Práticas de leitura e acessibilidade para a formação de leitores no espaço de leitura acessível do núcleo de educação básica inclusiva e formação em práticas docentes do CEPAE/UFG

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This research is included in the line of research ‘School Practices and Knowledge Application’, of the Postgraduate Program in Teaching in Basic Education, the Master in Teaching in Basic Education, from the Teaching and Research Applied to Education Center at the Federal University of Goiás (CEPAE/UFG). Its general objective is to promote accessibility and encouraging reading through inclusive practices to the reader formation at the Accessible Reading Space of the Inclusive Basic Education Core and Training in Teaching Practices of CEPAE/UFG. It speaks about inclusion, accessibility, reading, teacher training, reader formation, the access to cultural assets, the right to inclusive education as access to learning opportunities and the possibility of empowerment respecting human diversity. It starts from the essence of an education as a practice of freedom that promotes cultural and informational diffusion through literature and reading. It reverberates on the Brazilian school reality, the role of teachers and librarians in face of the demands of inclusive education in Basic Education and inclusive practices in reading spaces. As for the methodology, it is a quantitative-qualitative research using action research as a method. The field diary, questionnaires, teacher training, pedagogical experience and inclusive reading practices, drawings and photographs were used as data collection instruments, as a way of contemplating and recording all stages of action research. The subjects of the research were 20 teachers in formation (the pedagogical mediators that provide specialized educational assistance to students with specific needs), 20 students without and with disabilities, global developmental disorders, enrolled regularly in the 1st grade of elementary school, a main teacher and a teacher from the Inclusive Education Commission, both from CEPAE / UFG, in the city of Goiânia, Goiás. The conclusion is that there is a possibility to supply the real needs of teachers and librarians working in basic education through training in the area of inclusive education, the offer of accessible cultural spaces that promote the encouragement and training of inclusive readers. It is aligned with the actions of the 2030 agenda of the United Nations (2105), which in its fourth objective concerns the provision of quality education that ensures an inclusive and equitable education, as well as promoting lifelong learning opportunities throughout life, aiming at a more sustainable and resilient world by 2030. It results in an educational product in the e-book format named ‘Reading space accessible at school: reading, empathy, inclusion and universal design’. It includes theoretical and practical reflections that contribute to a transformation of inclusive and quality education aiming at significant changes in teaching in Basic Education. It is necessary to welcome and exercise empathy for, and with, students with specific needs, giving them more opportunities to reach regular schools and leave them humanized, dialogical, readers critical to a more conscious world.



FRANCZAK, Lillian Jordânia Batista. Práticas de leitura e acessibilidade para a formação de leitores no espaço de leitura acessível do núcleo de educação básica inclusiva e formação em práticas docentes do CEPAE/UFG. 2023. 476 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ensino na Educação Básica) - Centro de Ensino e Pesquisa Aplicada à Educação, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2021.