COLABORATORY RESEARCH IN PEDAGOGY RESIDENCE PROGRAM: REFLECTIONS ON IDENTITY AND DIFFERENCE

Gabriela Dutra Caldeira, Iza Vieira Bornazakis, Regiane Pereira de Melo Lima, Izabel Cristina Feijó de Andrade

Resumo


The theme of identity and difference was chosen to contemplate specific demands and articulate the requirements of legal norms, such as the Common National Curriculum Base and Law 11,645 / 2008, which establishes the obligation to teach Afro-Brazilian and indigenous history and culture. This article aims to reflect on the appreciation of the process of constitution of identity and difference. Through a participative research carried out with the Pedagogical Residency Program, the observation strategy allowed problematization pertinent to our time. Understanding how the process of constitution of identity and difference takes place makes it possible to question what has been previously established and then to broaden perspectives and allow new reflections. This reflective exercise also allowed the development of the ability to use the participant observation technique encouraged by the Pedagogical Residence program.

Palavras-chave


Identity. Difference. Participatory research. Pedagogical Residence Program.

Texto completo:

PDF

Referências


BRAZIL, Common National Curriculum Base (BNCC). MEC / CONSED / UNDIME, 2017. Available at: http://basenacionalcomum.mec.gov.br/. Accessed on: 06 Dec. 2018.

BRIGHENTI, Clovis Antonio. Coloniality and decoloniality in the teaching of indigenous history and culture. IN: SOUZA, Fábio Feltrin de and WITTMAMM, Luisa Tombini (org). Indigenous protagonism in history. Shark: Copiart, 2016. p. 231-254.

BONFIM, Alexander Barreiros Cardoso, MALDONADO, Daniel Teixeira, SILVA, Sheila Aparecida Pereira dos Santos. Participating research in the continuing education of Physical Education teachers: the identification of reality. Brazilian Journal of Science and Movement. See 22, no. 2. 2014.

CORREIA, MC. Participant observation as a research technique, Thinking nursing, vol. 12, no. 2, 2nd semester se 2009. pp. 30-36.2009.

MIGNOLO, Walter D. Gnosi is the imaginary of the colonial / modern world system. IN: Local Stories / Global Projects: coloniality, subordinate knowledge and liminal thinking. Belo Horizonte: Publisher UFMG, 2003. P. 23-74.

__________________. Cape to Tail Coloniality: The Western Hemisphere on the Conceptual Horizon of Modernity. IN: LANDER, Edgar. The coloniality of knowledge: Eurocentrism and social sciences - Latin American perspectives. ColecciUn Sur Sur, CLACSO, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2005. Available at: http://bibliotecavirtual.clacso.org.ar/. Accessed: 11/17/2018.

MONGELO, Joana Vangelista. Okoteve ja vy'a: Indigenous school education and indigenous education - Contrasts, conflicts and needs. Dissertation (Master in Education) - Center of Educational Sciences, Federal University of Santa Catarina. Florianópolis. 2013.

QUIJANO, Hannibal. Coloniality of power, Eurocentrism and America. IN: IN: LANDER, Edgar. The coloniality of knowledge: Eurocentrism and social sciences - Latin American perspectives. ColecciUn Sur Sur, CLACSO, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2005. Available at: http://bibliotecavirtual.clacso.org.ar/. Accessed: 11/17/2018.

SILVA, TAKE TADEU da. The social production of identity and difference. In: SILVA, TT (Org.); HALLS.; WOODWART, Kathryn.Identity and Difference.Sao Paulo: Voices, 2014, p. 73-133.

WOODWART, Kathryn, Identity and difference: a theoretical and conceptual introduction. In: SILVA, TT (Org.); HALLS.; WOODWART, Kathryn.Identity and Difference.Sao Paulo: Voices, 2014, p. 7-72.

ZOGAIB, Simone Damm, AZEVEDO, Ana Maria Lourenço. Teacher, participant research, internship practices: educationencounters in early childhood education. Available at www.grupeci.fe.ufg.br/up/693/o/TR60.1.pdf. Accessed: 11/16/2018.




Diretos Autorais

 

A revista Gepesvida é de acesso livre. É, portanto, fundamental que o autor ao utilizar-se dela para publicação de trabalhos observe conduta apoiada em princípios éticos, de modo a respeitar o direito de propriedade intelectual sobre a obra a ser submetida. 

 Dessa maneira, as Revistas Eletrônicas do ICEP buscam agir sob uma política de publicação no intuito de proteger seus interesses como veículo divulgador da ciência, bem como garantir os interesses de seus colaboradores que aqui depositam sua confiança publicando o resultado de suas pesquisas científicas.


O termo de cessão que segue é regido pela lei n° 9.610/1998, que altera, atualiza e consolida a legislação sobre direitos autorais no Brasil.