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HUMAN VALUES AND SOCIAL PROGRAM: DIALOGUING WITH PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE THROUGH PARTICIPANTS' PERCEPTION

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/SciELOPreprints.4525

Keywords:

human values, teaching-learning, educational sport

Abstract

This study aimed to analyze which human values ​​are explored through sports practice in the classes of teachers/monitors and how these values ​​are understood by family members and adolescents who participate in the Segundo Tempo - Forças no Esporte Program held at ERMN. This is a qualitative and descriptive research, using the semi-structured interview as a tool. Regarding data analysis, the Bardin content analysis technique was used. The sample was divided into three groups, namely: a teacher and two monitors; ten students participating in the program; and four family. The results found reveal that there were similarities between the understanding of human values ​​worked, highlighting: respect, friendship, honesty, knowing how to win and lose, recognizing your limits, kindness, ethics, discipline, companionship, solidarity, empathy and Fair -play. In addition, other recurring elements were observed: favoring development in human dimensions through sport, the teacher/monitor as a fundamental agent in the teaching-learning process and behavior change. In this way, we consider that although there is a concern with attitudinal dimensions in pedagogical planning, there is no identification of the systematization of which values ​​are worked on, and those values ​​are then implicitly explored from the interventions that demand situations of conflict in the day by day.

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Posted

08/17/2022

How to Cite

Soares, A. K., & Surdi, A. C. (2022). HUMAN VALUES AND SOCIAL PROGRAM: DIALOGUING WITH PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE THROUGH PARTICIPANTS’ PERCEPTION . In SciELO Preprints. https://doi.org/10.1590/SciELOPreprints.4525

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Human Sciences

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