In these days I've finally decided on the type of training and professional update (together) that I will take. By now it was necessary and couldn't be postponed more.
I had many choices in front of me: the choice even on a new faculty, and the ones I had interest on was Psychology, or Educational Sciences. But in the end I went for elimination..
-Psychology at my age it's late, I could make a three-year degree (bachelor), but it doesn't create many job opportunities and above all, to make this work seriously serves a full degree and many years of expertise or specialization.
-Same goes for Educational Sciences: it's true, the teaching has become my passion and profession together, but the only degree that's valid had to be taken before, and is still oriented on the support teacher professional figure. That perhaps is not exactly the most suitable for me, I don't know.
So I opted for a Master of professional specialization in "Education Leardership, Management and Emerging Technologies" at an online University that's very good. So, you will see me busy for several months from now. This choice goes in two directions to get me advancing in studies, updating my knowledge on several arguments on computer science and more, and facilitate my eventual inclusion in teaching in the public service. That sounds good.