Confluência Etnomatemática Intersecção de Visões de Mundo Nativa e Acadêmica

Autores

  • Tod Shockey Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto
  • Mitchell Bear John University of Maine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/etd.v19i3.8648370

Palavras-chave:

Etnomatemática. Confluência. Visão de Mundo Nativa. Visão de Mundo Ocidental. Educação Matemática.

Resumo

Adotamos o conceito de confluência como uma metáfora para considerarmos o nosso compromisso etnomatemático nos últimos catorze anos. Durante esse tempo, trabalhamos com alunos e professores e percebemos que a diversidade de significados trouxe muitas influências para o nosso compromisso matemático coletivo. O princípio da visão de dois olhos (MARSHALL, 2004) permite aos autores um enquadramento diferente por meio do qual consideram a importância da visão de mundo nativa e da visão acadêmica ocidental. A confluência da visão de mundo nativa com a visão acadêmica ocidental é o que orienta a nossa história. Do ponto de vista nativo trazemos a riqueza da história e das tradições orais. O lado ocidental da nossa história traz o encaminhamento de uma variedade de conhecimentos acadêmicos, como, por exemplo, a educação matemática, a lingüística e a antropologia. Um tema abrangente que vamos apresentar é o afeto. Afeto para os nossos alunos, bem como para nós pesquisadores.

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Biografia do Autor

Tod Shockey, Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto

Ph.D. Mathematics Education - University of Virginia - Charlottesville, VA, EUA. Associate professor at the University of Toledo - Bancroft St, Toledo, OH, EUA

Mitchell Bear John, University of Maine

PhD in Higher Education Policy at the University of Maine, Orono, Maine, EUA. University of Maine System Office Native American Waiver and Educational Program Coordinator – Orono, Maine, EUA

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2017-07-04

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Shockey, T., & John, M. B. (2017). Confluência Etnomatemática Intersecção de Visões de Mundo Nativa e Acadêmica. ETD - Educação Temática Digital, 19(3), 712–735. https://doi.org/10.20396/etd.v19i3.8648370