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Title: Violência, fracasso escolar e juventude periférica: contribuições da psicologia escolar para a formação docente continuada
Other Titles: Violence, school failure and peripheral youth: contributions from school psychology to continuing teaching training
Keywords: Psicologia escolar
Formação docente
Protagonismo juvenil
Violência de Estado
School psychology
Teacher training
Youth protagonism
State violence
Issue Date: Jun-2020
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Lavras
Citation: BULHÕES, L. F. S. S. Violência, fracasso escolar e juventude periférica: contribuições da psicologia escolar para a formação docente continuada. Devir Educação, Lavras, v. 4, n. 1, p. 139-154, jan./jun. 2020. DOI:
Abstract: Studies on the history of School Psychology as a field of knowledge in Brazil have pointed out theoretical and practical mismatches in the area's productions, generated by the distance between the psychologist and the concrete reality of educational institutions. This scenario corroborates the spread of clinical and pathological expectations regarding the scolar psychologist's performance. Therefore, schools request the intervention of the psychologist, hoping that complaints regarding school failure, indiscipline and violence result in diagnoses for students, exempting from responsibility the exclusionary logic of bourgeois institutions that condition interpersonal relationships. Through an intervention report, this article aims to contribute to overcoming this medical and individualizing perspective of the school psychologist's work in the context of continuing teacher education. From the institutional demand, the intervention on screen turned to the theme of the relationships between youth, violence and school failure. The challenges faced gravitated around overcoming the diagnostic expectation of the institution and deconstructing the ideal standard of good student. The training content consisted of: getting to know students beyond the school walls; adopt the students' reality as the starting point of the intervention; work on the peripheral culture within the school; support collective organization as a means for objective transformations. The results obtained pointed to the transformation of the interpersonal relationships between the teachers and the students involved, who have conquered spaces for the expression of peripheral culture in the institution, as well as the representation of student interests.
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