Ensino técnico profissionalizante no ensino técnico profissionalizante no centro de ensino de 2° grau professor Anísio Teixeira: uma análise histórica das práticas pedagógicas (1974 A 1985)
Costa, Antonio Max Ferreira da
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This dissertation deals with a historical analysis of the pedagogical practices of the Secondary Education Center Professor Anísio Teixeira, with a temporal cut in the years 1974-1985. Its specific objectives are to reflect on Human Capital Theory, Technical and pedagogical practices in the context of the Brazilian military civilian dictatorship; To investigate the technicism in Brazil, observing the repercussion of Law Nº 5.692 of August 11, 1971, within the scenario of pedagogical practices of the Secondary Education Center Professor Anísio Teixeira; Re (construct) the history of Vocational Technical Education based on the pedagogical practices experienced during the years 1974 to 1985, in this school institution. This work is based on theoretical references of the history of institutions, school culture, professional education and the science of education, based on the studies of Magalhães (1996); Faria Filho (2001); Nosella; Buffa (2010); Julia (2001); Le Goff (1996); Chartier (1988); Saviani (2013); Schultz (1973); Frigotto (1999); Germano (2001); Marx (1868); Antunes (2009); Cunha (2005); Skinner (1972), Libran (1994); Luckesi (1995), Hoffman (2016, 1993); And Bobbitt (2004), among others. For the construction of this dissertation was used as methodology the qualitative research of historical nature, initially performing a bibliographical and documentary survey in the archives of the research school, highlighting Law No. 5.692 / 71. It is also evidenced in this dissertation, as a data research tool, the construction of personal letters constructed with focus on the re (construct) of the representations about the teaching practices of the highlighted teaching, centered on the profile of the students, curriculum, contents, methodology, Evaluation, parties and events. This bookkeeping allowed us to conclude that the vocational technical education of the second grade, carried out by the school in question, consisted of an eminently technical education focused on the son of the working class, in which the teachers materialized the pedagogical principles of technicalism based in Brazil in the years of 1971 to 1985.