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• Undergraduate, Graduate and General Public without Presentation:BRL 15.00

• Undergraduate, Graduate, On Specializing and Specialist - Poster Presentation: BRL 20.00

• Public School Teacher: BRL 30.00

• Taking a Masters Degree and Master - Oral Presentation: BRL 30.00

• Doctoral Student - Oral Presentation: BRL 40.00

• PhD Researcher and University Professor - Oral Presentation: BRL 50.00

• Short course: BRL 30.00

1 - Professors/advisors who are co-authors of postgraduated, postgraduate, graduate and undergraduate students must register for the event in the category University Professor/Doctor Researcher – Oral Presentation. However, if the teacher is only mentioned in a footnote, without appearing as a co-author, he does not need to pay the registration, but he will not receive a certificate either. And if you have more than one advisee and only appear in co-authorship, you only need to pay once at the event.

2 - Researchers who are co-authors of oral communications must have to formalized the payment of their registration fee, as well as the main author, in one of the categories above, which corresponds to their academic level, in order to have an approved participation in the event.

Lists of Thematic Symposia and Short Courses

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Modalities and Rules for the Papers submission

As the congress will be in remote format, all undergraduate graduate papers, pedagogical projects at schools and extension projects will be in oral formats. Upon registration, the author(s) must indicate the Thematic Symposium (TS) in which they will present the paper and also indicate whether it will be Oral Communication or Poster (graduation).

Scientific Work Registration

The Thematic Symposia (TS) will have spaces for oral presentations of research by graduates, undergraduates, postgraduates, masters and doctoral students, teachers from indigenous and non-indigenous schools, as well as master researchers, doctors in the field of History and other areas of knowledge who work with the indigenous theme.

The III COIMI will open a special space for indigenous and non-indigenous teachers to present the results of their pedagogical projects on indigenous issues and we will also open space for extension projects coming from universities such as PET groups (Tutorial Education Program of the Brazilian Federal Government of stimulus research, teaching and university extension activities at the undergraduate level).

General conditions for scientific work registration: oral communication

1. Author and co-author must be registered for the event.

2. Authors of communications may submit, at most, one work, either as an author or co-author, except when the co-authors are academic advisors of undergraduate and graduate work. The academic advisors, even with several mentees at the event and choose to be a co-author, will only need to make a single registration.

3. Academic advisers who do not appear as co-authors in the abstracts must obligatorily register their institutional orientation in a footnote either in the abstracts or in the full texts, even if the work has already been completed.

4. In case of co-authored works, co-authors must register for the event according to their respective categories.

5. The registration of works signed by more than two authors will not be allowed.

Shipping instructions

Upon registration, after completing the registration form, paying the corresponding fee, the abstracts must be sent and when approved by the scientific committee for each corresponding TS, they will be published online on the website in the form of an abstract notebook and will be available on the first day of the event. Only after confirmation of acceptance of the abstract should the full text be sent. The Annals of the event will also be available digitally on the event's website.

Rules for the scientific works preparation

The works must present results of scientific and/or extension research (experiences carried out by professors, researchers, undergraduate and graduate students and other professionals). The works must be submitted in the form of a summary and after approval, the full text must be sent, with the following specifications:

Formatting abstracts

Abstracts must contain the title in capital letters and in bold, followed by the name of the author and co-author, if any, underlined the name of the presenter, institution of origin, funding and e-mail. Designed in single space, font size 10, between 15 to 20 lines, using a Word for Windows text editor, Time New Roman font, 3 cm margins, without citations and references, justified, in a single block of text, without paragraph, line spacing 1.0.

Formatting the complete scientific work

The complete scientific works must have between 07 to 10 pages, including the bibliographical references, followed by: a) Title: capital letters, bold, font (Times New Roman), size 12, with centered alignment; b) Name(s) of author(s): right-aligned, presenter's name underlined. Ex: SURNAME, First Name; c) Institutional link: University institution, Department of Education, school, or research agency to which the authors are linked. Right-aligned, no bold; d) E-mail: rightaligned, not bold. The complete works must contain an introduction, development, final considerations or conclusions and references following the ABNT standards. The font of the work must be (Times New Roman), font size 12, A4 sheet and 1.5 line spacing. 3cm top margin; bottom, 2cm; left 3 cm, right 2 cm. Do not use footnotes. For references within the text, use ABNT standards.