Firmar a posição como professor, afirmar a profissão docente

António Nóvoa

Resumo


O artigo mostra, na primeira parte, a necessidade de se pensar a formação de professores como uma formação profissional. Para isso, é fundamental construir um novo lugar institucional, que traga a profissão para dentro das instituições de formação. Entre partes, defende-se que a formação deve consolidar a posição de cada pessoa como profissional e a própria posição da profissão. Na segunda parte, é abordada a necessidade de reorganizar o lugar da formação de professores, desdobrando o conceito de posição em cinco movimentos: disposição pessoal, interposição profissional, composição pedagógica, recomposição investigativa e exposição pública. O texto conclui com uma coda, na qual se insiste sobre a importância da profissão para a formação e da formação para a profissão.


Palavras-chave


Formação de Professores; Formação Profissional; Ensino Superior; Universidades

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