Inclusive Education and Vocational and Technological Training
interfaces and challenges at the Federal Institute of Rondônia/Brazil
Keywords:Educational Inclusion, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Initial Training Course
This article reflects on the theme of Inclusive Education, an educational paradigm that refers to a restructuring of culture, practice and policies experienced in schools, so that they meet the diversity of students. It aims to contribute to the reflection on the challenges of educational inclusion of students in the IFRO – Porto Velho Calama Campus and communicate the process of development and application of the educational product: Initial Formation Course. The method used was the Educational Action Research, with the acquisition and analysis of data based on educational documents that guide the inclusion of autistic students prepared in IFRO, legislation and national guidelines concerning the subject. Among the results achieved, it is reported that IFRO has developed actions aimed at improving the conditions of access, permanence and success of students with disabilities, including students with ASD. However, there is a threat scenario to this inclusive process, caused by neoliberal pedagogies that put at risk the continuity of the offer of Integrated Secondary Education, and intend to remodel the curricula, configuring a teaching by competences, which aims to attend to productivist interests and logics with regard to professional practice. In the case of the education of the person with ASD, these pedagogies tend to disregard the characteristic variability of the disorder, demand unachievable standards and intensify exclusion.
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