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MONTEIRO, Letícia Portieri  e  SMOLE, Kátia Stocco. A pathway to attend to differences at school. Educ. Pesqui. [online]. 2010, vol.36, n.1, pp.357-371. ISSN 1517-9702.

In 1999 the Rio de Janeiro Council for Jewish Education set in motion the Innovative Education Program (PIE) at the Israeli Schools of Rio de Janeiro with the purpose of following the recent trends of Brazilian education. The present work has as its objective to analyze the changes occurred in the school atmosphere since the onset and implementation of the program at a Jewish school in Rio. The program's central idea is to work with the concepts of active learning and multiple intelligences as proposed by Piaget, Dewey, and Gardner. To analyze the PIE we used a qualitative approach with the participants of the study through semi-structured interviews and observations in classrooms of the 1st to 5th years of fundamental education. The analysis of the data was based on the theoretical framework. The results indicate that, after the implementation of the program, the professionals involved gained in motivation to search for information and refresh their knowledge in order to attend to the differences between the pupils, making use of diversified strategies and thus encouraging a more dynamic work that facilitates the development of students' autonomy. In terms of difficulties faced in the development of the program, there was mention to the need to revise timetables, and to the fact that teachers now have to go through more extensive curricula. The school is still in the process of adapting to this innovative program, and therefore it is very important that the professionals involved constantly reevaluate the development of the program, trying to identify modifications and alternatives as difficulties arise.

Palavras-chave : Multiple intelligences; Active learning; Teaching methodology; Curriculum.

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