TEACHING, TECHNOLOGY AND PREJUDICE: FIELD DIARY IN A SCHOOL AIMED AT THE PUBLIC LGBTTT IN BRAZIL

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2017-08-01

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Silva, Renan Antonio [UNESP]

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Univ Estadual Paulista-unesp, Fac Ciencias Letras Assis

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The Brazilian Federal program Without Homophobia was launched by the Special Secretariat of Human Rights (SEDH) in 2004, through the National Council of Combating Discrimination (CNCD). This programme aims to combat violence and discrimination against the LGBT group and promote homosexual citizenship, questioning themes relating to homosexuality in all government ministries, and to propose policies that enjoy this population in the most varied spheres, among them education. In the context of these policies, it was created in Campinas-SP a school focused on the public LGBTTT, called E-Young. Thus, this article aims to know the reality experienced by the pupils and teachers in this school and the possible transformations experienced both in the personal sphere (learning, freedom, among others) as in the collective sphere, concerning combating homophobia. Such changes or not, have been described in field journal format. In addition to the importance of the school in building a society that values diversity, the E-young project contemplates the use of new technologies in education, with a view to developing an increasingly technological society and the consequent insertion of these new technologies in the learning process. The preliminary findings point out that stating whether gay or lesbian is to say, at first, that it will not live according to the natural and conventional, which is going to experience a new form of marriage and family, which is not expected by parents, uncles, grandparents, etc.

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School, Inclusion, Technology, Field diary

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Revista Ibero-americana De Estudos Em Educacao. Assis: Univ Estadual Paulista-unesp, Fac Ciencias Letras Assis, v. 12, p. 1217-1233, 2017.

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