A identidade docente: constantes e desafios

  • Carlos Marcelo Catedrático de Didática e Organização Escolar da Universidade de Sevilha, na Espanha
Palavras-chave: Cultura Profissional, Desenvolvimento Profissional, Docentes, Identidade Profissionais

Resumo

A melhoria na qualidade do ensino requer bons professores. Docentes comprometidos com a difícil tarefa de ensinar que, por sua vez, exige dos profissionais sentido e responsabilidade. A identidade profissional docente se constitui como uma interação entre a pessoa e suas experiências individuais e profissionais. A identidade se constrói e se transmite. E existem algumas características ou constantes da identidade profissional docente que se repetem e que são, geralmente, independentes do contexto social ou cultural. Neste artigo, discutimos essas características da profissão docente que lhes garantem identidade.

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Biografia do Autor

Carlos Marcelo, Catedrático de Didática e Organização Escolar da Universidade de Sevilha, na Espanha

Professor Catedrático de Didática e Organização Escolar da Universidade de Sevilha, na Espanha.

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Publicado
09-05-2009
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MARCELO, C. A identidade docente: constantes e desafios. Formação Docente – Revista Brasileira de Pesquisa sobre Formação de Professores, v. 1, n. 1, p. 109-131, 9 maio 2009.
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