Teoria do Código de Legitimação: um Novo Olhar para a Sala de Aula de Ciências

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Palavras-chave:

TCL, Ensino de Ciências, Mapeamento em Pesquisa Educacional

Resumo

Apresentamos uma revisão sistemática na literatura sobre o uso da Teoria do Código de Legitimação (TCL) no campo educacional. Partimos da leitura histórica com o objetivo de compreender de que maneira esta teoria foi sendo construída e difundida em diferentes campos de pesquisa e como ocorreu sua disseminação em distintos contextos ao longo da última década. Neste estudo, buscamos avaliar as tendências, as perspectivas e as possíveis contribuições da pesquisa voltada ao ensino de ciências, desse modo, realizamos um mapeamento a partir de buscas em plataformas de pesquisa como o Periódico da Capes, Google Acadêmico e ERIC, utilizando combinação de palavras-chaves como: Teoria do Código de Legitimação, Formação de Professores e Ondas semânticas, em diferentes idiomas entre período de 2013 e 2021. Como resultado, identificamos 104 artigos, com distintos objetivos, objetos de estudo e dispositivos de tradução, que servem para futuras análises em variadas áreas e níveis de ensino. Verificamos, no mapeamento horizontal, que, mesmo a teoria tendo suas bases na Austrália, apresenta uma grande difusão na África do Sul. No mapeamento vertical, verificamos que a maioria dos estudos apresenta como foco o processo de construção do conhecimento e os processos interativos em sala de aula.

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Biografia do Autor

Edson José Wartha, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Professor Associado

Professor Associado, Departamento de Química, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Doutor em Ensino de Ciências

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Guimarães de Andrade, D., & José Wartha, E. (2021). Teoria do Código de Legitimação: um Novo Olhar para a Sala de Aula de Ciências. Mandacaru: Revista De Ensino De Ciências E Matemática, 1(1), 56–80. Recuperado de http://ead.codai.ufrpe.br/index.php/mandacaru/article/view/4545

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Processos de construção de significados