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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Curriculum Guidelines Of The Pedagogy Course In Brazil: Project Disputes In The Field Of The Training Of Education Professionals [diretrizes Curriculares Do Curso De Padagogia No Brazil: Disputas De Projetos No Campo Da Formação Do Profissional Da Educação]
Author: Aguiar M.A. da S.
Brzezinski I.
Freitas H.C.L.
da Silva M.S.P.
Pino I.R.
Abstract: Based on the debate conducted in the light of the theoretical-practical knowledge acquired by the main organisms of the educational field (ANFOPE, ANPED, CEDES, FORUMDIR, ANPAE), the authors analyze the new curriculum guidelines of the pedagogy course, which was regulated by the Conselho Nacional de Educação (CNE - Brazilian Council for Education) in 2005. They critically highlight some of the problems and tensions that have marked the trajectory of this course along the history of Brazilian education. Within the educational policies, they more particularly focus on the educator movement for the definition of curriculum guidelines for the training of basic education professionals, which reflects some epistemological, pedagogical and political positions related to the educational visions and project in dispute, in Brazil, these last decades. Problematizing the curriculum guidelines helps understanding better how complex the field of pedagogy is and what theoretical-practical challenges face the higher education institutions, more particularly universities, in order to concretize the reform of the pedagogy course to comply with the new legal regulations but also from the point of view of a citizen training. © 2007 CEDES.
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Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/S0101-73302006000300010
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Date Issue: 2006
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