Professoras alfabetizadoras em início de carreira: narrativas e saberes em curso de formação continuada online
Machado, Micheli Fernanda
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The early teaching career is a phase of professional development of great importance, since it is a moment in which the teacher will build some of its features, your professional identity and a unique style of teaching. It is characterized by the emergence of conflicts and doubts and also of discovery and learning. In this, as in other phases of his career, the collaboration in the formation of teachers is essential to deal with the complexity of the educational work and the problems of pedagogical practice. This research seeks to understand the construction of the teaching literacy teachers at the beginning of their careers and how they configure their knowledge in the process of continuing education provided in narratives in collaborative group online. It was analyzed from the perspectives of teacher s participants: a) evidence of sources of lifelong learning school specifically for literacy; b) knowledge and practices literacy teachers; c) the importance of narratives in the process of training the participants on your perspective. The results of this research allow to configure the online continuing education course "Teachers Beginners and licensing: Narratives of training in Mathematics and the Portuguese language" as an area of formation and reflection, because if check the contributions of these to the professional development of participants teachers. Among the contributions, the course made it possible to investigate significant moments of the season of schooling, specifically, during the literacy and, identify and analyze evidence of learning sources with the goal of understanding the knowledge that guide the guiding principles of their pedagogical actions at the beginning of their careers. Allowed also, identify and understand literacy teacher s practices and knowledge reported by literacy teachers contributing to understand the construction of the teaching career. Finally, made it possible to understand the importance of narratives in the process of formation of the participants, because when teachers write their narratives from its trajectory of personal life, school, academic and professional, they will discover the meanings attributed to the facts that they lived and, thus, are rebuilding the understanding you have of yourself. To narrate their experiences have negotiated with himself and with others assigning new meanings to these experiences, contributing to the construction of pedagogical practice and the construction of a unique way of being a teacher.