Aprendizagem socioemocional em estudantes de quinta e sexta serie: apresentação e avaliação de impacto do programa BASE

Neva Milicic, Lidia Alcalay, Christian Berger, Pilar Alamos

Resumo


O trabalho apresenta o desenvolvimento e a avaliação de impacto de um programa para favorecer o bem-estar e a aprendizagem socioemocional em estudantes de quinta e sexta serie de Ensino Fundamental: o programa BASE. Por meio de uma revisao teorica da aprendizagem socioemocional se fundamenta a enfase do programa no desenvolvimento de vinculos interpessoais de qualidade e o desenvolvimento das competencias necessarias, integrando fatores de desenvolvimento individual e do contexto que favorece o mencionado desenvolvimento, assim como a geração de comunidades sadias e nutritivas. Para avaliar o impacto do programa foi utilizado um desenho quase-experimental do tipo pre-post com grupo controle. Os resultados mostraram um impacto significativo positivo do programa na autoestima, integração social, e na percepcao do clima escolar dos estudantes que participaram, quando comparados com o grupo controle. Foram discutidos os resultados do programa e suas possiveis implicacoes para o desenvolvimento de intervencoes nesse campo.

Palavras-chave


Aprendizagem socioemocional; Bem-estar; Ensino Fundamental

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