Dissertações/Teses

2022
Dissertações
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  • LETICIA FERREIRA CONTI
  • PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING: PERCEPTION OF ATHLETIC TEACHERS/COACHES OF MATO GROSSO SCHOOL GAMES

  • Orientador : RILLER SILVA REVERDITO
  • Data: 14/04/2022


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  • The professional performance of Physical Education teachers/Coaches has received attention in numerous national and international investigations, focusing on the construction of their professional practice and/or on how they learned to develop the skills considered necessary for the exercise of the profession. The investigations carried out so far indicate that learning takes place in different contexts, environments and situations. The interaction between these factors can influence the development and construction of pedagogical practice, making it a socially constructed practice. Thus, this research aimed to understand the relationship between pedagogical practice and the perception of the learning process of physical education professionals who work with the athletics modality. This is an exploratory qualitative research. Twelve school-level athletics coaches from the state of Mato Grosso participated in the research in the first stage of collection, and 09 coaches participated in the interview. The instrument used for data collection was a semi-structured questionnaire developed for this research and applied in the form of an interview. The dissertation is structured in three chapters, as follows: I- The introduction, which offers elements that allow us to understand the directions of the research; II- We approach the pedagogical practice, which allow us to dialogue about the teaching intention and professional learning, in order to explain how the teacher learns to teach; III – Results, analysis and discussion of interviews with teachers/coaches. It was possible to verify that knowledge related to human/motor development and general aspects of training are the most valued among these professionals. The teachers/coaches related their experiences as ex-athletes of the modality and dialogues with other coaches as the main ways of acquiring fundamental knowledge and skills for the exercise of the profession. The teachers/coaches demonstrated pedagogical intentionality when reporting how they build the teaching-learning process of their students/athletes. However, the way they apply and develop these practices is directly related to their trajectories as athletes, and in a few cases it is related to the dialogue with other teachers/coaches, which raises an alert for possible repetitions of outdated methods and techniques. . As practical implications, it is important that teachers/coaches seek current and consistent references to support their pedagogical practice. Finally, in relation to pedagogical practice, it is possible to affirm that there is a direct relationship based on experience as ex-athletes and on the relationship with more experienced coaches/teachers in the modality.

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  • LEANDRO SILVEIRA ROCHA
  • Cinema and Education: moving images moving thoughts about ethnic-racial issues

  • Orientador : MARITZA MACIEL CASTRILLON MALDONADO
  • Data: 16/04/2022


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  • The research entitled "Cinema and Education: moving images moving thoughts about ethnic-racial issues" aimed to compose cartographies of desires of teachers from the education networks of the municipality of Cáceres-MT, in relation to ethnic-racial issues. This research used the database of the research project Images and sounds as intercessors to think about childhoods and difference: Problematizing Education, the daily life of the school and the curriculum, developed between the years 2015 and 2019, which carried out continuous training of teachers through films. The conversations of the film club participants were filmed, recorded and transcribed, and, from these conversations, lines were drawn that constituted circles of convergence to compose cartographies of desires on ethnic-racial issues. The narratives constituted here were moved by the intercessors Coutinho (2019), Coutinho e Freitas (2013), Deleuze (1974, 1992, 2010, 2018a, 2018b), Deleuze e Guattari (1995, 2010), Deleuze e Parnet (1998), Ferraço (2018), Foucault (1986, 1987, 1993, 1998, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2013), Fresquet (2017), Hall (2000, 2006), Maldonado (2001, 2015, 2017), Masschelein and Simons (2014), Schwarcz (1993), Silva (2000, 2016). The power of cinema is presented for the constitution of the idea of formation-becoming, as well as for thinking from other images of thought and, perhaps, producing other practices in relation to ethnic-racial issues at school.

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  • CRISTIANE SANTANA DE ARRUDA
  • Mapping of the adoption of Private Education Systems by municipalities in Mato Grosso
  • Orientador : THERESA MARIA DE FREITAS ADRIÃO
  • Data: 26/04/2022


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  • This research aims to map the municipalities of the State of Mato Grosso to identify which adopted Private Teaching Systems-SPE for preschool, in the period 2015-2019. This time frame is carried out taking into account that it covers two municipal administrations prior to the pandemic. This dissertation is also linked to the project “analysis of the incidence of private actors in the Mato Grosso state education system for educational provision”, coordinated by the researcher Dr. Theresa Maria de Freitas Adrião and financed in part by the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development -CNPQ. It dialogues with previous research on the subject, especially with Adrião (et al 2009), who will also help in the characterization of this type of incidence in Mato Grosso municipalities, as identifying the companies that sell pedagogical designs to municipal education networks integrates the data analyzed in this study, whose set will contribute to the understanding of the objective and specific conditions in which the interests of the field of business and corporations are presented in the education of municipal schools in the state of Mato Grosso, also dialogues with works carried out on the theme for other contexts. This dissertation takes a quanti-qualitative approach, with documentary research in primary sources, as well as bibliographical reviews on curriculum privatization. It is developed in two sessions before presenting the data resulting from the investigation, initially discussing the scenario of contemporary capitalism in which education is inserted, as well as the insertion of business groups in the public sector in privatization processes. Subsequently, teaching in the state of Mato Grosso and characteristics of the intermediate regions of the state are presented, and then, in session three, the data collected up to the qualification phase will be presented, which demonstrate so far the significant presence of business groups in basic education in Mato Grosso that act in the dimension of the curriculum and mainly in Early Childhood Education.

     

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  • TIAGO DOS SANTOS RODRIGUES
  • FINANCING BASIC EDUCATION IN THE MUNICIPALITIES OF MATO GROSSO AND THE PRIVATIZATION PROCESSES OF MAINTENANCE AND EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
  • Orientador : MARILDA DE OLIVEIRA COSTA
  • Data: 27/04/2022


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  • Financing. Privatization. Municipal Teaching Systems. MDE
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  • RODOLFO CLAUDIO DA CRUZ
  • THE SCHOOL REORGANIZATION MATERIALIZED WITH THE “ESCOLA PLENA” PROJECT IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF MIRASSOL D OESTE - MT
  • Orientador : MARILDA DE OLIVEIRA COSTA
  • Data: 06/05/2022


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  • This research is part of the Research Line: Teacher Training, Pedagogical Policies and Practices of the Graduate Program at the State University of Mato Grosso (UNEMAT) – Jane Vanini University Campus. The research entitled: School reorganization materialized with the “Escola Plena” Project, in the city of Mirassol D'Oeste, aims to analyze the process of school reorganization of a school in the state public education system in Mato Grosso resulting from the implementation and materialization of the Full School Project, a project sanctioned by State Law No. 10.622, of October 24, 2017. The research is characterized as a Case Study through the following technical and procedural devices for data collection: bibliographic and documentary research , semi-structured interview with teachers, managers, students and family members and, in addition, we used the focus group. We chose a qualitative approach, using the dialectical-historical materialist method as an aid. From the preliminary results, we identified that the school reorganization had guidelines and innovative actions related to the curriculum, inspired by a model of integral education in the State of Pernambuco, through the State Department of Education of Mato Grosso (Seduc-MT) and three institutes linked to the business sector; We see how much this project has been operated by the business community, as well as the advancement of the private (third sector) over the public, above all, it is the representatives of the bourgeoisie (business patronage) who have been deciding what the boys and girls of Mato Grosso will learn in the Full Schools. In terms of time, we identified that the school studied, as provided for in the PPP, organized to offer nine hours a day for high school, and eight hours for elementary school. With regard to spaces, the school did not undergo any reforms or major changes, using the structure previously used for regular teaching in two shifts; the rooms were organized thematically according to the areas of knowledge. About the curriculum, it is constituted by the common base with traditional subjects, and by the diversified base, with subjects of scientific initiation, Child and Youth Protagonism, Sports Practices, Life Project, Applied Study of Portuguese and others.

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  • STEFANY CAROLINY DE SOUZA
  • SELF-EFFICACY AND MENTAL HEALTH OF HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS: MULTIDIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS

  • Orientador : RILLER SILVA REVERDITO
  • Data: 30/05/2022


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  • Research problem: What are higher education student’s self-efficacy beliefs and how do they relate to problem-coping strategies and indicators of psychological distress? Objective: To analyze the self-efficacy indicators perceived by higher education students and their relationship with coping strategies and psychological distress. Materials and methods: This is an epidemiological survey with a survey design, carried out with students at the Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso in the period 2017 and 2018. Data were collected through an online self-administered questionnaire that was sent in the students' emails, containing sociodemographic issues, life habits and academic factors. The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale was used to assess the students' psychological distress indicators, and the Coping Strategies Inventory was used to assess coping strategies. The Perceived Self-Efficacy scale was used to assess the beliefs that the individual has about their ability to successfully perform a given activity. These data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. To calculate associations between sociodemographic variables and associated factors, the Mann-Whitney U test and the Kruskal-Wallis one-way ANOVA H test were used, and between psychological distress, coping, self-efficacy and associated factors, and Spearman's Correlation, all at a significance level of 5%, using the SPSS 25.0 statistical program. And for association between the categorical variables, the Multiple Correspondence Analysis was used in the program RStudio 4.1.2. Results: 669 students participated in the research. The dimensions of self-efficacy were proportional to each other and to the approach and negative coping strategies with avoidance. The best perceptions of initiative self-efficacy were in students who did not practice physical activity (3.31), did not use tobacco (3.25) and never failed (3.24). For effort, students who presented symptoms suggestive of depression (3.21) and did not use alcohol (3.20) and for persistence, were heterosexual students (2.44) and did not use tobacco (2.44). Studying 3 hours or more outside class was significant in all dimensions (3.32, 3.22 and 2.47, respectively). And that there were characteristics of the student, the course, performance and contentment and life habits and studies that were associated with the probable diagnoses of anxiety and/or depression and that self-efficacy was a mediator of the diagnoses. Final considerations: The factors female gender, age group between 24 and 29 years old, being part of other campuses, of courses other than health courses, final stage of the course, not practicing physical activity were academic factors that were associated with both the probable diagnosis of anxiety, how much depression. And that there is a need to implement psychological assistance actions with an emphasis on self-efficacy and programs aimed at the practice of physical activity for students since the beginning of graduation and for the entire academic community.

     

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  • MARCOS PAULO DE MESQUITA
  • The Profile of Students Retained at the State University of Mato Grosso: A Cluster-Based Analysis

  • Orientador : FERNANDO CEZAR VIEIRA MALANGE
  • Data: 12/06/2022


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  • The present work presents an approach based on clustering of educational data as an alternative proposal to study the phenomenon of retention at the Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso (UNEMAT). The retention problem affects all Brazilian higher education institutions and, at UNEMAT, it also presents itself as a latent issue. Mitigating retention is a way to reduce dropout rates and, consequently, increase graduation rates. To this end, the development of institutional policies and more specific pedagogical interventions depend on the knowledge of the profile of the retained student. Based on the data from the 2020 higher education census, which were later enriched with information from the institution's academic system, it was possible to build a database with 2455 records of students retained from UNEMAT and then we clustered these records which revealed 3 distinct groups of student profiles which we present in this research.

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  • ROGELIO DUARTE ROSA
  • THE PERCEPTION OF INDIGENOUS XAVANTE STUDENTS ABOUT SCHOOLING PROCESSES IN SCHOOLS IN BARRA DO GARÇAS/MT.
  • Orientador : ALCEU ZOIA
  • Data: 25/06/2022


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  • This research had as main objective to understand how Xavante students understand the schooling processes in public elementary schools in the urban perimeter of the municipality of Barra do Garças Mato Grosso. More specifically about the perception of Xavante students regarding the pedagogical dynamics experienced at school and the relationships and interactions between Xavante students with non-indigenous students, teachers, in short, the entire school community. It has, among the main references, authors such as, FREIRE (1967, 2006, 1987), CANDAU (2009, 2013, 2021) TSAWEWA (2016), BRANDÃO (1999), BANIWA (2019), MUUNDURUKU (2016), SANTOS (2003) , 2010), BORGES (2018). This is to understand how these different subjects with different knowledge perceive themselves, and how they produce actions and reactions on each other, considering the dynamics of the encounter between different cultures. I was struck by the fact that, for some reason, this meeting has been unfeasible in schools, so the question: what happens to Xavante students at this meeting? How they see themselves, how they think about schooling processes, in non-indigenous schools, in the space cut out for research. As a methodology, we used qualitative research, in which we sought to reflect on the perspective of the dialectical historical materialist method, the participation of Xavante youth in the non-indigenous schooling process, which implies identifying their conceptions about an education system different from the Xavante. During the reading and writing process, classic authors were referenced, which supported the construction of this work, pointing out concepts such as interculturality, intraculturality, equality, difference, multiculturalism, cultural diversity and others. These concepts guided the reflection on the research both in relation to the methodology and the results obtained. The ethnographic references gave consistency to data collection, allowing a participatory relationship in which conversation circles were produced and the production of artistic material on the perceptions of Xavante students about the schooling processes experienced in schools. And in this sense, we observe that they understand the school as a place where one learns the culture and knowledge necessary for an adult life among the Waradzu, which is the main reason for remaining in this place, even in the face of so many adversities. At the end of this research, we understand that there is still a long way to go so that Xavantes students are conceived as part of this school, which in the given context calls itself inclusive, but which, as we have seen, is in its first steps in an intercultural education perspective.

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  • ANA PAULA RODRIGUES DE SOUZA
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF BASIC EDUCATION TEACHERS AND UNIVERSITY PEDAGOGY IN THE STRICTO SENSU POSTGRADUATE

  • Orientador : LORIEGE PESSOA BITENCOURT
  • Data: 22/07/2022


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  • The present dissertation is part of the line of research on Teacher Training, Pedagogical Policies and Practices, of the Postgraduate Program in Education - PPGEdu - Master in Education, of the University of the State of Mato Grosso - UNEMAT, whose main theme is Development Professional of Basic Education Teachers, masters graduated by PPGEdu/UNEMAT, investigated on the theoretical assumptions of University Pedagogy. For this, studies by Marcelo García (1999; 2009), Tardif (2014), Tardif and Lessard (2014), Bitencourt (2014; 2017; 2020), Saviani (2000; 2008; 2017; 2018), Libâneo (2007; 2012; 2014; 2018) among others, to reflect on the Professional Development of Basic Education Teachers in a postgraduate program, at master's level. The research question is configured in: What are the perceptions of Basic Education teachers, masters graduated from PPGEdu/UNEMAT, about the relationship between the training actions experienced in their training in a postgraduate course, University Pedagogy, and their professional development after return to Basic Education? The general objective was to understand the perceptions of Basic Education teachers about University Pedagogy experienced in a stricto sensu postgraduate course and their professional development after returning to Basic Education. This is a qualitative research, supported by the case study, in which we used the procedures of bibliographic, documentary and field research. The data production instruments were a characterization questionnaire and a semi-structured interview with 10 teachers of Basic Education, effective in the State of Mato Grosso, trained in undergraduate and master's courses in Education by PPGEdu/UNEMAT. For categorization and analysis of empirical data, we used the technique of content analysis, according to Bardin (2016). Through this study, it is concluded that the training actions experienced by the subjects, at PPGEdu/UNEMAT, allowed them to re-signify their knowledge that they brought from Basic Education, through the study of theories and research, questioning them with university professors. and other graduate students, in a collaborative and dialogic way. The research subjects were able to associate their graduate training with their teaching work, after returning to their work locus, which strengthened their Professional Development. The postgraduate course for these master professors made it possible for them to incorporate new methodologies learned at the university, in the classroom, in relation to the way of working the contents and problematizing them. Therefore, the Master's in Education at UNEMAT becomes relevant for the Professional Development of Basic Education teachers, however, we emphasize that it is necessary to strengthen public policies, at the federal and state levels, to encourage these teachers to seek professional qualification at this level of education. Thus, with the end of this research, we intend to enable the expansion of knowledge about University Pedagogy, as well as to intensify the discussion about the importance of public policies aimed at training Basic Education teachers in stricto sensu courses.

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  • Adriana Soares Beserra Capoano
  • Title: Victor Civita Foundation's performance in the state school system of Mato Grosso:
    2005 - 2018

  • Orientador : THERESA MARIA DE FREITAS ADRIÃO
  • Data: 27/07/2022


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  • This research analyzed the performance of Fundação Victor Civita (FVC) in state education in Mato Grosso, from 2005 to 2018. The data came from the inter-institutional research carried out by GREPPE under the coordination of Prof. Dr. Theresa Adrião (“Analysis of the mapping of basic education privatization strategies in Brazil: actors, programs and consequences for public education” funded by Fapesp, Process 2019/12230). The study assumed that the Fundação Victor Civita in state education in Mato Grosso worked according to the theoretical framework of philanthrocapitalism or the practice of risk philanthropy: financed by private social investment and operated by programs implemented in public education systems that demand results in expectation. of advantages for businesses in the educational field (ADRIÃO, 2015; 2018; 2021). This dissertation adopts a qualitative approach, based on documental research in primary sources - institutional websites and official databases - and secondary sources resulting from the aforementioned research. Based on theoretical studies and data analysis, the profile and form of action of FVC in the period from 2005 to 2018 are presented. As a result, it was identified that the incidence of the Foundation expresses mercantile relations with different levels of government :- Federal government, through Grupo Abril's educational segment, which sold publications aimed at education professionals and teaching materials. In these terms, the main action strategy of the FVC with the education of mato Grosso did not configure itself as risk philanthropy, since it was based on the commodification of cuuricular input

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  • NATALIA GENTIL LIMA
  • UNIVERSITY PEDAGOGY IN NURSING PRECEPTORY: PEDAGOGIC PRACTICES, ROLES AND SUBJECTS' INTERRELATIONSHIPS IN THE TRAINING PROCESS
  • Orientador : LORIEGE PESSOA BITENCOURT
  • Data: 01/08/2022


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  • [under construction]

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  • MARIA JOSÉ DANTAS SOUZA
  • THE SOLIDARITY AND SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION COOPERATIVE - COOPERSSOL, PEDAGOGICAL SPACE OF EDUCATION WITH PROSUMIDORS/ES

  • Orientador : LAUDEMIR LUIZ ZART
  • Data: 12/08/2022


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  • The present study is the result of research carried out in the Postgraduate Program in Education of the University of the State of Mato Grosso-UNEMAT, in the line of research: Education and Diversity, with the theme "The cooperative of solidary and sustainable consumption - COOPERSSOL as a pedagogical space of education for prosumers”. The cooperative is headquartered at Travessa dos Cururus, nº 99, Bairro Cavalhada, municipality of Cáceres/MT. Its objective was: to analyze how the prosumer relationship develops in the commercialization process in pedagogical practices in the experiences of solidary and sustainable consumption in the context of the consumer cooperative, seeking to answer the question investigated in this research: How the involvement of producers/consumers in the cooperative of Does Solidary and Sustainable Consumption constitute a pedagogical practice capable of promoting changes in social practices of consumption and production in the generation of prosumer culture? This study was based on the following authors: Andaloussi (2004), Costa (2015), Cruz-Moreira (2003), Cunha (2003), Dal Ri (1999), Freire (2005; 2015; 2017), Faria (2005), Gadotti (1986; 2009), Gamboa (1988), Ianni (1984), Lage (2008), Mance (2000), Machado (2010), Manacorda (1991), Marx (2008), Melo (2012), Neto (2016), Praxedes (2009), Singer (2013), Thiollent (2002; 2019), Tiriba (2006; 2012), Zart (2012; 2013; 2014; 2016; 2019). It is a research with a qualitative approach, with an epistemological perspective of research-action-participant aiming at the transformation of systematized knowledge from the reality and social production of knowledge of the research subjects. Online conversation circles were carried out using the goole meet application, questionnaires were applied through google formes and online interviews via goole meet and whatsapp and face-to-face observation with the appropriate distancing rules, using masks and gel alcohol, to collect the data, analyzed in historical and dialectical thematic processes that relate the parts to the whole to understand the multiple determinations of the research object. The data produced were coded and interpreted according to thematic axes based on the perceptions of the world learned in conversation circles, in the questionnaires and in the interviews. In the analysis it was found that the space of COOPERSSOL has been constituted as a place of dialogues, interactions, learning and propagation of a culture of transformation of the reality of each person and of collectively, the educational processes, of reflection lead to concrete actions of taking of awareness of responsibility and commitment to the productive groups of family, indigenous and quilombola agriculture, and to the solidarity economy, enabled the social production of knowledge, in a dialogical and dialectical process between popular and scientific knowledge. The analysis showed that the cooperative is a space for meeting, resistance and mobilization for people and in times of a pandemic with social distance they remained integrated, encouraged and in a movement of articulation and solidarity with each other. In vivid expression of the human values of solidarity, cooperation, mutual help, organization and resistance to external threats to political processes of self-organization. It is concluded that the subjects involved in this movement with whom we carried out the research are experiencing praxis that place them in contexts of action and transformation of themselves and the material historical reality in which they are inserted.

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  • ELENIZE VIEIRA FALCÃO
  • PACTO NACIONAL PELA ALFABETIZAÇÃO NA IDADE CERTA (PNAIC):  ANÁLISES DAS PRODUÇÕES LEVANTADAS NO PERÍODO DE 2015-2021

  • Orientador : ANGELA RITA CHRISTOFOLO DE MELLO
  • Data: 15/08/2022


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  • Esta dissertação intitulada Pacto Nacional pela Alfabetização na Idade Certa (PNAIC):  análises das produções levantadas no período de 2015-2021, se vincula à linha de pesquisa Formação de Professores, Políticas e Práticas Pedagógicas e ao Grupo de Estudo e Pesquisa de Formação Docente, Políticas e Práticas Educacionais (GEFOPE). O objetivo da pesquisa foi realizar o levantamento das produções sobre o Pacto Nacional pela Alfabetização na Idade Certa no período de 2015 a 2021, com vistas a analisar os desdobramentos desta política para a alfabetização e a formação continuada de professores alfabetizadores. Desenvolvemos uma investigação de abordagem qualitativa, com organizações descritivas e análises interpretativas. Para o levantamento das produções sobre o PNAIC a nível nacional, estadual (Mato Grosso) e regional (Vale do Arino/Juara), buscamos publicações nos Anais dos eventos da Associação Nacional de Pós-graduação e Pesquisa (ANPED), nacional e regional (Centro-Oeste), no Catálogo de Dissertações e Teses da Coordenadoria de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES), na Plataforma de Periódicos da CAPES e nos Trabalhos de Conclusão de Cursos (TCCs), encontrados na Secretaria Acadêmica do curso de Pedagogia, ofertado na Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso (UNEMAT), Câmpus Universitário de Juara. Após reunir as produções, constituímos um corpus documental e realizamos análises dos conteúdos em que destacamos aspectos dos resumos das dissertações e teses, dos artigos e TCCs. Como resultado a pesquisa apontou contribuições do PNAIC a nível nacional, estadual e regional para a formação do professor alfabetizador e para o processo de alfabetização, como também, assinalou críticas e apontou fragilidades. Dentre as críticas estão apontamentos pertinentes que incluíram a continuidade das políticas públicas para que possam aperfeiçoar suas ações, e, no caso da política analisada, ofertar formações aos professores alfabetizadores que se desdobrem em ações que consolidem o direito de todas as crianças se alfabetizarem no ciclo da alfabetização. Apesar dos limites destas políticas, que muitas vezes se alinhou aos interesses neoliberais, a maioria dos artigos, teses, dissertações e TCCs levantados e analisados, apontaram que o PNAIC foi uma política de formação continuada aprovada pela maioria dos perfis envolvidos na sua implementação.

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  • ALINE SILVA DE ASSIS
  • EMERGENCY REMOTE EDUCATION: THE CHALLENGES IN THE TERMINALITY OF BASIC EDUCATION AND THE IMPACT ON ENTRY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Orientador : FERNANDO CEZAR VIEIRA MALANGE
  • Data: 19/08/2022


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  • The research entitled Emergency Remote Teaching: The challenges in the terminality of Basic Education and the impact on Admission to Higher Education, was presented to the Graduate Program in Education - PPGEdu of the University of the State of Mato Grosso - UNEMAT, linked to the line of research Training of Teachers, Pedagogical Policies and Practices, correlated to the Research Group on Access and Permanence in Higher Education – GPAPES of UNEMAT. It aimed to understand the main challenges faced by students in the 3rd year of High School (EM) with the implementation of Emergency Remote Teaching (ERE) in the pandemic academic year of 2020 and what were the implications for entering Higher Education (ES) in Brazil. calendar year 2021. Thus, we used as a research method a case study with quantitative and qualitative approaches in the EE teaching unit “Onze de Março”, in the municipality of Cáceres, which only serves EM students. To support the research, a questionnaire with 36 questions was used as a data collection instrument, with 05 (five) open and 31 (thirty-one) closed, which addressed the socioeconomic profile, type of admission to higher education, type of HEI, courses , among other perspectives, being applied to 47 (forty-seven) students of the 52 entering the HE, regardless of the type of HEI (public or private) and the face-to-face, blended or distance learning modality, in the 2021 calendar year. Based on the references contained in the data from the EB Census, the Continuous Pnad (IBGE), reports prepared by the UN, UNESCO, UNICEF and other official sources, it was possible to perceive that the ERE had a direct impact, mainly on students enrolled in Basic Education ( EB) descendants of families belonging to social classes with lower purchasing power. Still, through the Normative Instructions, Ordinances, Decrees, as well as other official communications, it was noted a slowness on the part of the State in promoting some form of assistance to the school community, which contributed to this pandemic period increasing the social abyss even more. between the ruling class (elite) and the dominated class (workers).

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  • LILIANE PEREIRA DE SOUSA
  • “OS FEITOS E EFEITOS DO PROGRAMA INSTITUCIONAL DE INICIAÇÃO À DOCÊNCIA, NA FORMAÇÃO DE PEDAGOGAS E PEDAGOGOS NA UNEMAT, CAMPUS DE JUARA-MT”.

  • Orientador : ANGELA RITA CHRISTOFOLO DE MELLO
  • Data: 30/08/2022


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  • A presente pesquisa tem como tema as contribuições do Programa Institucional de Bolsa de Iniciação à Docência (Pibid), para a formação de professores alfabetizadores. Seu objetivo é analisar como aconteceram os desdobramentos das ações realizadas por meio dos subprojetos Pibid, da UNEMAT, curso de Pedagogia, campus de Juara, em relação ao processo de formação inicial e continuada de professores dos anos iniciais. Este objetivo pretende responder as seguintes questões problematizadoras: As ações realizadas pelos subprojetos Pibid, do curso de Pedagogia da UNEMAT, ofertado no campus de Juara, que incluiu a formação continuada realizada pelas coordenadoras de área mensalmente, favoreceram a formação inicial dos acadêmicos que desenvolveram suas atividades em salas de aulas dos anos iniciais do ensino fundamental, acerca das especificidades requeridas ao pedagogo para atuar nas turmas que compõem o fundamental I? Estas ações contribuíram com a formação continuada dos professores coordenadores de área e professores supervisores? Em quais dimensões? A pesquisa é orientada pela abordagem qualitativa, pautada nos pressupostos metodológicos do estudo de caso. Como procedimento técnico, adotou-se a pesquisa bibliográfica e a pesquisa de campo. Na pesquisa de campo foi realizado o levantamento de dados a partir de entrevistas estruturadas com o objetivo de analisar as contribuições do subprojeto Pibid, desenvolvido na UNEMAT, campus de Juara MT, curso de pedagogia, no processo de elaboração e reelaboração de conhecimentos inerentes ao processo de alfabetização e letramento de seis Coordenadoras, doze Professoras Supervisoras e quarenta e dois bolsistas de Iniciação à Docência (ID). Com esta pesquisa, foi possível compreender como o Pibid, enquanto uma política pública voltada para a formação inicial de professores, contribuiu no processo formativo de todos os participantes da pesquisa.

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  • VALÉRIA DE SOUZA SILVA
  • YOUTH AND ADULT EDUCATION (EJA) AT THE MADRE CRISTINA STATE SCHOOL: PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICES AND ASSOCIATIVE SELF-ORGANIZATION PROCESS.

  • Orientador : LAUDEMIR LUIZ ZART
  • Data: 30/08/2022


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  • The present study is the result of research carried out in the Postgraduate Program in Education of the University of the State of Mato Grosso - UNEMAT, in the line of research: Education and Diversity, with the theme "Education of Youth and Adults - EJA at Escola Estadual Madre Cristina: Pedagogical Practices and Associative Self-Organization Process”. The School is headquartered in the Roseli Nunes Settlement, and EJA's attached rooms in the Margarida Alves and Silvio Rodrigues settlements, both in the municipality of Mirassol. Its objective was: To understand how the pedagogical practices carried out in the classes of the EJA field of the Escola Estadual Madre Cristiana contribute to the formation as educational means for the process of associative self-organization, seeking to answer the question investigated in this research: How the pedagogical practices of the State School Does Mother Cristina take place in EJA classes in the Margarida Alves, Roseli Nunes and Silvio Rodrigues Settlements to guarantee the right to schooling of peasant youth and adults in the process of associative self-organization? This study was based on the following authors: Andaloussi (2004), Araújo (2012), Caldart (2012), Freire (2014; 2019), Gamboa (1988), Gadotti (2018) Ianni (1984), Leite (2013) ), Machado (2010), Manacorda (1991), Marx (2008), MST (1994; 1999; 2017), Sá, Molina (2012), Teixeira (2007), Thiollent (2002; 2019), Tiriba (2006; 2012), Vázquez (2007), Zart (2012; 2013). This is a research with a qualitative approach, with an epistemological perspective of action research aimed at transforming systematized knowledge from the reality and social production of knowledge of the subjects of search. Online conversation circles were held using the google meet application, a questionnaire and online and face-to-face interviews were also carried out with the appropriate distancing rules, with the use of masks and gel alcohol, to collect the data, which will be analyzed starting from the whole at parts to understand the multiple determinations of the research object. The data produced were analyzed according to the axes of analysis that constitute this research, having as an interpretative basis for analysis the circles of conversations, questionnaires and interviews. In the analysis it was found that from the MST social movement there was a transformation in the reality of each person and collectively, the struggle for land made possible more than land and housing, it made possible the social production of knowledge, the knowledge of letters and the world. The analysis showed that even settled people are on the move, the school is on the move fighting in defense of land and territory that is still in dispute for capital, suffering threats from agribusiness, pesticides, mining etc. We noticed a strong relationship between people and the school, the appreciation of the rural school where they learned to read and write, to organize themselves. We see human values present as solidarity, cooperation, associated work seeking the production of healthy food, which is a form of organization and resistance to the threats they suffer. It is concluded that the actors who participated in the research have a collective identity "landless" and are on the move fighting for rural education, for EJA, for the organization of peasants, for agroecology, for popular agrarian reform, for water , for life, and thus have a more just and solidary society.

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  • ROSANGELA GONÇALVES DA ROCHA SANTOS
  • A BIRD TOLD ME ABOUT THE ART OF TELLING AND ENCHANTING: STORY TELLING AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF WALDORF PEDAGOGY

  • Orientador : ROSELY APARECIDA ROMANELLI
  • Data: 12/09/2022


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The inspiration of this study is to understand the contribution of storytelling to the integral education of school-age children in the light of different theoretical approaches, in particular that of Waldorf Pedagogy. In addition, we seek to understand how teachers from the municipal public and private schools in the city of Cáceres/MT, as well as those from the Waldorf Livre Porto Cuiabá/MT school use storytelling as a tool to enhance the process of imagination, fantasy, personality formation, individuation through this art of enchantment. We engendered the discussions through the phenomenological-hermeneutic approach, based on Bicudo (2011). We provoke a discussion that permeates the historicity of the act of Telling Stories, as well as problematizing the social issues that concern the transgression of what is politically correct in children's literature. We bring up concepts about imagination and its relevance in the development of human personality. We resorted to Jung's Analytical Psychology (1938), to approach the importance of fairy tales and myths that are related not only with the personal unconscious, but also with the collective unconscious with the world of archetypal images. We support in Bruno Bettelheim (1980) the dialogues about his perception regarding the psychoanalysis of fairy tales and its importance for the integral development of the child. Finally, we present the contribution of Waldorf pedagogy, based on Anthroposophy, a science created by Rudolf Steiner. This choice was made, mainly due to the fact that this pedagogy has “Art” as its curricular basis, highlighting how expressive the Art of Storytelling is and also for prioritizing the holistic formation of human beings. In this sense, when analyzing the data, the results confirm the understanding of the contribution of storytelling to the integral education of school-age children through the perceptions of the researched subjects (teachers from the public school system of early childhood education and elementary education I / 1st year and from the private network of the city of Cáceres/MT and from the Escola Waldorf Livre Porto/Cuiabá teacher of the first septenum). Although, the teachers from the public and private spheres of Cáceres/MT who were interviewed appropriate the narrative of stories as a programmatic content resource, however, they believe in the contribution of the narratives of stories and other stories to the integral formation of school-age children. We then have the challenge of sharing the knowledge of Waldorf Pedagogy to the spaces of the public education system, in order to expand the perceptions of teachers in relation to narrating stories only for the process of literacy, reading, interpretation and text production, announcing that telling stories is beyond writing, it is for life. Following this path, telling stories is an art, an art of enchantment, the art of life. In this way, our specific objectives were answered, in relation to the problem that moved the research and the general objective, there is still another story to be built, to be told.

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  • FERNANDA TREVISAN
  • INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN PANDEMIC TIMES

  • Orientador : ROSELY APARECIDA ROMANELLI
  • Data: 14/09/2022


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This dissertation is part of the line of research Teacher Training, Policies and Pedagogical Practices, of the Graduate Program in Education – Masters in Education, at the Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso. Its central theme is "Inclusive Education in Pandemic Times". In this research, we sought to know how inclusive education happened in the period of the pandemic, in the city of Cáceres/MT. With the following guiding questions: how did inclusive education happen in a time of pandemic? What are the perspectives that parents and teachers have on the subject of this research and its importance for the process of social inclusion? This is a qualitative research, having as an approach the principles of hermeneutic phenomenology, based on Bicudo (1990, 2000, 2011). Documentary and bibliographic research were carried out for its development. As an instrument for data collection, a semi-structured interview was applied, and the result was later understood through the research subjects' reports. The research subjects were: 04 mothers and 03 teaching professionals, totaling 07 interviewees, who were characterized with codenames, in order to preserve their identities. The research has as theoretical reference, the main authors: Lucinda Dias (1995), Mantoan (2003; 2006), Morin (1998; 2003, 2011), Sassaki (1997; 2010), Stainback; Stainback (1999); Rosely Aparecida Romanelli (2015; 2017), as well as authors from other lines of thought who contributed to our research. With the research carried out, it was possible to identify that inclusive education still experiences difficulties of inclusion in face-to-face teaching, and with the pandemic, the excluding and segregationist process led to setbacks in the teaching/learning of all students, especially students with disabilities. With the end of the research, it is intended to encourage debates about the inclusion of children with disabilities in regular education and the appreciation of their abilities and potential, as well as to think of teaching strategies that are consistent with the real needs of each individual.

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  • LUCIANA SARNO PAGLIARINI
  • THE INFLUENCE OF WALDORF PEDAGOGY PRACTICES ON HUMAN DEVELOPMENT - A LOOK AT THE RUBICON

  • Orientador : ROSELY APARECIDA ROMANELLI
  • Data: 23/09/2022


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This research aimed to understand the influence of Waldorf pedagogy practices on human development, highlighting the support for the Rubicon crisis. The initial intention was to find out if this pedagogical proposal brings answers to the social needs of the emergence of a new model of human being capable of building improvements for the world from the strengthening of the "I" through the school reality. The context of the research took place in a class of the 4th year of Elementary School at a Waldorf school in the city of Cuiabá in the state of Mato Grosso. The participating subjects are three class teachers, two mothers and three students, all involved with the 4th year process. The collection was carried out through semi-structured interviews, as the research is qualitative. The theoretical contribution was based on Anthroposophy, a spiritual science developed by Rudolf Steiner that underlies the Waldorf pedagogy. His works: The art of education: the general study of man, a basis for pedagogy (1988), The healthy development of the human being (2008) The art of education II – Methodology and didactics in Waldorf teaching (1992), Contou- supported by authors within this approach such as Rosely Romanelli through her works A Pedagogia Waldorf -Cultura, Organization and Social Dynamics (2017) and A Pedagogia Waldorf - Formation Humana e Arte (2018); Rudolf Lanz Waldorf Pedagogy – Path to a more humane teaching (2005 ); Bernard Lievegoed Unraveling Growth (1994); Elaine Marasca: Health is learned, education is healing – From Waldorf Pedagogy to Salutogenesis (2009); Koepke The Child at Nine (2014); Tobias Richter Pedagogical Purpose and Teaching Goals of a Waldorf School (2002); FEWB – Federation of Waldorf Schools in Brazil – For the structure of teaching from 1st to 8th year in Waldorf Schools (1999). The methodological basis was guided by Hermeneutic Phenomenology with the author Viggiani Bicudo Phenomenology – confrontations and advances (2000) and Qualitative research – According to the phenomenological view (2011). The research contributions show the strengthening of children involved in the Rubicon crisis from the experience of the Waldorf Pedagogy curriculum practices, revealing that the schooling process promotes health from the development of an "I" that is directed towards self-reliance. Realization. It also revealed that this pedagogy is effective from the personal development of the teacher who involves students and families in the process. We found that the experience of the Waldorf school can favor the emergence of sensitive and active adults for the transformation of a new social reality.

2021
Dissertações
1
  • Lucas dos Reis Carvalho
  • EVALUATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION: AN ANALYSIS OF THE QUALITY OF UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION IN STATE AND FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES OF CENTRAL-WEST BRAZIL
  • Orientador : ELIZETH GONZAGA DOS SANTOS LIMA
  • Data: 24/05/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • Quality assessment policies are result of a construction process, with advances and setbacks, in which they sometimes figure as an emancipatory action, result of a collective construction, sometimes they yield to market exigency and reinforce the controlling, regulatory and authoritarian bias of the State. The evaluation of higher education is regulated by Law No. 10,861, of April 14, 2004, which determines the Sinaes guidelines, composed of institutional evaluation, evaluation of undergraduate courses and the performance of its students. In this assessment, the State uses quality indicators to assign concepts to undergraduate courses, these indicators are more directed to assess the final product. In this context, this study sought to analyze the quality of undergraduate teaching at public universities in the Midwest, as measured by MEC through the Conceito Enade, IDD and CPC, and their correlations with the quality indicators of the undergraduate teaching process discussed in the literature. For that, it was used as quanti-qualitative methodology, to build a production balance that, together with the literature and the legislation, helped in the construction of the quality indicators referenced in the process of graduation teaching. After this construction, were mapped concurrently the results of six public universities in the Midwest region of Brazil in the product indicators (used by Sinaes in the conceptualization of the courses) and in the built process indicators. Then, the results of these quality indicators were correlated by the Person coefficient. The results pointed to a divergent trend in 90.28% of the analyzes, only 7 out of 72 correlations were positive and significant. Therewith, reinforces the idea that the State should re-discuss its way of evaluating, to cover both the quality of the product and the quality of the undergraduate teaching process, leading higher education towards emancipation and social transformation, for that, one must understand the plurality of the sense of quality and that the evaluation based mostly on indicators and national exams does not reflect the real quality of the education offered. 

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  • MARCELO ROCHA MEIRA
  • IDENTIFICATION OF THE PROFILE OF STUDENTS WHO STAY IN UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF MATO GROSSO UNIVERSITY COURSES USING DATA MINING
  • Orientador : FERNANDO CEZAR VIEIRA MALANGE
  • Data: 07/07/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The research presents the theme of Permanence in Higher Education in order to identify which characteristics of the profile of students in undergraduate courses - on-site - at UNEMAT - University of the State of Mato Grosso - may be associated with their permanence in the courses. Therefore, it was decided to carry out a study of the profile of students who entered the UNEMAT for Vestibular 2013/2. The analysis was carried out with students from all campuses of the IES (Institution of Higher Education) covering a total of 1,774 students. Because there is a large amount of data, Data Mining (Data Mining) was used to group and classify students, and thus, the k-Means and Decision Tree algorithms were applied, which are composed of a set of calculations based on the statistics, being executed in an automated way. To represent the results, the precepts of descriptive statistics were used to quantify them and display them through graphs and tables. Thus, it was understood that the research has a quantitative character, but also a qualitative one, because when carrying out the process of associating the results obtained with research, in order to understand which permanence factors could be associated with these students, and complement the analysis using the qualitative analysis software WebQDA, the research was classified as quantity - qualitative, as it is a mixed-approach study. The results we presented in this research, provided the understanding of several relevant correlations, such as: whether the period attended by students in high school motivated or not the choice of the course period at the university; whether or not there is a family motivation that could influence the choice of the course; if there is a correlation between income and the need to work during the course, among others. With the development of the research and analysis of the results obtained, it was noticed that they contribute to the understanding of the correlation of the profile with the permanence in the on-site undergraduate courses at UNEMAT, and that the identified profile, whether by period or general, is very relevant, as it enables the adaptation or construction of permanence policies that provide students with access, permanence and completion of the course. 

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  • MIKE SANTAFÉ ZAMBRANO
  • OTHER AESTHETICS OF EXISTENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONS:
    possible practices in/from/with the Experimental Nucleus
    of Permaculture and Bioconstruction – NEPBIO - from Cáceres-MT.

  • Orientador : MARITZA MACIEL CASTRILLON MALDONADO
  • Data: 05/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The objective of this dissertation is to think of Environmental Education as an aesthetics of
    existence experienced in NEPBIO – Experimental Nucleus of Permaculture and
    Bioconstruction of Cáceres –, which constitutes the subjects who transit and participate in its
    workshops there. The question is: how discursive and non-discursive practices move in an
    institution of government of oneself and others, in relation to Environmental Education, and
    produce other aesthetics of existence, which go against the capitalistic project of society?
    Cartography, methodological inspiration for the research, is conceived as a composition of
    arranged maps permeated by encounters, affections, sensibilities, images, thoughts,
    sensitizations, potencies, forces, reverberations, etc. Thus, this dissertation proposed to
    compose maps, following NEPBIO's Environmental Education movements. The analyzes are
    carried out with inspiration from the archaeological-genealogical studies developed by
    Foucault, especially in relation to the concepts of: self-care, self-knowledge, governmentality,
    self-government, government of others, self-technology, aesthetics of existence. The concepts
    of Environmental Education and Permaculture are approached, also performing an
    archaeological-genealogical exercise. In the end, it is concluded that NEPBIO's Environmental
    Education practices can be conceived as aesthetics of other existences, in relation to that
    required by the capitalistic production model, promoting other "ways of being a subject" and
    other "ways of living": other aesthetics of existence.

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  • ENORÊ FARIA ARTIOLI
  • PROFILE OF FINISHING ACADEMICS, WITH AND WITHOUT RETENTION, IN
    2019/02 AT UNEMAT CAMPUS DE CACERES

  • Orientador : FERNANDO CEZAR VIEIRA MALANGE
  • Data: 19/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The present study discusses the policies of access and permanence to Education
    Superior, based on the undergraduate courses on the “Jane Vanini” campus of the
    Mato Grosso State University (UNEMAT). The research aims to analyze retention
    academic from the graduates in 2019/02, in order to debate the concepts, the
    incidence and interfering factors of this phenomenon. For this purpose, the profile of the
    graduates with and without retention based on the characteristics of sex, color, age, modality
    of admission, reservation of places and type of school. Thus, the search is classified as
    quantitative and qualitative, as it is a mixed-approach study and, in relation to the objectives
    specific, can be classified as descriptive. We also use document research,
    in which data were collected from the subjects in the Higher Education Census on the website of the
    National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (INEP), also in
    official pages of the Pro-Rectories and other sectors, on the UNEMAT website. to substantiate
    theoretically the work, the following authors were used in the balance of production: Castilla (2016),
    Nodari (2016), Grisa (2015), Pallavezini (2014), Manaut (2017), Santos (2015), Santos Júnior
    (2016), Schmitt (2016), in addition to researchers Borges, Lima and Malange (2018), Gentil and
    Santos (2016), Maciel, Lima and Gimenes (2015) among others. The results showed that, by
    make the correlation between the profile of retained and non-retained, it is observed that there is equivalence between
    the profiles, that is, in both groups there is a prevalence of women, of African descent, in the
    aged between 21 and 26 years old, with admission through reservation of places and from education
    public school high school. The difference was in the type of admission, as among the
    students with retention, the majority entered through the entrance exam and those without retention, through ENEM.

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  • CÁTIA APARECIDA MIGUEL FERNANDES
  • VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: THE PERCEPTION OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TEACHERS OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION IN THE PUBLIC NETWORK OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CÁCERES/MT
  • Orientador : MARIA DO HORTO SALLES TIELLET
  • Data: 23/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This dissertation, entitled "Violence against children and adolescents: the perception of biological science teachers in public elementary schools in the city of Cáceres/MT", aims to understand the perception of Biological Science teachers and pedagogical actions of state and municipal public schools in Cáceres-MT, in the fight against Sexual Violence against children and adolescents (VCCA), especially the problem related to sexual violence. Its theme is violence against children and adolescents (VCCA), aiming to analyze the discourse of Biological Science teachers, from public schools in Cáceres-MT, on violence that affects students, the role of the school and the teaching of Biological Sciences, specifically on the issue of sexual violence against children and adolescents (VSCA). Initially, a survey was carried out in the database of the Brazilian Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (BDTD), in the time frame from 2010 to 2019, using the descriptors: "violence against children and adolescents" and "sexual violence". For data collection, documental sources and interviews with the Biological Sciences teachers of the investigated schools were used. The Guardian Council registry book, made by schools, in the last five years, on reported cases of violence against children and adolescents and cases of sexual violence enabled the identification of the neighborhood with the highest incidence and, consequently, the schools, defining them as places to search. Two public schools were selected and are located in southeastern districts of the city of Cáceres/MT, being identified by pseudonyms. Also as a documental source, access was requested to the registration notebooks, the political pedagogical project and the continuing education project of the selected schools, and access to the lesson plan and annual planning of the Biological Sciences teachers. Interviews were carried out in the universe of Biological Sciences teachers from the two selected schools, totaling four interviewed subjects. For the systematization and analysis procedure, we used Maria Aparecida Bicudo's phenomenological method. Through the units of meaning and meaning of significant subjects, we emphasize the research process on the role of the school in confronting violence against children and adolescents, and the teaching of Biological Sciences on the issue of sexual violence. Given the report of significant subjects, we can analyze that they treat the topic "sexual violence" as a complex and controversial issue to work as content in the Biological Sciences discipline, but emphasize that sexual education can contribute to the knowledge of students about the prevention of sexual violence. Teachers work with sexual violence spontaneously, when students learn of any case of sexual violence at school, this is the right time to address the subject in the classroom. 

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  • ELAINE FERNANDA MARTINS MAMORE
  • LIMITS AND BORDERS OF IMMIGRANT YOUNG AND ADULT EDUCATION: NARRATIVES OF BOLIVIAN TEACHERS/ES (DE CÁCERES) AND EDUCATORS

  • Orientador : WALDINEIA ANTUNES DE ALCANTARA FERREIRA
  • Data: 23/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The present research aims to understand what the teachers' perception of the CEJA “Prof. Milton Marques Curvo in Cáceres”-MT think of Bolivian students and also to observe how they develop their pedagogical practices: What are the perceptions of the CEJA “Prof. Milton Marques Curvo in Cáceres-MT” about the educated Bolivian students and how do they develop their pedagogical practices? To this end, a discussion is held regarding the cultures and identities manifested in border spaces, multiculturalism and interculturalism in the construction of pedagogical practices that lead to an intercultural education. This research was organized as a case study based on the phenomenological approach. The participants were teachers who work at the Youth and Adult Education Center Prof. Milton Marques Curvo and Bolivian students enrolled at the Center. The data was collected through bibliographic sources, documents, and unstructured interviews. The results showed that the participants perceive the existing cultural differences, that the school space lives the border multiculturalism, but the professionals present difficulties in developing intercultural pedagogical practices, perhaps due to the lack of training that develops the intercultural theme. It is also evident the need to implement existing public policies aimed at the access of foreign immigrants to education, and to generate an inclusive access, with intercultural pedagogical practices.

7
  • DOMINIQUE STEFANY GOMES DOS SANTOS
  • PERMISSIONS AND INTERDICTIONS: EDUCATION AND GENDER RELATIONS IN RURAL SETTLEMENTS ON THE BRAZIL-BOLÍVIA FRONTIER.

  • Orientador : SANDRO BENEDITO SGUAREZI
  • Data: 24/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This dissertation is part of an investigation in the field of education, in the thematic field of gender studies with peasant women and men from rural settlements located on the Brazil-Bolivia border, in the municipality of Cáceres-MT. The research problem consisted in understanding: how are educational practices concerning the gendering processes in social relations between women and men constituted in rural settlements? The general objective was to analyze the gendering educational processes of women and men (the permitted and the prohibited) in their social relations in/from the countryside on the Brazil-Bolivia Border. The theoretical basis was based on the concepts of territory and border by authors Saquet and Gallo (2010); Ferreira and Suttana (2012); Garcia (2017); Haesbaert (2020). Rural Education in the authors Caldart (2008, 2010); Molina and Freitas (2011). Throughout the dissertation, an attempt was made to establish a dialogue with the concepts of Social and Sexual Division of Labor by the authors Rua and Abramovay (2000); Kergoat (2009); Korol (2016); Federici (2018). Gender and Patriarchy with authors Scott (1995); Louro (1997, 2001, 2008); Hooks (2017, 2019); Tiburi (2018). The methodological path followed the qualitative research approach according to Minayo (1994) and the descriptive research type based on Gil (2008). A field research was carried out and, regarding the data collection technique, we adopted a semi-structured interview with peasant women who live and (re)exist in the territory of settlements on the Brazil-Bolivia border. As a strategy to face the COVID-19 pandemic context, we built the research sample using the snowball technique (VINUTO, 2014). The fieldwork consisted of interviews with 11 peasants, 8 women and 3 men, through the Google Meet platform, and the analytical procedure took place through narrative analysis (DUARTE, 2004). Thus, we identified that this field is configured as a territory of reproduction and peasant resistance. The results indicate that there is a division and differentiation between genders, in which work in the house is assigned to women and work in the fields is assigned to men. It is recognized that there are women present in farm functions, but their work is seen as “help” to men and an extension of domestic work, therefore unpaid. These distinctions also permeate the relationships established within the schools and leisure spaces in the settlements, through naturalized views on gender relations that make women invisible. The study sought to question these established limiting power structures and proposes a dialogue on the subject in training and education spaces. Education includes the potential for the exchange of different perspectives, for new learning on the way to crossing, perhaps transcending, frontiers of thoughts and practices that are considered definitive and excluding. The role of research participants was perceived, in addition to the questions causing their reflection on the issue, they were committed to bringing other people to answer the survey, highlighting the need to dialogue more about the theme with the school, with the community and with society, in the sense of recognizing and valuing the people, mainly the women of that territory.

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  • GUILHERME RAMOS TEODORO
  • THE COMMON NATIONAL CURRICULUM BASE IN THE STATE EDUCATION SYSTEM OF MATO GROSSO AND ITS RELATIONSHIPS WITH BUSINESS REFORM MOVEMENTS IN BRAZILIAN EDUCATION

  • Orientador : MARILDA DE OLIVEIRA COSTA
  • Data: 24/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The aim of this paper is to understand how the new curricular proposals for the state of Mato Grosso, specifically kindergarten, elementary, and middle education National Curricular Common Base (BNCC), and Curriculum Reference Document (DRC-MT) are aligned with business reforms for education. This research is based on the construction of documents from the BNCC in the state of Mato Grosso and its possible impacts on public elementar education. Through bibliographic research, it aims to establish a relation between decoloniality and dialectical and historical materialism, thus seeking to deconstruct colonialism and to strengthen decoloniality. Therefore, the research issue is centered on the understanding of the construction of the DRC-MT through BNCC’s influences, seeking to analyze neoliberal policies influences. The field research was carried out through a semi-structured interview script with collaboration from the main subjects of politics making, except those from the private sector such as the Movimento pela Base. It addresses themes on public educational policies and the relation between neoliberalism and colonialism, seeking careful dialogues about the construction of public educational policies and the racialized logic present in neoliberal and colonialist strategies. The results show that there are Strong relationships between Brazilian public educational policies and the neoliberal and colonialist logic, with the last public policies being accused of being part of a package of business reforms for national education.

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  • MARILEIDE DO CARMO AMORIM ARRUDA
  • EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION OF PANTANEIRA CHILDREN IN THE QUILOMBOLA DO CHUMBO COMMUNITY IN POCONÉ - MT
  • Data: 24/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The present research, entitled "Children's Education of Pantaneira Children in the Quilombola Community of Chumbo de Poconé - MT" aims to understand the meanings of specific pedagogical relationships to the development of the constitution of collective Pantaneira/Quilombola identity of children enrolled in the Children's Education Center Vovó Theophilia. It sought to identify which elements of quilombola and Pantanal culture children from early childhood education experience in their daily lives and how they are meant in the development of pedagogical practices. It assumes that Early Childhood Education is a right for all Brazilian children from 0 to 6 years of age. The qualitative approach research, in the theoretical-methodological perspective “Meanings Network” (ROSSETTI-FERREIRA et. All. 2004) was carried out at the Vovó Teófila Child Education Center in the Quilombola do Chumbo Community in the municipality of Poconé-MT, in the period of February to October 2020, divided into three complementary stages: participant observation with records in a field notebook, footage and photographs; analysis of the Pedagogical Political Project of the Child Education Institution; and conducting interviews with teachers, pedagogical coordinator, school director, pedagogical support professionals and community elders. The research subjects were the director, pedagogical coordinator, teachers, administrative support staff, 128 children from kindergarten, 03 community elders. The main theorists who made possible the weaving of a network of meanings attributed to early childhood education of quilombola/pantaneira children were: Bakhtin (1981, 1997, 1999), Barbosa (2008), Blabla (1998), Castilho (2011, 2019), Ceswell (2010), Charlot (2000, 2011, 2013), Ferreira (2014), Freire (1996, 2000, 2006), Hall (2006), Libâneo (2008), Minayo (2010), Moura (1997), Munanga (2006 ), Pasuch (2005, 2012), Piaget (1987), Tiriba (2016, 2018), Valsiner (1987,1997). Vygotsky (1991; 1993), Wallon (in Werebe & NadelBrulfert,1986), and, National Curriculum Guidelines for Early Childhood Education (2009), Common National Curriculum Base (2018), National Curriculum Guidelines for Quilombola Education (2012), Curriculum Guidelines Nationals for the Education of Ethnic-Racial Relations and for the teaching of Afro-Brazilian and African History and Culture (2009). The information shows us how important it is to work diversity with children in early childhood education so that from an early age they feel loved, love each other and begin to develop a sense of belonging as well as respect for their origin and identity. The community's concern and collective struggle for public policies that guarantee quality early childhood education for all children enrolled in quilombola schools is noticeable. This research is of great social and academic relevance, it will greatly contribute to future research on quilombola childhood education. 

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  • EVELYN OLIVEIRA CARDOSO SANTOS
  • POPULAR EDUCATION: ACCOUNTING AS A TOOL FOR CONSOLIDATION OF SELF-MANAGEMENT IN THE COOPERATIVE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS IN TANGARÁ DA SERRA - COOPERTAN

  • Orientador : SANDRO BENEDITO SGUAREZI
  • Data: 25/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The objective of this research is to analyze the accounting in Solidarity Economic Enterprises (EES). Despite advances after the Federal Constitution of 1988, legislation, legal frameworks, the Brazilian Accounting Standards (NBCs) and the Brazilian Technical Accounting Standards (NBCT), in Brazil, generally serve the interests of large corporations and companies related to the hegemonic market logic. In this context, the research problem that arises is how the appropriation of accounting knowledge by workers who are members of cooperatives of collectors of recyclable materials occurs. Still, how does the participation of these workers in the accounting management process of EES occur; what is the importance of accounting in the construction of transparency for the realization of self-management in cooperatives. The general objective of the investigation is to analyze how the appropriation of accounting knowledge by the workers/members of COOPERTAN takes place in the cooperative's self-management process. The research subjects are the Recyclable Material Collectors of the Recyclable Material Production Cooperative of Tangará da Serra - COOPERTAN, represented by their leaders, technicians from the Incubator of Self-Managed, Solidarity and Sustainable Collective Organizations - IOCASS and the cooperative's accountant. COOPERTAN is organized by the principles of Solidarity Economy (ES) and by the principles of cooperativism and has been incubated by IOCASS since its creation. The conceptual theoretical contribution that supported the analysis revolved around the themes of Popular Education and Solidarity Economy. Through a dialogic process of investigation, a close interaction between the researched subjects and the researcher was sought, in order to understand and apprehend the view of these subjects about the process of appropriating accounting knowledge in a self-managed organization. It is a qualitative, descriptive research, based on a case study. This study is based on participatory research, document research, semi-structured questionnaires and in-depth interviews and content analysis, supported by the Iramuteq software, which allowed basic lexicographic analysis and the processing of textual statistical analyses, which generated five analytical classes : administrative organization; self-managed cooperativism; governance; accounting demands; Training/Education. Based on these classes, three analytical categories were created: a) Popular Education: formation and appropriation of knowledge; b) Self-managed cooperatives; and c) Resilience: the struggle to consolidate the Self-Management process at COOPERTAN. The results show that the COOPERTAN Cooperative Members, despite not having received training and technical-scientific accounting knowledge, appropriated the minimum knowledge of accounting, based on the basic training offered by the incubator's technicians. Although basic, this knowledge allowed the participation in the cooperative management, thus, the daily challenge demanded that these workers, together, build possibilities of dialoguing and learning with the technicians, the accountant and the other partners. It was evident that the greatest appropriation occurred around the process of participation in accountability, in the collective exercise of overcoming everyday problems. It was also found that the most significant learning occurred in the process of building self-management. In this way, limits such as internal organizational problems, lack of specific technical-scientific training, deficiency of accounting professionals, in relation to the mastery of accounting techniques linked to self-managed cooperativism, were overcome, especially by the resilience of the cooperative members in not giving up of the collective organization process. It is concluded, therefore, that the Collectors are making self-management a process, which teaches not only to appropriate accounting knowledge, but also to overcome the hegemonic vision imposed by the capitalist system.

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  • JUCÉLIA VIEIRA DA SILVA
  • THE CONTINUOUS FORMATION OF THE PEDAGOGICAL COORDINATION OF THE
    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: A DIALOGICAL AND COLLABORATIVE EXPERIENCE
    IN PRIMAVERA DO LESTE - MT

  • Data: 25/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The present dissertation of Master in Education aims to analyze the constitutive relationships
    of the continuous education process specific for the Pedagogical Coordination of the Municipal
    Schools of Early Childhood Education of Primavera do Leste – MT. The question that ran
    through the research was: How the constitutive relationships of the formative process can to
    collaborate for the construction of the professional identity of the Pedagogical Coordination?
    The research is based on the need to offer the specific continuous education for the Pedagogical
    Coordination in Early Childhood Education schools, this one that is the articulator of the
    Pedagogical Proposal of the school, responsible for the continuous education of teachers and
    contributing to the consolidation of the Early Childhood Education Policy of the city of
    Primavera do Leste. The locus of the research was the continuous education group of the
    Pedagogical Coordination of Early Childhood Education.The research had the participation of
    21 subjects, being 16 Pedagogical Coordinators of the EMEI, 3 Pedagogical Coordinators and
    1 Coordinator of the Formation of the SME and the Municipal Secretary of Education of the
    city. The methodology for data analysis is supported by the theoretical-methodological
    perspective of the Meanings Network (ROSSETTI-FERREIRA et al., 2004), of the qualitative
    type, based on the need for a formative process built with the subjects, in a process of dialogic
    relationship (BAKHTIN, 2006) and on the assumptions of "Collaborative Research"
    (DESGAGNÉ, 2017). In moments that complement each other in Bibliographic Research and
    Documentary Research. The empirical research was carried out at different and complementary
    moments that began with the meeting with an invitation to the subjects. Then, the constitution
    of a specific study group for the Pedagogical Coordination of the EMEI in moments of studies,
    discussions and reflections. With the collaboration of the subjects, the formative needs were
    raised, studied in 6 formative meetings, constituting the records in "Field Diary"
    (FALKEMBACH, 1987), of the speeches and listening of the subjects, complemented with the
    interviews. The meetings and interviews were recorded using a virtual platform video recorder
    and a voice recorder. The theoretical interlocutors were organized as follows: to dialogue about
    Early Childhood Education we base ourselves on: Barbosa (2009 and 2016); Oliveira (2009
    and 2010), Pasuch (2005 and 2012), Rossetti-Ferreira et al. (2004); about continuous education
    Freire (2001 and 2002), Imbernón (2011 and 2016) and Nóvoa (2007); in relation to the
    Pedagogical Coordination Placco (2003), Placco, Souza and Almeida (2012), Vasconcelos
    (2009 and 2019) among others. At the same time, deepened the studies in the documents of the
    DCNEI (2009) and on PMEI/PVA (2016). Data analysis reveals that most professionals, when
    they assume the Pedagogical Coordination, do not have experience or specific prior formation
    that contributes to the development of the function. The subjects participating in the research
    apprehend the need for specific formation for their role, those who are in the process of
    internalizing the conceptions of Early Childhood Education and with difficulties and insecurity
    to conduct pedagogical practices in EMEI. We can affirm that the construction of their identity
    gains meanings in a specific formative process for the function, in a space of dialogic and
    collaborative relationships that consider the individual and collective histories of the subjects,
    where they build meanings of their own professional identity.

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  • JULIANA GARCIA RIGOLIN
  • TEACHING PRACTICE IN THE POMERI SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX
  • Orientador : MARIA DO HORTO SALLES TIELLET
  • Data: 25/08/2021


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  • This research, entitled “Teaching practice in the Pomeri Socio-educational Complex”, aims to analyze the objectives of socio-education perceived by teachers from Meninos do Futuro State School in their teaching practice; to think over the challenges pertinent to the teaching-learning process for socio-education; to list the objectives pointed out by teachers, in their teaching plans, which design socio-education; to know the perception of teachers regarding the connexion between teaching-learning process and socio-education. We look for an answer to the question: are the goals of socio-education perceived by the teachers of Meninos do Futuro State School, from Cuiabá Socio-educational Complex (Pomeri) in their teaching practice? This research is descriptive with a qualitative approach. This work is supported by the following authors: Guralh (2010), Lira (2017), Freitas (2017), Andrade (2017), Albuquerque (2019), among others dealing with socio-education and its real importance in pedagogical practice in the context of Socio-educational Units. In order to develop this research, we used the ensuing data collection sources: I) interview on agenda with teachers; and II) documentary source. Research site was Meninos do Futuro State School (EEMF) from Cuiabá Socio-Educational Service Center – Pomeri Complex. We chose four teachers from the EEMF, who have been working at the school unit for more than a year. Each question or interview agenda resulted in the following categories: profile of teenagers in conflict with the Law: Training and practice; Teaching-learning and socio-education; and Adolescents and pedagogical actions. What matters in the socio-educational system is to enable offenders to return to society, with a perspective of the future, overcoming the infractions that may have brought them into confrontation with the community. For such overcomings, education is invested, both outside the system and within the socio-educational system. In education outside the socio-educational system, it is hoped that school and society will protect children and adolescents, so that they, in a vulnerable situation, are not co-opted by crime. And education within the system enables them and empowers them so that they do not relapse. Socio-education as a pedagogical action is not documented, because the diary is ready and it just needs to be filled in, so it is believed that the method of acting differently in the classroom presents itself as discourse, and not methodologically structured. In the Political Pedagogical Project of the EEMF it was also not possible to identify that methodology, pedagogical actions would be focused on aspects of socio-education. The teacher must be a mediator of the teaching and learning process, being responsible for planning the didactic situations, selecting and creating good teaching resources, evaluating and resizing teaching, providing necessary information, encouraging socially acceptable behaviors, managing school time and space, a situation that is in the process of being understood and implemented at EEMF of the Pomeri Complex. 

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  • LAURA CATALINA FERRO CORREDOR
  • WOMEN IN MOVEMENT: TRAINING PROCESSES AND ASSUMPTION AS SUBJECTS OF RIGHTS.

  • Orientador : HELOISA SALLES GENTIL
  • Data: 25/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The historical, cultural, political, economic and social context of Colombia has led the population to a life marked by all kinds of violence, including those against the basic rights of women.

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  • BRUNA BORGES DA VEIGA
  • TEACHING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAJECTORIES IN THE CONTEXT OF UNIVERSITY PEDAGOGY: NARRATIVES OF TEACHERS TRAINING THE FULL LICENSING COURSE IN MATHEMATICS AT UNEMAT/CACERES

  • Orientador : LORIEGE PESSOA BITENCOURT
  • Data: 26/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This dissertation is part of the research line Teacher Education, Policies and Pedagogical Practices, of the Graduate Program in Education - PPGEdu - Master in Education, of the State University of Mato Grosso - UNEMAT, whose central theme is University Pedagogy and, in it, the Professional Development of the University Faculty. The thematic axes of foundation, with the respective main theoretical assumptions were: University Pedagogy - Franco and Krahe (2003); Wedge (2006); Soares (2009); Bolzan and Isaia (2010); Bitencourt (2014); Fávero and Pazinato (2014); Ribeiro (2018) and Galvão (2019); University Teaching - Zabalza (2007); Soares and Cunha (2010); Bitencourt (2014); Fávero and Pazinato (2014); Pepper and Anastasiou (2014); Franco (2016) and Sordi (2019); Professional Development - Marcelo Garcia (1999; 2009); Bitencourt (2014); Selbach (2015); Zabalza (2007); Fiorentini and Crecci (2013); Towers (2014); and, Narratives - Jovchelovitch and Bauer (2010); Paiva (2008); Cunha (1997); Dewey (1979); Josso (2004); Connelly and Clandinin (2015); between others. The research question is: How does the constitutive professional development of University Pedagogy emerge in the narratives of university professors of the Full Licentiate Degree in Mathematics at UNEMAT/Cáceres over the course of three decades in the process of teacher education? And the general objective is to understand the trajectories of professional development of university professors of the Full Licentiate Degree in Mathematics at UNEMAT/Cáceres, in the context of University Pedagogy in three decades. The research, with a qualitative approach, of an explanatory nature, characterized as a case study, encompassed the procedures of bibliographic, documentary and field research. For the production of data, semi-structured interviews were carried out, composing the narratives. The data produced were categorized and analyzed based on Bardin's (1977) content analysis technique. The research sample, the participating professors, was defined using the Snowball method, according to Vinuto (2014). The results of the document analysis highlighted the organizational, structural and historical contexts of the institution and the course, the research scenario, comprising the institutional development of UNEMAT/Cáceres and in it the Full Licentiate Degree in Mathematics. From the teachers' narratives, it is clear that thinking about the professional development trajectory of university teachers is to think about the various activities developed by these subjects throughout their professional performance, contemplating the inseparable triad: teaching, research and extension, in addition to management university. To understand the processes that permeate the professional development of teachers and their University Pedagogy, in addition to investigating and reflecting on the experiences of the course of action, it is necessary to take a look at their formative trajectory, which begins before graduation, as a student of basic education, the subject is already creating, in his imagination, what he is, represents and behaves like a teacher. Thus, it is understood that, throughout their training, subjects are constituted through significant experiences, which provoke and provide them with the constitution, in practice, of their knowledge, but this knowledge is subject to changes and resignifications, therefore, professional teacher development is a training process that never ends.

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  • FABIANE DELUQUE VIANA
  • ANIMATED CARTOON IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT: THE WALDORF PEDAGOGY LOOK.

  • Orientador : ROSELY APARECIDA ROMANELLI
  • Data: 26/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This dissertation is part of the line of research Teacher Training, Policies and Pedagogical Practices, of the Graduate Program in Education – Masters in Education, at the Universidade do Estado de Mato Grosso, its theme is Cartoon in child development. It is also part of the Waldorf Pedagogy Research Group, registered with the DGP-CNPq, in the project The influence of the media on the cognitive development of children and young people. The northern problem of the investigation was: How can the cartoon question of the child and inhibit the development? As a general objective, it is intended to verify the development of the influence of the media and the cartoon in childhood, identifying the factors that can affect the first effects in the child's development process. The dissertation was structured from the accomplishment of a qualitative research, with the production of comprehensive analysis and phenomenological approach. The data collection instruments were semi-structured, interview wheel and observation of four videos available on the YouTube platform referring to Waldorf Pedagogy in relation to child development. The analysis was based on Bicudo (2000; 2011). Throughout the development it was observed that the theoretical foundations of Waldorf Pedagogy through the Buddmeier phenomenon (2007) of the author's 2010 research, portrayed the effects that involvement the media, affecting the human being, mainly portrayed the effects that involvement the media, affecting the human being, especially the report of the child's integral development. With the accomplishment of the research, the screen of the cartoons is presented, that the child develops and different possibilities of experiencing its senses, from people who live with people, in addition to the imitation of characters, interfering with playing and in the imagination, vital, pure and true function that emerges from the child. The harnessed data indicate that cartoons can generate healthy development, making healthy development impossible.

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  • PEDRO THIAGO LOPES RODRIGUES
  • (THINKING):
    Institutions (d) and affects in school spacetime

  • Orientador : MARITZA MACIEL CASTRILLON MALDONADO
  • Data: 26/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • In this paper I discuss and try to problematize some modes of subjectivation present in school
    timespaces. Starting from personal narratives and going through narratives of adolescents
    existent in the school context or recent graduates, teachers from public schools of Basic
    Education and also from State Universities and Federals through a course called Abnormals, I
    try to map the floors washed to transfigure them into fluffy, airy. While I try to build the
    research, I face the emergence of a Covid-19 pandemic and how the coexistence with this
    disease unraveled ways of subjectivation that were noticed as fatal to some professionals. Then
    demonstrating some difficulties encountered, I look into Foucauldian studies for elements to
    visualize the school's configurations and then think about possible reorganizations of
    educational work. In dialogues with Deleuze, Fischer, Gallo, Hur, Kohan, Larossa, Masschelein
    and Simons, Maldonado and Veiga-Neto I find loopholes to think and enhance the managing
    of the life-school relations, also looking at non-formal curricular constitutions, but evident in
    the corridors, coordinations, directorates, secretariats and teachers rooms. From these
    cartographic essays I try to think of other professional ethics and aesthetics, in education and
    life skills as well.

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  • SAMARA ASSUNÇÃO VALLES JORGE
  • IDEB AND GOAL 7 OF THE NATIONAL EDUCATION PLAN (2014-2021):
    EFFECTS ON THE EDUCATION SYSTEM IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF CÁCERES-MT

  • Orientador : MARILDA DE OLIVEIRA COSTA
  • Data: 26/08/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The research aimed to identify and understand the initiatives that the municipality of Cáceres
    has developed to meet the IDEB and target 7 of the PNE 2014-2024. It is a qualitative,
    documental and bibliographical research, having as locus the Municipal Education Department
    of Cáceres - SME; it consisted of conducting a semi-structured interview applied to the subjects
    who participated in the elaboration, monitoring and evaluation of the Municipal Plan of Cáceres
    and monitoring the implementation of programs by private organizations by the SME, aimed at
    achieving the IDEB and improving the educational quality of the municipal network. , analyzed
    in the light of Bardin's (1979) content analysis. Among the authors selected for the
    methodological theoretical contribution that supported the analyses, the following stand out:
    dialectical research (GAMBOA, 2006; CURY, 2000); crises of capital and alternatives to
    overcome it, conception and role of the State after neoliberal reforms (NETTO, 2012;
    MESZÁROS, 2002, 2011; CHESNAIS, 2009, 2013; COSTA, 2011, 2019; LIBÂNEO;
    OLIVEIRA; TOSCHI 2012; ANDERSON, 1995; BORÓN, 1999; POCHMANN, 2013, 2017),
    on Neodevelopmentalism in Brazil (CÊPEDA, 2012;, FIORI, 2019), Quality and educational
    evaluation (GENTILI, 1996), (FREITAS, 2018), (SORDI, 2012), Educational planning and
    national plans (FONSECA, 2013; FERREIRA, 2013; DOURADO, 2010, 2011, 2019) ,
    Privatization of the curriculum (ADRIÃO, 2009, 2016, 2018). Documents relating to the
    preparation and approval of the Municipal Education Plan of Cáceres - PME were analyzed, as
    well as monitoring and evaluation processes in 2017. We sought to investigate the relationship
    with the goal of quality proposed in the National Education Plan - PNE (2014-2024) and the
    actions of the SME. The results found so far indicate that the approval of the PME occurred
    through clashes, vetoes and conflicts, and that the SME, in the name of educational quality
    focused on improving the indicators, has opted for the privatization of the curriculum and
    management of the municipal network. of teaching, by adopting the material used in early
    childhood education by the company Positivo and the advice on school management by the
    Aviva Escola project, by the company Falconi. In addition to accountability politics by
    approving municipal laws No. 2.694, on October 9, 2018 and No. 2.700, on October 29, 2018,
    making the school and teaching work responsible for learning and quality of education. Such
    initiatives have been strengthening the educational market to the detriment of democratic local
    school management and the right to knowledge via a diversified curriculum; the municipality
    seeks to meet SME's Target 7, that is, reach the projected IDEB by 2021, through the imposition
    and execution of projects external to the local reality, of a neotechnicist character, in order to
    contribute to the privatization of education.

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  • JOSE GERALDO DA SILVA
  • ARTICULATED ACTION PLAN, TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND ITS IMPACTS IN THREE MUNICIPALITIES IN BAIXADA CUIABANA
  • Orientador : MARILDA DE OLIVEIRA COSTA
  • Data: 05/11/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The general objective of this research, entitled “Plan of Articulated Actions, technical and financial support from the Ministry of Education and its impacts on three cities in Baixada Cuiabana”, is to understand the planning and monitoring of three cycles of the “Plan of Articulated Actions” (PAR) in the cities of Planalto da Serra, Poconé and Rosário Oeste, and their impacts on the financial support, the collaborative governance regime, school facilities and quality of education in those cities’ education networks. The specific objectives are: to check and analyze how much has been spent on education; to identify PAR projects that have been implanted and executed; to know the cooperation agreements set up through PAR; and to analyze whether they have contributed to the improvement of the results of the Basic Education Development Index (IDEB). PAR is a strategy of technical and financial support that emerged from the “All and Everyone for Education Plan”, established by Decree 6.094/2007 and grounded on the “Education Development Plan” by means of collaborative governance regime among the federated entities. This qualitative research comprises the analysis of official documents and semi-structured interviews applied to 11 subjects working in the area of education management from 2007 to 2019 in those three priority cities in Baixada Cuiabana. Data have been organized in accordance with the content analysis by Bardin (2011), in the light of the theoretical references adopted in this study. Along the research, documentary data on IDEB, financial investments, income and expenses were used, as well as the interviews with the subjects. The theoretical foundation has included Boron (1995, 2003), Costa (2010, 2011, 2015, 2018, 2019), Adrião & Peroni (2005), Freitas (2005, 2009, 2013), Saviani (2007), Camini (2009, 2010) Adrião (2008) and Souza (2010, 2012). The study presents the education system in the state of Mato Grosso, the implementation of PAR in the priority cities, the characteristics of education in and history of the cities of Planalto da Serra, Poconé and Rosário Oeste, financial survey (income and expenses), indexes and number of enrollments. The research results have pointed out that the planning of PAR actions was fulfilled as stated in the contract of adhesion. Regarding the agreements signed with MEC deriving from PAR to improve the quality of education, several actions had an impact, such as the investments in Child Education, which, besides improving the school facilities, enabled the enrollment of more children due to the construction of ProInfância nursery school units. As to the Elementary School, sport courts were built, school buses were bought, and the school setting was enhanced through the obtainment of furniture and HVAC equipment, thus providing better service conditions and advancement in the IDEB goal projected for the early grades. On the other hand, investments in pedagogical practices and education were minimal. The collaborative governance regime was achieved, but it should be strengthened with the participation of the federal entities. 

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  • DANIEL VASCONCELOS DE ARRUDA
  • THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PUBLIC POLICIES FOR YOUTH AND ADULTS IN CAMPO EDUCATION: THE PROTAGONISM OF CAMPO SUBJECTS THROUGHOUT NATIONAL HISTORY FROM A BIBLIOGRAPHIC REVIEW
  • Orientador : ODIMAR JOAO PERIPOLLI
  • Data: 11/11/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This study is the result of the learning process experienced in the Graduate Program in Education - PPGEdu - UNEMAT, from 2019 to 2021 It is in line with the Research Line "Education and Diversity", and it is named "The implementation of public policies for young people and adults in rural education: the protagonism of rural subjects throughout national history, based on a bibliographical review", and aims to answer the following problem-question: What do the theoretical references and legal texts, when it comes to the implementation of public policies for young people and adults under rural education throughout national history and what is the role of rural subjects in the making of those policies? It had as main goal comprehending the implementation of Public Policies for the Education of Youth and Adults in the environment of rural education and the role of rural subjects in the construction of those policies throughout national history. The work itself presents thoughts on public policies for Rural Education, from its historical context, indicating the evolutionary process of the Education of Youth and Adults (EJA), while problematizing governmental actions towards subjects and schools from Rural Areas. The research is characterized as bibliographical and documentary and the data collection means adopted were theses, dissertations, articles, and legal documents, general and specific for Brazilian education, EJA and Rural Areas Education. The study reinforces the importance of EJA, Rural Education and their subjects as agents of change. It indicates an evolution, when considering the construction of specific policies for rural education, and for Education of Youth and Adults (EJA) in recent years, which have been the target of many governmental actions and programs. This study also highlighted the importance of the struggle and demands of subjects who live and resist in rural areas, and the mobilization of social movements in those achievements, once they are result of the protagonism of those subjects and movements in the making of public policies, directed to both EJA and the education of rural areas. 

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  • OSCAR ANTONIO DE OLIVIERA
  • STREET PEOPLE IN THE CITY OF CACERES/MT, THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH SCHOOL EDUCATION AND ART
  • Orientador : WALDINEIA ANTUNES DE ALCANTARA FERREIRA
  • Data: 11/11/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • When we come across people living on the streets, who are so exploited, excluded and socially subjugated throughout the national territory, we need to reflect on the social communities in which we are inserted. Therefore, the objective is to present the result of the master's research questioning the relationships that people living on the streets in the city of Cáceres/MT had with schooled education. It is a qualitative research with an exploratory, bibliographical and documentary nature, covering the field of phenomenology and dialectical criticism. The work was developed during the years 2019 and 2020, ten people were interviewed (men and women). The reasons why these people are on the streets are as diverse as possible, in addition to the whole ethnic-racial historical issue in Brazil, we still live with unemployment, homelessness, social exclusion. Among so many relevant factors, the research dealt with meanings and memories about the schooling process of these people during their life trajectories. As a result of the research, the presence of the power relationship in the school was identified, and the disconnection of these with the school world, it was also identified the nostalgic relationships in educational experiences within the school spaces. There was interest in the educational process and in the school by most of the actors interviewed, the break with the school has several causes, family problems and absence, unemployment and/or the abusive use of alcohol and drugs, power relations within the school. It was verified in the research process that being out of school is not being out of art. They move in worlds, thus, showing their sensitivity to art. The research actors expressed themselves and created various “art forms”, such as poetry, paintings, drawings, juggling, handicrafts and plastic creations, moments of sharing a world of their own. 

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  • ELEN CAROLINE TESSARO
  • UNIVERSITY PEDAGOGIES AND THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS IN STRICTO SENSU GRADUATE STUDIES: 10 YEARS AT PPGEdu/UNEMAT

  • Orientador : LORIEGE PESSOA BITENCOURT
  • Data: 06/12/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • In this dissertation, the research subject matter is the University Pedagogies and the Teachers Professional Development in the Graduation Program in Education in the University of the State of Mato Grosso – UNEMAT, Cáceres Campus – MT. It falls within the research line: Education of Teachers, Pedagogical Policies and Practices of the PPGEdu – Master in Education whose problem issue is the following: How do the teachers accredited in the PPGEdu/UNEMAT evidence their Professional Development in the Graduation during the 10 years of this program? To substantiate this study, it has been adopted the authors Marcelo García (1999; 2009), Zabalza (2004), Cunha (2009; 2010), Bitencourt (2014; 2017), Bitencourt e Krahe (2014), Galvão (2019), Bolzan, Isaia (2006; 2010), Soares (2009), Morosini (2006), Nóvoa (1995), Imbernón (2010), Machado (2015), Selbach (2015), Anastasiou (2003), among others.The general objective focuses on understanding how the PPGEdu/UNEMAT teachers evidence their Professional Development in the Graduation during the 10 years of this program by taking the University Pedagogies into consideration. It is a research of qualitative approach outlined as a Study Case with methodological procedures of bibliographic, documental, and field search. The instruments for data collection comprised semi-structured reflexive interviews with five teachers, all of them accredited in the PPGEdu/UNEMAT either in the first or in the second accreditation in 2010 and 2013 respectively, teachers with longer time of performance in the program and who underwent the management. The data were categorized and analyzed with grounds on the technique of content analysis of Bardin (1997). The results have demonstrated that there is no uniqueness of pedagogy, on the contrary, the university configures itself as a plural space. Thus, one can infer that there is a conception and the practice of multiple pedagogies that feed the teaching practice and that we understand the University Pedagogies as a space of movement of interactions and teaching learning. Thus, upon analyzing a time cut-off of the PPGEdu–UNEMAT program since its creation in 2010 until the year 2020, one observes that the teachers have constructed and re-constructed themselves as they progressed in learning whether in their teaching, research, extension, management and guidance activities or in the remaining ones upon which they have had direct influence during their Professional Development in the graduation program and so they evidenced growth and maturity at this High Education level with repercussions on it. 

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  • CIRA ALVES MARTINS
  • SILENT RACISM IN CHILDREN'S EDUCATION - A PHENOMENON TO BE DISCOVERED IN CEI SEBASTIANA GERMANA DA CONCEIÇÃO IN THE DISTRICT OF CANGAS IN THE PANTANEIRA REGION IN POCONÉ-MT.

  • Orientador : WALDINEIA ANTUNES DE ALCANTARA FERREIRA
  • Data: 13/12/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The research entitled "Silent Racism in Early Childhood Education - a phenomenon to be unveiled at CEI Sebastiana Germana da Conceição in the District of Cangas in the Pantaneira region in Poconé - MT, aimed to understand if there are practices of racism with black children and also to identify how this question is works on the educational process of children in the Early Childhood Education Institution of/in Campo located in the District of Cangas in Poconé - MT. The main authors who gave theoretical support to this research were: Based on the relevant theoretical framework, such as Law 10.639/2003, Brazil (1995,1996,2014), Cavalleiro (209,2018,2020) Quijano (2005), Castilho (2008), Fanon (1983,2009,2008,2011) Freire (1986,1988,2001, 2003), Walsh (2005,2007), Hall (2003,2015), Munanga (2006,2009), Silva (2011). This is a qualitative research with the use of methodological procedures supported by the productions of narratives with education professionals, parents and , managers. The research shows that racism in Early Childhood Education exists, although it is veiled or silent. However, in the CIS studied, it is possible to identify some effort to overcome this phenomenon. Likewise, mothers and children are not yet aware of the subtlety that permeate issues related to racism within society and that reverberate in the educational institution.

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  • ROSIMAR CRISTINA DA SILVA
  • PERMANENCE FACTORS FOR STUDENTS OF CAMPUS BACHELOR COURSES JANE VANINI – UNEMAT/CACERES
  • Orientador : HELOISA SALLES GENTIL
  • Data: 13/12/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • The present dissertation was developed in the Research Line of Teacher Training, Policies and Pedagogical Practices of the Graduate Program in Education at the State University of Mato Grosso (UNEMAT), is linked to the Research Group on Access and Permanence in Higher Education - GPAPES of UNEMAT, has as object of study the permanence in the higher education and as a problem issue: What are the interfering factors for the permanence of students entering the UNEMAT entrance exam in the baccalaureate courses offered at the Campus Jane Vanini / Cáceres, graduating in 2019/1? The research entitled: Factors of permanence of students from the Jane Vanini Campus - Unemat / Cáceres municipality of Cáceres, at the “Jane Vanini” University Campus of the State University of Mato Grosso (UNEMAT). The general objective of this investigation is to analyze the interfering factors for the permanence of incoming students through the UNEMAT entrance exam in the baccalaureate courses offered at the Jane Vanini / Cáceres Campus, concluded in 2019/1. We opted for na investigation quantitative and qualitative, developed in three stages: preparation of the Production Balance, carried out together the CAPES Thesis and Dissertation Bank; IES documentary analysis - resolutions, decrees, ordinances and PPCs of courses; data from the UNEMAT Statistical Yearbook (2014 to 2018), as well as data from the Academic Support Secretariat - SAA; and field research carried out through the applying a questionnaire to the graduates of the 2019/1 baccalaureate courses. The study involved as subjects the students of the Bachelor's courses: Agronomy, Biological Sciences, Sciences Accounting, Computer Science, Law and Nursing, registered in the last semestre of each course, entering the UNEMAT 2014/2 entrance exam and concluding 2019/1. We use as theoretical framework to provide an overview of issues related to permanence in education higher education in Brazil and specifically at UNEMAT, research carried out by the GPAPES / UNEMAT - Research group on Access and Permanence in Higher Education, the know: Barbosa (2013), Borges (2017), Nodari (2016), Neves (2019) and Souza (2019), as well as, Silva and Nogueira (2011), Ristoff (2008,2014), Romanelli (2010), Souza (2013), Primão (2015), Silva and Veloso (2012,2013) and others. The obtained data allowed to outline a profile corresponding to the students from the Jane Vanini campus courses - UNEMAT / Cáceres who were completing the courses in the minimum time foreseen in the pedagogical projects of the courses and listing factors that, according to them, interfere with their permanence in graduation. 

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  • GISELE MOURA DE JESUS
  • The Presence of Indigenous Haliti-Paresi Students in Urban Schools of Campo Novo do Parecis - MT

  • Orientador : ALCEU ZOIA
  • Data: 15/12/2021


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • This dissertation whose theme "The Presence of Indigenous Haliti-Paresi Students in Urban Schools of Campo Novo do Parecis - MT", aims to understand h, to understand how the urban public school in the municipality relates to its indigenous students and how the actions exercised by it, reverberates in the learning of Paresi indigenous students. We also observe the multiple perspectives in this space-time and the challenges of intercultural education. The authors in particular who contributed to a theoretical discussion and further study on this theme were: Candau (2003; 2008; 2012); Bhabha (1998); Hall (1996); Santos (2002; 2003; 2007; 2010); Walsh (2009; 2021). The research was carried out in a school in the municipal education network, in which 17 indigenous students of the Haliti-Paresi ethnic group are enrolled in this year of 2021. The students come from the Waymaré and Kozarene subgroups and live in different villages: Quatro cachoeiras, Seringal, Bacaval , and Chapada Azul. The research was carried out from May to August 2021, involving in addition to indigenous students, family members, “relatives”, teachers and managers. Thus, the study addresses the colonization process of the Midwest region and the implications for indigenous populations, especially Haliti-Paresi. In this sense, we seek to approach the culture of these people in order to understand their social organization and identity manifestations in the space of interethnic borders of the urban school. Therefore, we also seek to discuss power relations and their implications for education, as well as the relationship between work and education that directly reflects on the current curriculum model. The approach of the research was in the qualitative perspective of the ethnographic character, as we use the methods and techniques of ethnography, however, the data analysis was made from the dialectical-critical method. We carry out field research with observation in a systematic perspective, together with the entire pedagogical team and with the municipal education department. Data were built through semi-structured interviews, questionnaires, and reports produced in the field notebook, concomitantly and after observations in the research field.

2020
Dissertações
1
  • CLAUDINET ANTONIO COLTRI JUNIOR
  • SERVANT LEADERSHIP AND THE CHALLENGE OF EFFECTIVENESS IN SCHOOLS WALDORF

  • Orientador : ROSELY APARECIDA ROMANELLI
  • Data: 25/03/2020


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • One of the great historical challenges of Waldorf Schools is their management process. Rudolf
    Steiner, its creator, left some principles and guidelines about the topic. The problem is that
    many people in anthroposophical movement have distorted these principles, sometimes due to
    misinterpretation, and propagated ways to manage the school as if it were Steiner's legacy. The
    creator himself had little experience of this process, since he died 6 years after the activities of
    the first Waldorf school began. Moreover, in the late 1990s and early 2000s, many schools went
    through serious financial, relationship and power struggles, due to the implementation of this
    propagated management model. The Federation of Waldorf Schools in Brazil, concerned with
    the situation, created the Padew, Articulated Program for the Development of Waldorf Schools,
    to assist these schools. Also, in 2006 and 2007, was performed the Congress about Governance
    at Waldorf Schools, in which the issue of servant leadership was discussed, supported by an
    organic organogram and positions held with a focus on competencies. Therefore, the purpose
    of this research was to evaluate the effective impact of this congress in a participating school
    and to carry out a bibliographic study, in order to conceptually analyze this effectiveness. In
    addition to it, management methods and models have been proposed, as well as governance
    principles that fit the anthroposophical principles (or at least that do not hurt them), so that a
    model that brings effectiveness to schools can be materialized. On top of that, the bonding
    agent, who gives unity, is the servant leadership, because it protects the mission, organizes the
    positions so that one serves the other (and does not use the other), from the most strategic to the
    most operational (and not the other way around, as is commonly seen in organizations) and,
    primarily, have as premise of relationships the agapes love, unconditional (the one that allows
    you to dislike someone, but still respect him). In the analysis of the researched school, it can be
    observed that it sought, and seeks, its own management model, but there is still a lack of
    administrative knowledge to implement some models presented here and which can bring more
    effectiveness in its results, such as the implementation of the strategic management model based
    on the Balanced Scorecard. It became evident that the Congress had a great value for reflections
    on its processes and its civil way of existing as an enterprise. Even more, this made the school
    overcome the strong crisis that affected it, and today it has a much larger number of students
    than before.

2019
Dissertações
1
  • CÁLITA FERNANDA DE PAULA MARTINS
  • PLAYING IN WALDORF PEDAGOGY: MEDIA ELEMENTS IN THE
    IMAGINARY OF CHILDREN

  • Orientador : ROSELY APARECIDA ROMANELLI
  • Data: 07/03/2019


  • Mostrar Abstract
  • Reflecting on the importance of play and toys in children's lives, we are led to think about how different forms of play have been constituted from the transformations of contemporary society. Thus, this study aims to understand the manifestations of play and the imagination of children in a Waldorf school. We asked whether television, the internet and electronic games as the most widespread in society, they reach this imagination. To achieve the proposed objectives we resort to hermeneutic phenomenology as a method of this study. Thus, the research was conducted based on the qualitative approach.descriptive and interpretative, regarding the procedures a bibliographic survey and a field research. As for the locus of this study, the research was conducted in early childhood education.Porto Cuiabá Free School, during a period of fifteen days of observation, in addition to three days of insertion in the school environment. The institution chosen as a research field is the private network in the city of Cuiabá - MT. One of the criteria for choosing the school is that the Steiner pedagogy adopted by the institution discourages the approach of children to new technologies. This study follows with the written work and a short documentary documentary,because it is an audiovisual resource characterized by the representation of a certain reality. In the case studied, he reports the experiences of Bee, Butterfly Fairy, Princess Unicorn, Authentic Games, Knight and Meteor - codenamed children observed. Thus, it was possible to achieve the proposed objectives, because in view of the descriptions and interpretations we understand that children re-signify in their play, through the imagination, the media elements displayed by television, internet and electronic games. And the resignification process extends to the school and family environment, giving different meanings and meanings to the toys and spaces in which they play.

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