Vozes de outras pessoas: uma investigação reflexiva sobre o poder e a voz dentro da sala de aula e as implicações de pesquisar a própria prática

Melanie Santamaria, Gordon Ade-Ojo

Resumo


O objetivo deste estudo de caso piloto foi duplo: explorar o poder e a voz dentro das interações de pequenos grupos dentro de uma sala de aula da escola secundária e explorar as implicações da pesquisa da própria prática como professor-pesquisador. Usando as teorias de dialogismo de Bakhtin e um quadro sugerido por gravações em áudio de interações de um pequeno grupo, foram comparadas com o trabalho escrito independente do aluno, a fim de compreender as vozes usadas e como. Quatro temas principais foram identificados: poder e autoridade; posições de submissão; silêncio e a voz do texto. Os resultados também destacaram como, no meio do ensino, podemos deixar de ver essas dinâmicas de poder e identidade; mas o tempo e o espaço da pesquisa reflexiva permitiram aos pesquisadores ver além do momento e desenvolver a capacidade de ver suas intervenções e estratégias de ensino novamente para apoiar a construção de novos significados.


Palavras-chave


Dialogismo; Diálogo em sala de aula; Praticante reflexivo; Voz

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