A Estátua Equestre de D. Pedro I e a Educação Matemática nas Escolas de Aprendizes Artífices no Início da República
Alternative titleThe equestrian statue of D. Pedro I and mathematics education in schools of apprentice artificers in the beginning of the republic
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This paper presents the use of architectural monuments as a source of research in the History of Mathematics Education in schools of apprentice artificers. The research was conducted under the perspective of Cultural History, using documents and literature related to the Equestrian Statue of D. Pedro I monument, the School of Apprentice Artificers and Mathematics Teaching. Taking the monument as its starting point, an analysis of the historical-political and social context was held in the transition period between Brazil Empire and the beginning of the Republic related to professional education. In this juncture, weit was researched some circumstances of the schools implementation of federal apprentice artificers and learned about Mathematics Education in these schools during the period 1909-1926. This process made possible to discuss political, cultural, economic aspects and their differences in a particular time and territory for math education.