Antonio Dos Santos

Universidade Regional Integrada do Alto Uruguai e das MissõesBrazil

Antonio Vanderlei Dos Santos is a scientist who graduated with a physics degree at the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM, 1990), master’s degree in Physics at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC, 1993), and doctorate degree in Science with emphasis in Physics at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS, 1997). Currently, he is an integral teacher at the Integrated Regional University of Alto Uruguai e das Missões (URI). He has experience in Physics with emphasis in condensed matter physics, acting mainly in the following subjects: electronic structure, band structure, nitriding, teaching of physics and magnetic alloys. He is a teacher of the Masters’ Course in Scientific and Technologic Teaching acting in the following subject lines: information technology and science teaching, educational practices in the science and technology teaching. He also teaches the Masters’ Course in Strategic Management of Organizations ministering the discipline of “Knowledge and Innovation Management” and acting in the following subject line: development and social organization in the innovation management. He is a coordinator of the Nucleus of Innovation and Technological Transfer of Santo Angelo’s campus (NITT), acting in many projects. He is a head of department in Exact Sciences and Exact Earth.

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The book presents a discussion on education of sciences, through a technological view shown in the works of a variety of authors from different countries. It's a differentiated conception of scientific education bringing renowned authors who discuss from teacher formation to the inclusion of new technologies into education. We are proud to say that the themes discussed in the book are up to date and also of scientific interest in many countries, as seen by the collaborating authors who come from many parts of the world. The scientific discussion becomes evident through the effort of the authors in participating in this book that will serve as a reference for future research for those who want to develop modern educational approaches.

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