Por que os professores principiantes permanecem nas escolas chilenas?

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Palavras-chave:

Permanência, Mobilidade de professores, Iniciação de professores

Resumo

A pesquisa aprofunda a experiência da permanência de nove professores principiantes chilenos do ensino médio que lecionam em escolas vulneráveis. A partir de uma abordagem ecológica do trabalho docente e de uma metodologia biográfica narrativa são articuladas diversas dimensões da compreensão do fenômeno. Revelam-se quatro temas principais, como: história de vida, encontrando a origem da sustentação e do sentido profissional; o vínculo com os estudantes como raiz da permanência; a composição de um contexto escolar como protetor e facilitador do trabalho docente; e futuros imaginados na educação: propósitos e possibilidades de projeção. Os achados permitem avançar rumo a uma compreensão integrada e multidimensional da permanência nas escolas, que provê um fluxo de comunicação entre dimensões do âmbito pessoal dos professores que se entrelaçam com os entornos cotidianos, relacionais e sistêmicos nos quais a profissão se desenrola.

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Publicado

03-09-2021

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Formação e Trabalho Docente