Formação continuada na perspectiva da consultoria colaborativa: contribuições no contexto da inclusão escolar

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


The Continued education for teachers who work with students, target of Special Education has become one of the obstacles to effectivate school inclusion. Although Brazilian Laws and Policies support this prerogative, in practice this type of training is still sporadic. In this sense, researchers from universities and educational networks have sought to implement training courses that seek to remedy or minimize this gap. Thus, when participating in a continued education course in a collaborative perspective, the question that guided this study emerged: How does a continued formation for teachers, based on Collaborative Consulting, contributes to the performance of these professionals in the school inclusion of students targeted by special education? Aiming to answer this question, the present study had as objective to analyze how a continued education course for teachers, based on Collaborative Consulting, contributes to the school practice of professionals who work with students targeted by special education. This is a qualitative research, based on the indications of the historical-cultural approach. Five female teachers participated in this course, and they performed different functions, namely: manager, pedagogical coordinator, ESA teacher and support teacher for inclusion. The research was carried out at the Federal University of Goiás - Regional Catalão and at two schools of the Catalão-Goiás regional school system. As data production instruments, a questionnaire was used to map the participating schools, a personal and professional identification questionnaire, and a semi-structured interview script for the teachers, an observation script and field diaries. The interviews were analyzed based on Content Analysis and from the units of meaning were listed three categories. The data described are still under analysis and discussion and to date have pointed out that the doubts and insecurities experienced by the participating teachers revolved around the schooling of students with disabilities in the common classroom, both by teachers, and by other professionals from school. The five participants reported on the importance of consistent training to address the diversity of students in school. They highlighted as a positive point in this course the partnership between university and the school; the importance of management in enabling Continued Education courses for all school staff, especially in-service training; and the collaborative consultancy carried out in the two schools by the teacher trainer, as the strong point of this training. They reported that collaborative consulting enabled pedagogical strategies consistent with the reality of students with disabilities. The results also pointed to the need to expand Continued Education courses that are closer to the reality experienced by school professionals and their students with disabilities, as well as the collaboration between the professionals of the special education and the common school as a perspective support for school inclusion.



Formação de professores, Educação especial, Inclusão escolar, Consultoria colaborativa, Teoria histórico-cultural, Teacher trainig, Especial educacion, School inclusion, Collaborative consulting, Historical-cultural theory


CAMPOS, Daniela Maria Ferreira. Formação continuada na perspectiva da consultoria colaborativa: contribuições no contexto da inclusão escolar. 2018. 169 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Catalão, 2018.