Educa??o escolar ind?gena em uma escola do Oiapoque

This dissertation is a research work at the public Indigenous School Jorge Iaparr?, which is part of the Indigenous Land Ua??, Karipuna of ethnicity, which is located in the village of Manga, municipality of Oiapoque, State of Amap?. This research aimed to report the historical process of constructi...

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Publication Date:2016
Main Author: COSTA, Risonete Santiago da lattes
Advisor: Mattos, Jos? Roberto Linhares de
Referee: Mattos, Jos? Roberto Linhares de, Barbosa, Aline Mauricio, Damasceno, Jo?o Batista, Nascimento, Eulina Coutinho Silva do
Document type: Master thesis
Language:por
Published: Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro
Program: Programa de P?s-Gradua??o em Educa??o Agr?cola
Department: Instituto de Agronomia
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Online Access:https://tede.ufrrj.br/jspui/handle/jspui/2161
Citation:COSTA, Risonete Santiago da. Educa??o Escolar Ind?gena em uma Escola do Oiapoque. 2016. 46 f. Disserta??o (Mestrado em Educa??o Agr?cola). Instituto de Agronomia, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Serop?dica, RJ, 2016
Portuguese abstract:Esta disserta??o ? um trabalho de pesquisa desenvolvida na Escola Ind?gena Estadual Jorge Iaparr?, que faz parte da Terra Ind?gena Ua?a, da etnia Karipuna, que est? localizada na Aldeia Manga, Munic?pio de Oiapoque, Estado do Amap?. Esta pesquisa teve como objetivo principal relatar o processo hist?rico de constru??o da educa??o escolar ind?gena e suas implica??es no processo educacional, onde tivemos a Escola Ind?gena Estadual Jorge Iaparr?, como escola l?cus da pesquisa. Para tanto enfocamos como se deu historicamente o processo de ocupa??o territorial do Munic?pio de Oiapoque, cujo contexto de ocupa??o exerceu grande influ?ncia no processo hist?rico de constru??o s?cio cultural da etnia Karipuna. Tamb?m investigamos os processos hist?ricos de origem desta etnia, sua cultura, l?ngua, organiza??o socioecon?mica e pol?tica. A partir destas constata??es, verificamos como ocorreu o processo de escolariza??o dos ind?genas desta etnia, a origem da aldeia Manga e a trajet?ria escolar nesta aldeia. Neste contexto enfocamos a historicidade da educa??o escolar em sua fase inicial e nos contextos das v?rias legisla??es que norteiam a educa??o escolar ind?gena, considerando a especificidade desta modalidade de educa??o, a forma??o de professores ind?genas e n?o ind?genas. Para as an?lises buscamos as entrevistas realizadas com os professores ind?genas, lideran?as e as propostas educacionais locais e nacionais. Todo este processo se deu inicialmente atrav?s de pesquisa etnogr?fica e posteriormente realizamos novas coletas de dados atrav?s de estudo de caso, onde foi poss?vel realizar um estudo numa forma contextualizada de educa??o escolar ind?gena a partir da vis?o dos entrevistados.
English abstract:This dissertation is a research work at the public Indigenous School Jorge Iaparr?, which is part of the Indigenous Land Ua??, Karipuna of ethnicity, which is located in the village of Manga, municipality of Oiapoque, State of Amap?. This research aimed to report the historical process of construction of the indigenous education and its implications in the educational process where we had the State Indigenous School Jorge Iaparr? as locus school research. Therefore we focus on how historically gave all territorial occupation process of the municipality of Oiapoque whose context occupation exerted great influence in the historical process of building cultural partner Karipuna ethnicity. We also investigated the historical processes of origin of ethnicity, culture, language, socio-economic and political organization. From these findings we see how was the process of education of the indigenous of this ethnic group, the origin of the village Manga and the whole school life in this village. In this context we focus all historicity of school education in its early stages and in the contexts of the various laws that guide the indigenous education considering the specificity of this type of education training of indigenous teachers and non-indigenous. For the analysis we carried out interviews with indigenous teachers, leaders and local and national educational proposals. This whole process was initially through ethnographic research and then carries out new data collection through case study. It was possible to carry out this study in a contextualized perception of indigenous education from the perception of interviewed people.