THE TEACHER'S PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN CORPORATE EDUCATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TEACHING KNOWLEDGE
The present article proposes to identify the practical aspects of the teacher's professional activity in Corporate Education that can be improved from reflections based on the Theory of Teaching Knowledge developed by Tardif (2000). For this work, the research method used was the literature review. The research results indicate interdependencies between the need for continued development of the teacher, the dissociation of academic knowledge and the teaching practice in organizations, and knowledge gaps regarding the competencies of the professional who works in Corporate Education. The Theory of Teaching Knowledge opens a discussion on the diversity of existing profiles of professionals working in organizations responsible for transmitting knowledge and training people who can contribute to the sustainability and competitiveness of organizations.