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Title: “Nunca poderia imaginar”! Multiplicidades para a inserção de sexualidades e gênero na formação inicial docente
Other Titles: "I could never imagine!" Multiplicities for sexuality and gender insertion in initial teacher’s education
Keywords: Relações de gênero
Sexualidade na educação
Educação rizomática
Professores - Formação
Gender relations
Sexuality in education
Rhizomatic Learning
Teachers - Training of
Issue Date: May-2014
Publisher: Universidade Estadual de Maringá
Citation: RIBEIRO, C. M.; FARIA, L. M. de C. “Nunca poderia imaginar”! Multiplicidades para a inserção de sexualidades e gênero na formação inicial docente. Teoria e Prática da Educação, v. 17, n. 2, p. 33-42, maio/ago. 2014.
Abstract: Generally, when there are paper presentations at conferences, seminars, among other events, or even when there is an invitation for external members to Lavras Federal University for a Master’s degree defense panel, the expression “I could never imagine” is frequent. This is due to the action of Licentiate Undergraduate students in Chemistry who had their education at the same university. This article thus presents and discusses the multiple possibilities for the insertion of gender and sexuality themes in any licentiate course for students’ education. This article specifically presents and discusses an experience in a class of licentiates in Language and Literature at UFLA from the discipline School and Curriculum: Policy and Educational Planning as the authors of this paper work in the UFLA Department of Education and are responsible for some disciplines, cross-referring, here, the gender and sexuality discussions and registering through written statements the speech of students on the topics covered. The results indicate that the discussion of gender and sexuality can be effective in the initial teacher’s education, in teaching, in research and in extension.
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