Matemática inclusiva? O processo ensino-aprendizagem de Matemática no contexto da diversidade
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Universidade Federal de Goiás
This work is part of a research in Faculty Training and Professionalization from the Post-Graduate Program of the School of Education, Federal University of Goiás/Brazil, and was developed with the purpose of understanding the complexity of the process of teaching and learning mathematics from an inclusive perspective, conceived in diversity. To this end, we seek to analyze the existing relationships among inclusion,mathematics and mathematical education, taking as parameter the history of mathematics and its schooling in order to unveil the pathways, perspectives,actions,concepts and conceptions. Aimed at the development of a study that effectively envisions the transformation of the action and discourse actually experienced in the process of teaching and learning mathematics in the context of diversity, this work undertook a research project on a state level public school in the capital of Goiás, based on empirical data and bibliographical studies. The field school,referred by the Secretariat of State and Education of Goiás SEE,met the demands of study for it presents an overly complex démarche.By means of understanding the multiple relationships between mathematical education and the process of exclusion, we seek to analyze SEE s policies, programs and conceptions,as well as its structure, organization and operation. Equipped with information and eager for investigation, we enter the school field to carry out an action-research, within the assumptions of the systemic and integral action-research as proposed by André Morin, outlined under the five principles of analysis - contract, participation, change, discourse and action - and organized under four processes - planning,silent observation, planning for action, and the planned action using as reference the classroom s internal and external environments. We present, in analytical fashion, the results of the developed actions and conclude that it is possible to conceive a transforming mathematics which can effectively contribute to the social and cultural progress of the students. A transforming mathematics, however, demands from both the teacher and the school, as well as from the educational system, an inclusive perspective that embraces everybody, with no exceptions, and in order to reflect upon a mathematics approach under this perspective, it is necessary to comprehend inclusion in its multiple dimensions: historical, conceptual and conceptive.
TEIXEIRA, Ricardo Antonio Gonçalves. The process of teaching and learning Mathematics in the context of diversity. 2010. 423 f. Tese (Doutorado em Ciências Humanas) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2010.