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American Journal of Educational Research. 2017, 5(7), 756-761
DOI: 10.12691/education-5-7-10
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Knowledge and Instruments Cultural Modern in the Everyday Practices of Making Environmental and Labor Education

Dirlêi Andrade Bonfim1, and Milton Ferreira da Silva Júnior2

1Faculdade Independente do Nordeste, Vitória da Conquista, Bahia, Brazil

2Universidade federal do Sul da Bahia, Ilhéus, Brazil

Pub. Date: July 22, 2017

Cite this paper:
Dirlêi Andrade Bonfim and Milton Ferreira da Silva Júnior. Knowledge and Instruments Cultural Modern in the Everyday Practices of Making Environmental and Labor Education. American Journal of Educational Research. 2017; 5(7):756-761. doi: 10.12691/education-5-7-10

Abstract

The present article seeks to articulate some thoughts about environmental issues, about the knowledge of the integration of knowledge and instruments of cultural modern in the everyday practices of labor and make education. In this process, we realize many times that the educational Institutions and training such as the construction organising and articuladoras of knowledge that enable the exchange of concepts, ideas, values and construction of the science, comes in the course of time promoting the encounter between the educator and the learner and between the object of knowledge and the object of education. Presents a discussion on Environmental Education in Brazil, whose analysis of the data, if processed by the method cartographic proposed as path wandering. Thus, the present work has the objective of raising the discussion about the environmental doing in the universe of daily practices of the educational work and to bring to the fore the subjects of education in the broader sense, the plural subject. For that, it was used the revision of the scientific literature with the perspective of bringing to the discussion a look of the knowledge and cultural instruments. It is therefore part of an essentially dynamic educational process that can foster and promote transformation at the same time, within a continuous universe of relevant metamorphoses. That imposes on us all taken positions and at the same time the necessity of not only observing such changes but somehow inserting themselves in that process.

Keywords:
cultural knowledge environmental education daily practices plural subject format microsoft

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