O professor de educação física no primeiro ano da carreira: análise da aprendizagem profissional a partir da promoção de um programa de iniciação à docência.
Ferreira, Lílian Aparecida
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The aim of this investigation is to analyze the professional learning of the Physical Education teachers in the first year of their careers in which they experienced an induction program with one mentor (author of this study). This investigation occurred because beginning the teacher s career implicates in a variety of experiences positive or not that can influence in the constitution of belief, knowledge and beginner teacher s pedagogical action. The impacts of this initial process in the profession can lead the teacher to construct different professional ways. The most radical one is giving up the teacher s career. Nevertheless, we can also clarify the immediate disillusion with the profession without quitting it, what can result in a professional practice unconcerned with the students learning. With the purpose of helping the professional beginning in a less negative way, offering support and formative direction about learning and development of the profession and helping in the socialization with the scholar culture, the induction program with mentors are suggested. These programs are held in continuous formation and are important because they can help beginner teachers by facilitating the construction of a support net and a link between initial formation and professional development alongside the career. The theoric-metodological reference was based in the themes: professional learning teacher, professional development, teacher thinking, induction program based in mentors, reflexive teacher and teachers narrative. To orientate this study a research-intervention was developed according to a collaborativeconstructive pattern of continuous formation and of interaction researcher-teacher. The resource used to collect of dates was the diary of class and the semi-structured individual and collective interviews. The results showed that the teachers experienced a variety of emotions, personal and professional challenges. They had difficulties to understand the students, the principal and the other teachers, the physical structure of school and the material of the classroom. However, as the time passed by, the young teachers understood the students, the principal and the other teachers better. In this learning process of understanding and being understood the teachers built several action strategies. They established routines, they made deals with the students, and they negotiate with the principal and the other teachers. The induction program with mentor contributed with the necessities which are part of the beginning of teaching career and detailed elements that are a challenge to the process of continuous formation in general.