Teaching Programs

Teaching Programs

Teaching Programs

MENTORSHIP

The Student Integrated Program (Programa de Integração Estudantil - Prointe) develops pedagogical actions, integrating professors, academic students and external community. In this context, the program assists incoming students in all undergraduate courses, in order to solve difficulties and accompany their progress in the first year disciplines. The activities are divided into mentorship of disciplines and workshops. For more information access: www.uem.br/prointe.

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Laura Zanetti

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Milena Alonso


PET

The Tutorial Education Program (Programa de Educação Tutorial – PET) provides favorable conditions for the development of intensive academic activities alongside selected groups of students that demonstrate potential, interest and outstanding skills. The program develops new pedagogical practices through active participation of scholarship holders, approximating students and professors at the institution, hence promoting the unification of the three dimensions that characterize the basic functions of the university: Education, Research and Outreach. PET’s scholarship holders receive a
monthly scholarship from the Higher Education Secretariat (Secretaria de Educação Superior) of the Ministry of Education (Ministério da Educação) during the period of affiliation to the program.

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Laura Zanetti

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Milena Alonso


PIBID

The Institutional Program of Teaching Initiation Scolarships (Programa Institucional de Bolsas de Iniciação à Docência - PIBID), established by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior - Capes), enhances and improves the teacher training for primary education. At the State University of Maringá (Universidade Estadual de Maringá - UEM), PIBID has existed since 2010, with participants from Arts, Biology, Physical Education, Philosophy, English, Portuguese, Mathematics, Pedagogy, Chemistry and Sociology. The program awakes the engagement and interest in teaching among freshmen and sophomores of undergraduate courses. The subprojects promote their inclusion in public schools, for them to develop teaching activities, under the guidance of a UEM’s professor, and also a school teacher.

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Gustavo Tudisco Favaretto

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Aline Yuri Kiminami


CUIA

The State University of Maringá (Universidade Estadual de Maringá - UEM) participates in the University for Indigenous Peoples Committee (Comissão Universidade para os Índios - CUIA), which assembles the public universities of Paraná, and annually offers six undergraduate course vacancies for indigenous students. The applicants undergo a specific selection process, named as Indigenous Peoples’ Vestibular in Paraná. CUIA provides access, assistance and housing to these students.

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Gustavo Tudisco Favaretto

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Aline Yuri Kiminami


PARFOR

Since 2011, the State University of Maringá (Universidade Estadual de Maringá – UEM) has been part of the National Capacitation Plan for Teachers of Primary and Secondary Education (Plano Nacional de Formação de Professores da Educação Básica – Parfor). Until the present moment, the 10 courses administered by the university have graduated 20 classes of students, with 2 others still in progress, to be concluded by the year of 2022. Parfor is a national program implemented by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior – Capes) alongside institutions of higher education and in collaboration with Municipal and State Departments of Education. Its main purpose is to provide continued capacitation for public school teachers of primary and secondary education, in accordance with the Law of Guidelines and Foundations for National Education (Lei de Diretrizes e Bases da Educação Nacional – LDB). Applicants should enroll on Capes Platform of Primary and Secondary Education (Plataforma Capes de Educação Básica).

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Natalia Corbello Pereira

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Liliam Cristina Marins


SPECIAL NEEDS

Any student with special needs may require the services of the Multidisciplinary Program of Research and Support for People with Special Needs (Programa Multidisciplinar de Pesquisa e Apoio à Pessoa com Deficiência e Necessidades Educativas Especiais – Propae). Propae is linked to the Vice-Rectory of Education and is responsible for taking action toward facilitating the entrance and permanence of special needs students in the university, aiding the conclusion of their studies.

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Natalia Corbello Pereira

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Liliam Cristina Marins


INTERNSHIP CENTER

The State University of Maringa offers internship opportunities through the Parana Internship Center, in the Parana Government Administration and Welfare Office.

The Internship Center aims to guide people about the main rules involved in the internship, as well as the rights and responsibilities of the interns, the assignments and obligations of the supervisors.

The paid and unpaid internship positions are available at www.centraldeestagio.pr.gov.br.

The internship offers an opportunity to develop professional abilities related to the student’s undergraduate course.  It is a supervised educational act, developed in the work environment and that aspires to prepare the students that attend regular higher education to enter professional settings.

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Ícaro Silva Gonçalves

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Aline Cantarotti


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