Como devemos viver juntos? Escolhendo a luta por valores inclusivos

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21723/riaee.v13.nesp2.set2018.11650

Palavras-chave:

Inclusão, Exclusão, Valores, Valores de Alfabetização, Neoliberalismo, Meio Ambiente, Mudanças Climáticas

Resumo

Este artigo discute como um profundo comprometimento com os conceitos de inclusão e exclusão pode ajudar a transformar nosso pensamento e prática em questões de grande importância para a sociedade e a educação. A tarefa de desenvolver o pensamento e a prática inclusivos, compensando o pensamento e a ação excludentes na educação e na sociedade nunca foi tão importante. Abordagens econômicas globais contribuem para as grandes desigualdades de renda, saúde, segurança, respeito, qualidade de vida e sustentabilidade dos ambientes que, por sua vez, alimentam a migração em massa. Manter um mundo natural capaz de promover o florescimento humano tornou-se fundamental para entender e excluir as pressões para nós no futuro e para milhões de pessoas no presente. Continuamos arruinando a casa que compartilhamos. No entanto, a falha em lidar rapidamente com a destruição ambiental causada pelos seres humanos, incluindo o aquecimento global, deixou um tempo limitado para ação. Como educadores, temos a responsabilidade de nos distanciar das concepções limitadas dos papéis que herdamos e de promover uma educação que seja parte da solução para os problemas urgentes do nosso tempo.

Biografia do Autor

Antony John Booth, Newman University Birmingham

QUALIFICATIONS Part 1 Chemistry, Oxford University, 1962. MA Psychology and Philosophy, Oxford University 1962-1966. M Ed. Psych. Child Guidance Training Centre, 1969-1970. POSITIONS HELD Programmed Lesson Writer, Education Systems Limited: 1966-1967. Comprehensive School Teacher: 1967-1969. Educational Psychologist Nottingham LEA: 1970-1972. Newcomen Research Fellow and tutor on MSc in Human Communication, Guy’s Hospital:1972-1973. Educational Psychologist, ILEA: 1973-4. Senior Educational Psychologist, Sheffield: 1974-1977. Researcher in Social and Political Sciences, supervisor of undergraduate students, University of Cambridge:1977-1979. Lecturer in Education, Open University: 1979-1989. Senior Lecturer in Education, Open University, 1989-1999. Professor of Inclusive and International Education, anterbury Christ Church University College: 1999-2010. Visiting Fellow, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education, 2010. EXTERNAL EXAMINING-COURSES:Warwick University, B.Ed: 1985-8. Chief Examiner, Edinburgh University, Postgraduate special and inclusive Education Programme, 1990-1996. Cambridge University, 1998. Glasgow University 2003-2008. EXTERNAL EXAMINING PhD’s - University of Sheffield, 1980. University of Sterling, 1993. University of East Anglia, 1997. University of East London, 1997. University of Reading, 1998. University of East Anglia 1998. University of London, Institute of Education, 1998. Keele University 2000. University of Manchester 2003, 2005, 2010, 2012. University of Capetown 2006. University of Warwick, 2001, 2008. Newman University Birmingham, 2017.

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Booth, A. J. (2018). Como devemos viver juntos? Escolhendo a luta por valores inclusivos. Revista Ibero-Americana De Estudos Em Educação, 13(6), 1388–1406. https://doi.org/10.21723/riaee.v13.nesp2.set2018.11650

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