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Rural Education in a Decolonial Turn: the Community-Time Experience at the Fluminense Federal University (UFF)

Francisca Marli Rodrigues de Andrade ; Letícia Pereira Mendes Nogueira ; Lucas Do Couto Neves ; Marcela Pereira Mendes Rodrigues

Revista Brasileira de Educação do Campo, 01 January 2020, Vol.4, pp.1-28 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Rural Education in a Decolonial Turn: the Community-Time Experience at the Fluminense Federal University (UFF)
  • Autor: Francisca Marli Rodrigues de Andrade ; Letícia Pereira Mendes Nogueira ; Lucas Do Couto Neves ; Marcela Pereira Mendes Rodrigues
  • Assuntos: Rural Education ; Pedagogy of Alternation ; Training of Rural Educators ; Community-Time ; Decolonization ; Education
  • É parte de: Revista Brasileira de Educação do Campo, 01 January 2020, Vol.4, pp.1-28
  • Descrição: Rural Education in Brazil, in five decades, has been constructing an educational practice that values and includes the subjects, the lores and the social experiences of the countryside; that is, the Pedagogy of Alternation. In the university context, Alternance reorganizes the spaces of learning in Community-Time (CT) and School-Time (ST) and, therefore, proposes questions to the logics of colonization/modernity of knowledge, imposed on Latin America. In this reorganization, the present research has as objective: to know the process of construction of Community-Time, implemented in the Interdisciplinary Degree in Rural Education (UFF), to identify decolonial pedagogical elements that potentiate the formation of educators in the rural zone. Methodologically, we adopted a qualitative-oriented research, which is inscribed in the interpretative approach. To collect data, we performed semi-structured interviews with 5 teachers and 12 students; documentary analysis of the 12 projects...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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