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Da Investigação às Práticas

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LIMA, Sueli de. The students of the basic school and the teacher training in the university, dialogues. Invest. Práticas [online]. 2019, vol.9, n.1, pp.100-113. ISSN 2182-1372.  http://dx.doi.org/10.25757/invep.v9i1.177.

The objective of this study is to present contributions of students from popular media to the formation of the elementary school teacher. The main objective of this study was to investigate the relationships between students between 11 and 15 years of age with school knowledge. It was developed based on the thinking of Charlot (2000), especially his formulations on positive reading and school failure. The research was methodologically based on the Dialogal Group, which, in many respects, is related to the Kincheloe and Berry Focal Group (2007), meeting the ethical requirements established by Brazilian researchers. Five meetings were held over 14 months. The theoretical fields were structured around the subjects young people and the knowledge, the senses of the study and the pedagogical practices. It was sought to understand the student as a subject of law, as an integral part of a process and not as someone who needs the school to "become someone" (Garcia & Moreira, 2006). The results inform us that all the relationships that they establish in the schools are determinant for their learning and that they experience contradictory experiences in the schools, which led us to question the relations between teaching and learning. These contributions were examined in dialogue with Paro (2003), when discussing the naturalization of "school failure", and Almeida (2012), which questions us about the valuation of the pedagogical dimension in undergraduate degrees. The paper points to two dimensions that challenge us in teacher training: to train for democratic schools and train teachers not to naturalize school failure.

Keywords : school; university; teacher training; students; school knowledge; learning.

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