Best Education Practices: An Umbrella Term to Talk about a Brazilian Academic Discipline


The scope of this paper is limited to discipline activities professors and graduated students (master and doctor degrees) at schools regarding aspects of environment and education. Two Brazilian universities contribute to social action with educational, cultural and environmental practices to the constitution of expertise and knowledge. The practices contain relevant research, innovation, critical elements and confidence in creativeness. Activities emphasize theoretical constructs of single topics from different thematic areas to highlight and disseminate educational current practices. We conclude that best practices are a wide range of individual and collective activities and procedures for student’s learning. It achieves positive results regarding educational, cultural, environmental expertise and knowledge.

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Silva, M. and Nascimento, S. (2015) Best Education Practices: An Umbrella Term to Talk about a Brazilian Academic Discipline. Creative Education, 6, 2205-2215. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.620226.

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