in Conservation Units. More information: Lattes.

Liliane Bordignon de Souza

Doctor (2020) and Master in Education (2013) by the Faculty of Education of the State University of Campinas (Unicamp). Graduated in Pedagogy (2010) by the same institution. Bachelor of Social Science (2015) by the Institute of Philosophy and Human Sciences – Unicamp. Conducted sandwich doctorate (2017-2018) no Center for Sociological and Political Research of Paris – CRESPPA / GTM. He is a member of the Study and Research Group on Sociocultural Differentiation (GEPEDISC / FE / UNICAMP). Research Assistant in the Educational Research Department of the Carlos Chagas Foundation (FCC). Conducts research and studies, principally, on the following topics: education, work and gender; professional training and qualification for work; teaching work. More information: Lattes.

Maria Aparecida Diniz Campos de Castro

Graduated in Pedagogy from the University of Taubaté (1983), Master's in Education (educational psychology) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1995), doctorate degree (2000) and Post-Doctorate in Education: educational psychology (2004-2006) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo to research on the subject “The Constitution of Knowledge, the thinking and the most Resilient Act on Management: Training courses and professional development”, under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Vera Maria Nigro de Souza Placco. She was a professor collaborator Dr., University of Taubaté, in teaching permanent staff of the Department of Pedagogy. He was a member of the University Council UNITAU, Coodenadora Training Center General (2006-2010) and responsible for the Distance Education Pedagogical Coordination at the University of Taubaté (2006-2011). He held the position of Director of Committee on Municipal Department of Education Taubaté, between January 2012 to November 2014. Currently serves as: researcher and coordinator of research projects funded by the National Development Fund Educational CAPES and PIBID; coordinator of the research group and line 3 and professor of the Master in Human Development: Formation, Policies and Social Practices; Professor of graduate courses in various areas with the discipline and Teaching Methodology of Higher Education and Psychology of Education and Development Programs and Continuing Education in partnership with the University of the State Secretariat of Education of São Paulo; served as coordinator of the Postgraduate course in School Management to train education professionals for Administration, Planning, Inspection, Supervision and Educational Guidance for Basic Education; she also served as adjunct professor and researcher at Centro Universitário Modulo and Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul and served as institutional relations advisor for the University Foundation of Taubaté (FUST). currently: (i) guides students of the Academic Master's Program in Human Development and Professional Master's in Education, both by UNITAU; e (ii) coordinates undergraduate course at Faculdade Dehoniana. It has experience in Education, with emphasis on Educational Management and Continuing Education, expert in the following themes: Human development, learning and adult cognition, teacher training, constitution of pedagogical knowledge, school management and resilience. More information: Lattes.

Maria Teresa de Moura Ribeiro

Degree in Education from the University of Taubaté (1991), Master of Education (educational psychology) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1996) and a PhD in Education (educational psychology) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2001). Currently he is assistant professor at the University of Taubaté. It has experience in Education, with emphasis on Teaching and Learning, acting on the following topics: elementary School, public school, teacher training, continuing education, child development and methodology of mathematics teaching. More information: Lattes.

Mariana de Souza Aranha

PhD in Education: Curriculum (2011) and Master in Education: Curriculum (2006) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. Graduated in Pedagogy from Faculdade Maria Augusta Ribeiro Daher (2001). She is currently a Permanent Professor of the Master in Management and Regional Development at the University Center of Southern Minas-UNIS-MG and Visiting Professor of the Professional Master's in Education at the University of Taubaté. It is the researcher Gepi (Group of Studies and Research in Interdisciplinary) da PUC / SP. Acts as Coordinator of the Specialization Courses in Psychopedagogy and School Management at the University of Taubaté. Has experience as a Research Advisor, University professor, Basic Education Teacher and School Director. It operates mainly with the following themes: interdisciplinarity, Teacher training, Curriculum, School management, Didactics, Distance Education, use of technologies and methodologies Active Learning. More information: Lattes.

Mércia Aparecida da Cunha Oliveira

Graduated in Pedagogy – Have. teaching for the disabled of audiocommunication by the University of Taubaté (1982), Full degree in Physical and Biological Sciences (1977), specialization in Psychopedagogy by UNITAU, 1986, master's degree in Communication Disorders in São Paulo (1996); PhD in Education: Story, Politics, Society at the Catholic University of São Paulo (2005). Retired PhD assistant professor at the University of Taubaté. Worked in the Department of Pedagogy as a teacher in the subjects of general training and specific subjects of Special Education (Psychology of the disabled in audiocommunication, psychology applied to mental deficiency, Psychopedagogical assessment and guidance of students with mental disabilities, Social Problems of the Deaf, educational psychology) and in other degrees from the same Institution in Educational Psychology of 1986 a 2009. Currently coordinates and acts as a teacher in the Post-Graduation Course in Psychopedagogy at the University of Taubaté, São Paulo. She was a science and biology teacher in basic education (Elementary and high school) and teacher in special education. She is currently a teacher in the Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education course in Pedagogy – PARFOR, at the University of Taubaté. More information: Lattes.

Neusa Banhara Ambrosetti

Graduated in Pedagogy from the University of Taubaté (1967); Master's in Education (Curriculum) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1989); PhD in Educational Psychology from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1996); Post Doctorate in the Educational Psychology Program, the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2006). She is a retired professor at the University of Taubaté, where he taught the discipline “educational psychology”, in the Department of Pedagogy. He is currently a permanent member of the faculty of the Professional Master in Education at the University of Taubaté, where he teaches the discipline “Teaching profession and professional development”. Coordinated programs to support teacher training at the University of Taubaté, among them the Institutional Institutional Program for Teaching Initiation scholarships – PIBID (2011-2015), the Degree Consolidation Program – PRODOCENCE (2011-2014), the Interdisciplinary Teacher Training Laboratory – LIFE (2012-2014). Coordinated numerous continuing education programs for teachers, developed in partnership with public education systems in the region. Conducts research in the area of ​​teacher training and integrates, since 2004, the Research Group on the Professional Development of Teachers of the Education Program – Educational Psychology at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. Worked for twenty-seven years in the state public network of São Paulo, where she worked as a teacher, pedagogical coordinator and teaching supervisor. More information: Lattes.

Patricia Cristina Albieri of Almeida

Graduated in Pedagogy from the University of Taubaté (1991), master's degree (1999) and Doctorate (2005) in Education from the State University of Campinas. Post-doctorate in Educational Psychology at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo / PUC / SP (2007-2008), as a FAPESP fellow. Works with initial and continuing teacher training since 1994. She is currently a researcher at the Carlos Chagas Foundation and Professor of the Professional Master's Program in Education at UNASP. Works in the Education area with an emphasis on Teacher Education and Didactics studying topics related to knowledge and professional development and teaching professionalism. More information: Lattes.

Diana Patricia Edith Belfort Souza Camargo Ortiz Monteiro

PhD in Environmental Sciences (UNITAU). Specialist in Environmental Management (USP). Specialist Tourism and Environment (Senac / CEATEL). Specialist Planning and Protected Areas Management (CATIE / Costa Rica). Agronomist. She is currently a PhD Professor linked to the Department. Management and Business (GEN) and Professor of the Graduate Program in Education and Human Development (PPGEDH) from the University of Taubaté. She teaches courses in undergraduate courses in distance learning in the areas of Business Management and Natural Resource Management. She was Coordinator of the Ubatuba On-site Support Pole of EAD-UNITAU (2009-2012). He assumed the General Coordination of the Distance Education Program at UNITAU, in 2012. She is currently Executive Director of the Research Company, UNITAU Technology and Services (EPTS). Works for 19 years with Higher Education and there are 10 years with Distance Education. Has experience in implementing and managing programs, projects, courses and teaching materials. Has experience of 19 years in consulting and 14 years in socio-environmental projects. Participates in socio-environmental non-governmental organizations since 1987. Participates in research groups, between them, the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and Research in Knowledge and Practices in Distance Education and the WG of Social Representations of ANPEPP. Acts on issues: Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Education, Distance Learning, Environmental education, Information and Communication Technology in Education, Social Representations, Conservation units, Sustainable tourism, Ecotourism, and Traditional Communities. More information: Lattes.

Rachel Duarte Abdala

He graduated in History from the University of São Paulo (1999), Graduate Degree in History from the University of São Paulo (1999), Master's degree in Education from the University of São Paulo (2003) and a PhD in Education from the University of São Paulo (2013). She is currently an assistant professor at the University of Taubaté and pedagogical coordinator of the History Course at the same institution.. Coordinator of the PIBID History subproject - Institutional Program for Teaching Incentive Scholarships at UNITAU. Leader of the NPH-UNITAU History Research Center. Extension project coordinator. Permanent professor of the Master's Program in Human Development at UNITAU. She has experience in the area of ​​History, with emphasis in History, acting on the following topics: photography, representation, education, culture and reform. More information: Lattes.

Roseli Albino dos Santos

Graduated in Pedagogy from the University of Taubaté (1990), Master's in Education: Story, Politics, Society at the Catholic University of São Paulo (2002) and a PhD in Education: Story, Politics, Society at the Catholic University of São Paulo (2006). He is currently an assistant professor iii at the University of Taubaté and a full professor at the Municipality of Campos do Jordão. It has experience in Education, with emphasis in Sociology of Education, acting on the following topics: inclusive education, teacher training, special education, inclusion and teaching practice. More information: Lattes.

Suelene Regina Donola Mendonça

Graduated in Pedagogy with Qualification in Disabled Audio Communication from the University of Taubaté (1981), Master's in Education: educational psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2002) and Doctorate in Education: Story, Politics, Society at the Catholic University of São Paulo (2007). Professor of Basic Education II – Special education (Def. hearing). São Paulo State Department of Education (1982-2012). Collaborating Professor at the University of Taubaté (1998-2009). Assistant III University of Taubaté (2010), crowded at the Department of Pedagogy, concursada in the discipline of Teaching, acting at graduation, extension and graduate. Psychopedagogue of the Student Assistance Program for Special Educational Needs (PAENEE) from the University of Taubaté. He attended the faculty of the Master course in Human Development : Formation, Political and Social Practices of the University of Taubaté (2011/2013). Currently participates in the teaching staff of the Professional Master in Education at the same institution, teaching classes and mentoring master's students. Worked in the coordination of the subproject area of ​​the degree in Pedagogy of the Institutional Program for Teaching Initiation Scholarships (PIBID)CAPES.(2015-2018).It has experience in Education, with emphasis on Teaching, Policies and Practices Inclusive, acting mainly in the following areas: special education, inclusive education, deaf education, development, teaching and learning. More information: Lattes.

Valter Jose Cobo

Degree in biological sciences from the Methodist University of Piracicaba; master's and doctorate in biological sciences – zoology, by the paulista state university – botucatu campus; assistant professor at the university of taubaté, I acted as area coordinator and institutional coordinator of the Institutional Program for Teaching Initiation Scholarships – PIBIC Capes-UNITAU and as coordinator of the Institutional Program for Scientific Initiation Scholarships -Cnpq-UNITAU. More information: in Lattes.

Virginia Mara Prospero da Cunha

Graduated Degree in Physical Education from the University of Taubaté (1986), Graduate Degree in Education, specialization in School Administration, the University of Taubaté (1989), Graduate Degree in Education, qualification in Teaching, the Faculty of Education of Guaratingueta (1996), Master's in Education: educational psychology, the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2003) and PhD in Education: educational psychology, the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2009). Is Assistant Professor III, effective, course holder: SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION, DE TAUBATÉ UNIVERSITY – SP, having served as Pedagogical Coordinator of the course of Physical Education, from May of 2008 to February 2010 and TCC General Coordinator. Director of the Department of Physical Education at UNITAU,from May of 2011 until March 2016. She is currently Pedagogical Coordinator of the Bachelor and Physical Education course, teacher of the discipline Physical Education School and PERMANENT TEACHER of the PROFESSIONAL MASTER IN EDUCATION (UNITAU). He has experience in the area of ​​Physical Education and Education, with emphasis on Evaluation and Teacher Training, acting on the following topics: Physical Education, Evaluation of Learning, Playful Activities in Basic Education and Teacher Training. Professor Coordinator of Physical Activity Education PIBID / UNITAU (CAPES) – 2011 a 2018. Institutional Coordinator of the Pedagogical Residency Program / CAPES / UNITAU. Member of the Research Ethics Committee of UNITAU. Bioscience Faculty Representative, on the Board of Directors (CONSAD), from the University of Taubaté. currently, is an advisor and coordinator of the Extension Programs and Projects, Dean of Extension, University of Taubaté. More information: in Lattes.

Assistant Collaborator

Luciana Magalhães

Luciana Magalhães holds a PhD in Educational Psychology from PUC-SP, Master of Education- Professional Master in Education from UNITAU, Specialist in School Management and Inclusive Education. Graduated in Law and Pedagogy, is a Professor in Higher Education in the area of ​​Inclusive Education and Diversity. Works with inclusive education projects: in the training of public school teachers, lectures and training courses for inclusion of people with disabilities in universities, Business, entities, neighborhood associations. She has experience as a social school manager and social project management, was president of the Municipal Council for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Taubaté. Author of works in the area of ​​Teacher Education for Inclusive Education, Special Education and Diversity

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