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Interfaces between educational policies, pedagogical practices and human formation

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Author(s): Maria Terezinha Bellanda Galuch | Marta Sueli de Faria Sforni

Journal: Práxis Educativa
ISSN 1809-4031

Volume: 6;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 55;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Pedagogical practice | Human formation | Curricular organization

ABSTRACT
The present article analyzes the formation perspective found in official documents regarding Basic Education and the pedagogical practices suggested by them. It also points out the relationship between a curriculum-defining public policy and the didactic organization of what is taught in the schools. Results show that the formation proposed by the above-mentioned documents tries to attend our society’s market demands with its valorization of pedagogical practices for the development of attitudes, values, competences and abilities required by the globalized society. When such formation is placed first and foremost and to the detriment of the transmission and appropriation of disciplines, school education decreases its commitment with scientific culture. In fact, it distances itself from its role in offering the symbolic instruments which are necessary for the students’ integral development.
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