ABS286 - Cultural-historical social pedagogy: A case of didactic-pedagogic dialectical-interactive intervention within the convergent epistemological regions of the social assistance and the education

3.3 Interventionist methodologies: bridging theory and practice
Paper in a Working Group Roundtable (WGRT)
11:00 AM, jeudi 31 août 2017 (1 heure)
Midday Meal   12:00 PM à 01:30 PM (1 heure 30 minutes)
Convention Center - 2000 A - Table A
This is a dialectic-interactive qualitative research with the Cultural-Historical approach in the form of a didactic-pedagogic intervention. It is a case study with the Davidovian experiment with teachers, pedagogic coordinators, and children at the Association for Children Support Joanna De Ângelis-AJA, in the city of Rio Verde, State of Goiás, Brazil. The research shows that it is possible to articulate the Social Pedagogy (Caliman, 2010) and the Cultural-Historical approach (Giffoni, 2014) in order to create new concepts within a changing movement of social assistance and education with subjects acting in risk and poverty social situations. The methodology was the radical-local teaching and learning approach (Hedegaard and Chaiklin, 2005) and Fichtner's (2009) and methodology of paint and photography description of the geographic subject’s daily life activities.  The research opens possibilities for AJA and other institutions to solve their own problem in the converging point of the social assistance and the education: Brazilian laws don't allow institutions with the main objective of social assistance to be supported by the City Secretary other than Social Assistance Secretary, but AJA's educators have been paid by the Secretary of Education. The research also opens new avenues for the foundation of Institutions in this convergent point, by studying the function of the Social Educator in the field of Social Pedagogy in Brazil. In this sense, an International Colloquium was promoted within the research: to study the work of a Social Educator inside the schools and other institutions. The research has been supported by Universidade de Rio Verde-UNIRV.
Universidade de Rio Verde