HUMAN VALUES AND SOCIAL PROGRAM: DIALOGUING WITH PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE THROUGH PARTICIPANTS' PERCEPTION
Keywords:human values, teaching-learning, educational sport
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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