Habilidades socioemocionais: modelagem para o século XXI? Uma análise crítica
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Universidade Federal de Goiás
With the contribution of investigations on curricular remodelings and changes in the production mode which have occurred since the 1970s, this paper aims at exposing the mechanisms for the appropriation of subjects' lives by the capitalist system through school education in the beginning of the 21st century. The aforementioned studies address adherence to teaching by skills as a political mark that tends to hide social and historical issues in favor of an individualistic and meritocratic vision. Anchored in the defense of the development of the students' socio-emotional skills, the proposal for a “new” education system reproduces the dualistic view and the domestication of emotions in favor of the supposed success in all spheres of life. As demonstrated, the skills advertised as a matter of urgency are the necessary molds for the formation of citizens able to support the dismantling of rights. Thus, we investigate not only the Laws, the origins of the projects, the economic relations that support such ideology, but we also dialogue about the consequences of this type of education in the formation of the teenager's moral judgment, about the (im)possibilities of developing autonomous thinking, about the consequences of this type of education on the relations amongst subjects and its threats to the maintenance of humanity. Finally, we oppose to the barbarism of hard work as a means for humanization, which will only be carried out through the reflexive-practical act of new ways of being in the world and with others – a kind of work that universities should not avoid.
Educação socioemocional, Capitalismo, Humanização, Formação, Século XXI
CANETTIERI, Marina Kurotusch. Habilidades socioemocionais: modelagem para o século XXI? Uma análise crítica. 2021. 70 f. Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso (Graduação) – Faculdade de Educação, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2021.