Universidade Regional Integrada do Alto Uruguai e das Missões

The Master’s and Doctorate courses in Education, from the Graduate Program in Education at URI, aim to prepare qualified human resources in the area of ​​Education to think and propose new teaching strategies and act in research with the perspective of scientific, socio-cultural and technological development of the region and the country.

Due to its inter and transdisciplinary nature and its curricular proposal for training in research, it welcomes researchers who have graduated from different courses, such as undergraduate, bachelor and technologists. Thus, the focus of interdisciplinarity lies in the attempt to extrapolate the mere juxtaposition of the disciplinary contributions inherent to the training of each teacher / researcher, establishing an exchange between specialists from different areas of knowledge, which favors the dialogue between teachers and researchers with diverse and diversified formation.

The Program's Concentration area is Education, and the lines of research are:

1 - Formation of Teachers, Knowledge and Educational Practices: Researches the processes of initial and continued formation and their relations with the institutional and non-institutional spaces and areas of knowledge in which they are constituted. It studies the instituting practices of educational knowledge. It proposes a qualitative advance in the training of teachers at different levels and educational modalities.

2 - Public Policies and Education Management: It focuses on the study of policies and processes related to education in different historical configurations. Therefore, it investigates themes related to education policies and management, their socio-educational / cultural impacts at different levels and modalities of education, emancipatory possibilities resulting from the contradictions inherent to the context in which they are located, epistemologies and methodologies for studying educational policies.

3 - Educational Processes, Languages ​​and Technologies: Investigates educational processes associated with reflections on technology as a tool and cultural artifact at all levels of education - from basic education to higher education, in formal and informal contexts. It encourages research in the field of teacher training and teaching in digital culture and in teaching and learning from different theoretical approaches. It includes research on the relationships between: languages ​​and subject constitution; languages ​​and teaching; languages ​​and society.