Os fundos de conhecimento para a promoção do envolvimento escolar

  • Julie Waddington Universitat de Girona
  • Carina Siqués Universitat de Girona https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8690-0960
  • Maria Carolà Vilà Escola Carme Auguet
  • Maria Nieves Jimenez Moreno Escola Carme Auguet
Palavras-chave: fundos de conhecimento, envolvimento dos estudantes, famílias imigrantes, prática pedagócica, educação infantil

Resumo

Algumas pesquisas mostram que excluir os fundos de conhecimento (FoK) das famílias do currículo escolar contribui para os baixos níveis de envolvimento na escola. Este estudo é parte de um projeto de pesquisa em andamento que visa promover o envolvimento dos estudantes de origem imigrante na escola, por meio do uso estratégico do FoK. Fornecemos uma visão geral do projeto e explicamos como ele foi implementado no contexto específico da educação infantil em uma escola na Catalunha. Foi utilizada uma abordagem qualitativa para avaliar o efeito do processo pela perspectiva do professor, contrastando aspectos positivos com algumas das dificuldades vivenciadas. 

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Publicado
2020-05-30
Seção
Dossiê Temático Engajamento Escolar