Cristiane Cerdera has been teaching English at Pedro II School for nearly ten years. She is currently in charge of a study laboratory at Pedro II – the LEDi (Laboratory of Studies in Education and Diversity) – where she researches, along with her students, issues related to gender and other social markers. Between 2016 and 2017, she developed, in partnership with NuGAME, a project about gender representations in commercial games. As part of the project, the students developed a workshop entitled “Games and sexism: from Ms Pacman to Lara Croft,” presented at some events in Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais. Also in 2017 she received the “Educating for Sexual Diversity Respect” award from the LGBT National Alliance, created by GALE (The Global Alliance for LGBT Education) in partnership with MEC, in the category “Pedagogical Project”. She graduated in Literature from UFF and during her doctorate at PUC / RJ studied Wittgenstein, the philosopher of language games.
The immersion in a game of video game occurs by a series of factors: narrative, game play, soundtrack, graphics and other details that contribute to the player feel part of that world. This panel will deal with topics such as representativeness and empathy, contributing to the social and political debate that gains more and more […]