LIFE STORY OF SCHOOL PEDAGOGISTS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF PROFESSIONAL
Keywords:Life Story, School Pedagogue, Professional Identity, Learning
This article presents results of a research carried out through a continuing education program, with pedagogues working in basic education, in schools in the city of Curitiba and its metropolitan region. Through the construction of a memorial, we sought to recognize in their life history experiences that contributed to the construction of the professional identity of the school pedagogue. The study, with a hermeneutic phenomenological focus, analyzed the life stories of 17 pedagogues, observing experiences and learning that along their trajectory, in different spaces of socialization, from basic education, through academic training and, mainly, professional performance contributed to the professionality of the school pedagogue. The reports indicate that family references, childhood experiences, such as school-related games, and the reference of good teachers in basic education were important for the choice of profession. In turn, experiences with colleagues in different professional contexts contributed to the development of behaviors, skills, attitudes and values that define ways of being in the profession. It is evident that learning in the family and professional context influenced the choice for the profession of pedagogue and the way they currently understand and perform the function, that is, elements that constitute the professional identity.
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