quarta-feira, 29 de fevereiro de 2012

finlândia... depois de ter dado à estampa uma visão sobre o que por ali se passa... eis que surge uma nova abordagem...!

'atente-se' na expressividade dos números apresentados... para a área das expressões...!
é pena que o documento aqui citado esteja em finlandês [ainda...?]...
"What is Finland currently doing in terms of an arts curriculum in primary/secondary school education and what are your goals and objectives going forward?

In the Finnish public education system we already have a music, visual arts, and crafts education that is compulsory for all students aged 7 to 16. However, over the past decade there has been a lot of pressure (especially from arts advocates and other experts) to further increase arts education in Finland. Our ministry of education established a working group in August, 2011 to draw up a proposal covering new general educational objectives in Finland. That proposal (Future of Basic Education) was published last Friday and aims to strengthen many areas including arts education, physical education, civic and citizenship education, education in environmental issues, and diversification of language teaching. The working group proposed increasing the number of required lesson hours in music, visual arts, and crafts for all students (music from 7 to 8 hours per week, visual arts from 8 to 10 hours per week, and crafts from 11 to 12 hours per week). The extra hours will guarantee the availability of qualified teachers in the arts subjects. The proposal would also enable specialization in teaching arts. Our government now has to agree this proposal and issue the Government Decree on the General National Objectives and Distribution of Lesson Hours, and then the FNBE will draw up National Core Curricula for basic education." 

o documento original... aqui.

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