Laboratories

The PPGE houses some Laboratories that subsidize teaching and research activities carried out by the Program's professors.
 
1) Informatics Laboratory of PPGE (LABINF) - This laboratory is intended to support the activities of Master's and Doctorate students. LABINF was renewed, as we were benefited with financing for the purchase / exchange of equipment as well as for small renovations of the physical space, aiming to adapt it to new machines and other technologies. Such financing is an initiative of PRPPG-UFES in response to a national notice for IFES. LABINF has computers, laser printers and other resources in the necessary number to meet the current demand.
 
2) Laboratory for Supporting Research and Scientific Events (LAPEC) - The Laboratory serves students and professors from the program's research lines. It has an equipped room for holding meetings of research groups and for organizing events held by teachers of the Program.
 
Several Program teachers coordinate Laboratories in specific areas, linked to the Education Center, which bring together spaces for interaction between graduate students, undergraduate students and the external community. Are they:
 
1) History Teaching Laboratory (LAHIS) - This Program was initially structured as an Extension Project in 1992 and registered with ProEx under no. 160/92; and expanded in the form of an Extension Program from 1999, receiving the registration number. 060/99. Its activities are aimed at elementary and high school teachers, students, interns and monitors in the History, Pedagogy, Master's and Doctorate courses in education, as well as other professionals and researchers in Education. In addition, in recent years, it has become a dynamic support for the teaching of history in Espírito Santo.
 
2) Geography Teaching Laboratory (LEAGEO) - works as an extension project for the Education Center since September 1994, when it was registered with PROEX under number 089/94, with the initial name of the Project for the Extension of the Implementation and Operation of the LEAGEO. In 1995, its activity report was approved under registration 080/95, and the project remains with the same registration number. The activity report for the last extension requested from PROEX was approved in November 1999, extending the project until September 2001, under number 132/99. Since then, LEAGEO has been transformed into a permanent program at UFES, as approved at the 11th Extraordinary Meeting of DDPE-CE, on 11.06.01 and has become a fundamental space for discussions and research.
 
4) Pole Arte na Escola (PAE) / UFES is a space dedicated to the continuing education of the arts teacher, linked to the Federal University of Espírito Santo (Dean of Extension-Education Center) and to the Arte na Escola Institute (IAE) and works at the UFES Experience Center. Launched in May 2004 at the Art Museum of the State of Espírito Santo, it has consolidated its space as an agent and promoter of continuing education in diverse actions and partnerships with educational institutions in our state and operates in different fields both in the area of ​​its vocation manager that is the extension, as in the research.
 
5) Laboratory of Management of Basic Education of Espírito Santo (LAGEBES) aims to constitute itself as an articulating and socializing space of knowledge produced within the scope of the activities developed in the National School of Basic Education Managers Program (MEC / SEB) and in the activities of studies and research carried out in the Graduate Program in Education (PPGE) at UFES, thus placing itself as the locus of planning and proposing affirmative actions to improve the quality of basic education management in the State of Espírito Santo. In this sense, LAGEBES, as a permanent extension project, seeks to articulate research and extension in order to subsidize Espírito Santo units, networks and education systems in the planning, development, monitoring and evaluation of policies, programs and projects of the different stages and teaching modalities that constitute basic education, as well as being a gathering space for adequate scientific and technical support for the dynamization of actions in the area of ​​educational management, aiming at improving access, permanence and quality of teaching in the State of Rio de Janeiro. Holy Spirit.
 
6) Laboratory for Mathematical Learning and Educational Informatics (LAMATI) - Created in 1996 with financial assistance from CAPES, obtained at the end of 1995. Its objective was to create a mathematically rich environment that would allow teachers and students to break away from their way of seeing and feeling Mathematics and perceiving its interconnection with other areas of knowledge. Different technological resources, including computational, in addition to mathematical games, are made available to students in the Pedagogy, Mathematics and Master's and Doctorate in Education courses.
 
7) Computer Maintenance Laboratory (LAM) - created with the aim of maintaining the computer equipment of the Education Center, as well as providing a support system for the tasks required by the Center's routines that are carried out on top of this technology, thus obtaining a more agile and effective response, without having to go through a longer and bureaucratic process.
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