Uma dimensão global por meio do ensino do 'Mundo Antigo'

conceitos teóricos e uma abordagem empírica a partir dos livros didáticos gregos

Autores

  • Anthony Hourdakis University of Crete

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/herodoto.2021.v6.13803

Palavras-chave:

Ensino de História Antiga, Conceitos teóricos, Abordagem empírica, Livros didáticos gregos

Resumo

O presente estudo visa investigar em que medida uma dimensão global é comunicada aos estudantes por meio do ensino de "Mundo Antigo" nas diferentes matérias dos livros didáticos de ensino primário na grécia, a saber: línguas, estudos sociais, ciência e religião. Neste artigo, o "Mundo Antigo" se refere tanto à tradicional civilização greco-romana, quanto àquelas não greco-romanas. A análise dos conteúdos desses livros didáticos gregos demonstra que a apresentação do "Mundo Antigo" tem como propósito promover uma orientação etnocêntrica/nacionalista. A ausência de referências a outras civilizações antigas, nesse sentido, está em contraste com as atuais ênfases presentes no desenvolvimento de currículos globais e multiculturais?

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Biografia do Autor

Anthony Hourdakis, University of Crete

Anthony Hourdakis is a professor at the University of Crete, Greece. He is a graduate of the University of Crete and holds a M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Sorbonne in Paris. He is a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Zhengzhou University (China), Director of the Centre of Lifelong Learning and Training, and Director of the Museum of Education of the University of Crete. His works has been translated in over 6 languages and his books on Aristotle are studied in many universities in LATAM Disciplines
  • Social Theory
  • Qualitative Social Research
  • Cultural History
  • History of History
  • Adult Education
  • Educational Theory
  • Didactics
Skills and expertise
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Pedagogy and Education
  • Learning
  • Pedagogy
  • E-Learning
  • Collaborative Learning
  • Online Learning
  • Online Education
  • Problem Solving
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Pedagogics
  • Culture, Politics, and Education
  • Adult Learning
  • Reflection
  • Arts-Based Education Research
  • Arts-Based Educational Research
  • Arts-Based Research Methodology
  • Gender History
Languages
  • Ancient Greek (to 1453)
  • English
  • French
  • Greek, Modern
  • Latin

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Antonis-Hourdakis

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Hourdakis, A. . (2022). Uma dimensão global por meio do ensino do ’Mundo Antigo’ : conceitos teóricos e uma abordagem empírica a partir dos livros didáticos gregos. Heródoto: Revista Do Grupo De Estudos E Pesquisas Sobre a Antiguidade Clássica E Suas Conexões Afro-asiáticas, 6(1), 320–350. https://doi.org/10.34024/herodoto.2021.v6.13803

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