O Organizar de Práticas Cooperativas no Contexto de um Ambiente de Estágio em Desenvolvimento de Software
Soft skills are not trivial to be taught, although they are preponderant to be improved during the academic experience of future software engineers. Understanding how such skills are perceived and practiced during the supervised internship poses to be relevant, given the opportunity for students to enhance their skills. Grounded on the Practice Theory, we investigate how the organization of soft skills occurs as a bundle of cooperative practices in the context of the (Ommited due Blind Review) internship environment. We highlight as contributions i) the proposition of a conceptual model for investigating cooperative practices; ii) the analytical contrast between doings and sayings and iii) the empirical reflection for students on the role of soft skills.
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