Imagens de si e da sala de recursos multifuncionais em blogs de professores especializados
Rios, Gabriela Alias
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The work developed by specialized teachers, in Multifunctional Resource Rooms with students of special education is still unknown. The Multifunctional Resource Rooms are being implemented in public schools throughout Brazil. In order to produce knowledge about this topic, we investigated what specialized teachers who work at Multifunctional Resource Rooms publish on their blogs about the work performed in these rooms, and the experiences related to this service. Blogs were chosen as the data source, as blogs allow the common citizen to be a participative witness, in other words, people can publish texts without an editor. In this perspective, the problem of this study is configured from the following questions: Considering the Public Policies are recent, what have the specialized teachers published about specialized educational service on the internet? What is their perception considering this service? Is it possible to find out the practices of these teachers through blogs? This research aimed to describe and analyze through Text Semiotics what teachers who work with special education publish on their personal blogs and how they construct images of themselves and of the multifunctional resource rooms. The specific objectives were (a) identify on the teacher‟s discourse the experiences which have been evidenced in the educational specialized services; (b) analyze how are the practices directed to the issue of inclusive education in Brazilian education, in multifunctional resource rooms. Tem texts written by Brazilian specialized teachers were analyzed from the discursive level of Text Semiotics. The following categories were analyzed: space described in the text; actors and actants , time of enunciation; figures (concrete elements on the text ) and themes (abstract elements inferred from the figures). It was concluded that the image constructed by these teachers is hero and agents of change of multifunctional resource rooms, as this service depends on their actions to work. From the signs which are on the teacher‟s discourse, it is observed that they have internalized the policies discourse, and the teaching work in multifunctional resource rooms is predominantly focused on the student.