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|Title:||Ética, memória, poética e (com)paixão na obra de Célia Linhares|
|Keywords:||Educação; Políticas públicas; Movimentos instituintes; História da educação; Formação de professores; Pesquisa narrativa|
|Abstract:||This work lies in the scope of searches narratives, focusing on the experiences of the subject, at the interface with the study of broader contexts in which they occur. Thus, it was possible to understand through trajectories, methods and processes of life, involving personal choice, experiences and strategies of the teachers and students face the tensions of a time that never ceases to change. In summary, this study searches to understand the marks of thought significant educational/teaching of the professor Célia Linhares, especially through the study of their written production with a view to: seize the ideas strength , the way they were building and forming over time, the apresentation of the issues that circulated in different historical times lived by her and singularity of her style of writing. The choice of the work/life of this teacher, happened because of the significant contribution to the Brazilian education, especially in the field of public policy for training of teachers, a theme linked to the research group called Public Policies, Movements Instituints and Education, linked to the Post Graduate Program in Education of the Universidade Federal Fluminense. Another important criterion for this study was the expressive writing works of the teacher in study, which allowed the thorough knowledge of their texts, its history and its professional pedagogical practice. The studies of the complexity, by Edgar Morin, permeate the method, analysis and reflections woven throughout this thesis. Interviews were conducted with with the professor Célia and with many of her peers, people with whom she worked and lived at different times of her was made a study of of the brazilian pedagogical thought since the decade of 60 and the relationships between education, the broader context of Brazil and the insertion of professor Celia Linhares in this movement of interdependence between education, politics, economy and other aspects of our the socio-political and cultural context. Her work emphasizes the need to act against barbarism, calling education to constitute itself as a promoter of solidarity, a sense of belonging to students, in the exercise of listening and dialogue and in the admission and the establishment of relations guided by love and affection. The principles of emancipation through autonomy of the subjects, dignity and citizenship as school learning are core ideas in the teaching of professor Célia Linhares, Master of Love, which makes contaminate the truth of the other, not imposing her own.|
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