01 SES 13 B, Education and Work – Revisiting the Educational Tensions in the Context of the ‘End of Work’
The field of Education Sciences recently evolved in terms of demands in higher education, specifically at the Master’s level, with an increase in the diversity of students (from working teachers to students who just completed a degree in Education Sciences) – a phenomena that raises interesting questions about their professional trajectories. In the particular case of the University of Porto, the Master in Education Sciences, since 2007, is organized in different domains of training, which range from Community Intervention to Pedagogical Intervention in Formal Education Contexts. These domains aren’t fixed but evolve in close connection with the existing groups of the research center (Centre of Educational Research and Intervention), which means they the training incorporates a strong dialogue between research and practice. This paper explores how these different domains of training shape the professional trajectories of Master graduates, using both the data from the employment observatory of the University of Porto and the findings of a qualitative study involving in-depth interviews to current and former students and employees. The intention is to draw a comprehensive framework to further study this complex relationship between post-graduation and work, and develop instruments that could be used in further research with a longitudinal design.
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