The use of Multidisciplinarity, Interdisciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity to develop the Critical and Scientific Spirit in the student

Vanessa Cristhina Gatto Chimendes • Adriano Carlos Moraes Rosa • Yara C. Costa Rocha Miranda • Herlandí De Souza Andrade

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Abstract

The construction of knowledge today requires a new posture of the researcher, requires a broader and holistic view, with the interaction of the various areas, both in the expansion and in the deepening in the treatment of complex studies. Thus, the objective of this work is to identify the pedagogical practices for the development of the critical scientific spirit in the student in the learning environment. With this research, it was possible to conclude that with pedagogical practices based on the practice of inter, multi and transdisciplinarity, it is possible to contribute to an autonomous society, transforming tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge to serve as a basic tool for social development, with capacity to share and incorporate new technologies and disseminate them to society to make its economic and social transformation.

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International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science

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