O professor iniciante, a prática pedagógica e o sentido da experiência

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  • Carlos Marcelo Universidade de Sevilha
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Formação de Professores, Profissão Docente, Trabalho Docente

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O texto, guiado por questões sobre a profissionalidade e a profissão do professor, que já vem constituindo numa reflexão em trabalhos anteriores do autor, busca compreender o alcance e suas respectivas significações no campo da sociologia para pensar a docência como profissão, em relação com o mundo das profissões, e pensar suas especificidades e características que a rigor a diferenciam das demais profissões. Enfim, discute o trabalho docente, seus saberes e como isso vai se constituindo na vida profissional do professor como uma aprendizagem da profissão. Em que consiste a profissão docente, qual é a sua especificidade? É a docência uma profissão? Estas dentre outras se compõem num corpus de indagações que o autor procura debater ao longo deste trabalho.

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MARCELO, C. O professor iniciante, a prática pedagógica e o sentido da experiência. Formação Docente – Revista Brasileira de Pesquisa sobre Formação de Professores, [S. l.], v. 2, n. 3, p. 11–49, 2010. Disponível em: https://revformacaodocente.com.br/index.php/rbpfp/article/view/17. Acesso em: 22 jun. 2024.

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