A CONCEPTUAL PLOT CENTERED ON CURRIUCLUM INSPIRED BY THE PEDAGOGY OF THE OPPRESSED

Ana Maria Saul, Alexandre Saul

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In recent decades, curriculum has found itself in an arena of dispute as it deals with decisions related to the education and development of human beings. To speak of curriculum entails confronting the question: What education do we want and need for the society in which we live? This text aims to present a critical analysis centered on the concept of curriculum, by way of a freirean conceptual plot constructed with reference to the Pedagogy of the Oppressed. It is a theoretical reflection that seeks to offer contributions to teaching and research in the subarea of Curriculum. The option for Freirean epistemology has been made on the basis that it takes dialogue as an ethical-political-gnosiological presumption and utopia as a horizon for social transformation that is possible to reach. An excursion through the work of Paulo Freire, taking the Pedagogy of the Oppressed as a base, made it possible to select categories that are connected and allowed for the composition of an original and comprehensive conception of the curriculum construct, through the methodological interweaving of the following categories: critical reflection on practice, languages, dialogue, participation and transformation. The construction of this Freirean conceptual plot, a theoretical-methodological resource for teaching and research, lends itself to the fields of curricular theory and development and can support discussions and curricular practices in every modality and level of teaching.   


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Paulo Freire; curriculum; freirean conceptual plot

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/1809-3876.2018v16i4p1175-1206

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Revista e-Curriculum                                   e-ISSN 1809-3876

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