Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso de Especialização
A importância da gestão democrática escolar na formação do leitor
Fernandes, Telma Santos
The importance of democratic participative school management in formation of readers of the elementary education was the central axis of this bibliographic research. In order to identify and recognize the conception of many authors who focus on this subject, we attempt to understand the principles that guide the democratic management, which are the School Council, the Pedagogical Political Project, election of directors and financial decentralization, and then identify how they can positively interfere in the pursuit of reproduce in schools children and young readers in their widest sense. That they are not only able to decipher the code written, but they can understand, reflect, interpret, criticize, read between the lines and develop a taste for reading. As well as pave the way for changing attitudes and values, promoting advances in their personal, professional and school life. It was in this sense that the survey was conducted, trying to understand why the current school is not satisfying these needs, whether it's one of its fundamental principles, and how the democratic management can promote significant advances in the formation of the reader, once committed to its guiding principles. We realize that the direct intervention of management with teachers, promoting studies, planning and a continuous training, also in order to develop a taste for reading in the teachers, would be one of the crucial points, as these are the ones that have more contact with students and can lead to real change. Also take parents to school, making them realize the role of adults on the formation of reading in children. And lastly, we have seen as the work of the school library can play an indispensable role, with the support of school management, with literature for children and youth to develop a taste for reading and allow the formation for citizenship.