Perceptions of licensing students about curriculum concept: implications of culture and school culture in education
Authors: Andressa Graziele Brandt, Filomena Lucia Gossler Rodrigues da Silva, Sonia Regina de Souza Fernandes, Franc-Lane Sousa Carvalho do Nascimento, Nadja Regina Sousa Magalhães, Joelson de Sousa Morais
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the representations that students of a Bachelor's Degree in Pedagogy of a Federal Institute (IFs) of the State of Santa Catarina possuem em relação a compreensão do conceito de curriculum and suas implicações nas curriculum policies of Basic Education. In this research of qualitative character, we use as a method semi-structured interview with open questions as an instrument of information queue, as well as conducted with 08 undergraduate students of the 7th and 8th semesters of the referred course. The results show that the perceptions of two graduates are based on curriculum comprehension as an instrument of transformation, on two levels of school, planning, curriculum, hidden and evaluated, whether they are represented by students or school culture elements, or by national curricular policy, seja, part of the curriculum, all elements of a curricular development, quais são imbricados pela cultura.