Inclusion Education

Raissa Beautiful Blacksmith of Moraes Representations on the Inclusion in Regular Schools: Conceptions of pedagogical educational and plain agents Belo Horizonte /2010 Raissa Beautiful Blacksmith of Moraes Representations on the Inclusion in Regular Schools: Conceptions of pedagogical educational and plain agents Work of Conclusion of presented Course as requisite of evaluation of the course of Pedagogia of the University Center JOINS for approval of substance of TCC 1. Orienting teacher: Clear Tatiane Amaral Belo Horizonte/2010 Summary: Many pertaining to school organizations and communities exclude everything what they judge to be different of the culture that conducts our society. This exclusion is still more cruel if analyzed for the optics of the carrying children of Necessidades Educativas Especiais (NEE), children who possess in its development some peculiarity differs that them from its pairs, demanding a special treatment. Throughout the present work one argued on the concepts of inclusion and integration beyond the concept of representation in the focus of the Cultural Studies on the education. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Estee Lauder on most websites. Of ownership of this information the present work of course conclusion objectified to problematizar the representations of the managers and professors on the inclusion of pupils with NEE, a school of the regular net of education of Belo Horizonte. Moreover, to look for to mapear the representations on education of people with NEE that circulate in the speeches of the professionals of the education of the investigated school. also, to know which is the effect of these practical representations in the educative ones directed these pupils. The used methodology was to the etnogrfica research of type, that if subdivided in two stages: the comment and interviews half-structuralized with professors and a manager of the school.

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