The Minister of Education published in the Official Gazette last Thursday (11) Resolution Smed no. The document refers to the Municipal Operational Instructions for the EJA in relation to its maintenance.
Article 1 of the document mentions that the Municipal Operational Guidelines for Phase 1 of the EJA should be consistent with the Operational Guidelines for the EJA established by the National Board of Education, in aspects related to their alignment with the National Common Curriculum Base (BNCC), with the National Literacy Program (PNA) , course duration and minimum age for entry.
They must also comply with the course registration form, the minimum age and EJA certification, the proposal with a focus on continuing education and training and the flexibility of the proposal in a way that is compatible with reality and course structure.
The paper explains that Phase 1, corresponding to the early years of primary education, will be offered in person, without matching professional qualifications, including only basic training, with a total workload of 1,500 hours spread over a minimum of two academic years and half organized every six months. duration of 100 days of effective school work.
Phase 1 is organized on a semester basis, in stages, with flexible time to complete the required workload, and for each stage there is a correspondence to the elementary nine-year elementary school years and specific workload. For the primary grades of elementary school, the application specifies that the workload will be at least 150 hours for learning the basic components of literacy and 150 hours for teaching basic math concepts.
SERVICES – EJA Phase 1 students will be provided with the following services: EJA Directed, EJA Multiphase and EJA Vinculada. The EJA Directed document explains that this is an alternative to serving a working student at any stage of the modality who, for various reasons, has difficulty participating in activities at the beginning or end of the academic shift.
For these students, the system must develop the activities previously planned by the teachers in order to complete the workload provided for the learning component. The feasibility of the activities and the scope of work will be carried out only after the completion of the planned activities.
According to the document, a multi-stage JAO can be organized in cases where the number of students does not correspond to that established by the education system and / or when the physical or specific structure of the service does not support the composition of the classes by steps.
In this case, the municipal education system will be able to organize a multi-stage ERA to increase the attendance of full-time ERA, in situations and low demand that make it impossible to implement a modality change; difficulties with student mobility, for example, when studying rural subjects; street population, specific communities, refugees and migrants from literacy programs in hard-to-reach places, on the periphery, etc.
In turn, the term EJA Linked is equivalent to decentralized EJA, used to refer to EJA Phase 1 course classes that are located in other educational spaces, preferably in their own school units, also called welcome units, located outside of an authorized work school. . . .
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