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Thursday, June 18 • 5:15pm - 7:45pm
School And Education: A Survey Of Articles Between 2000 To 2013

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Abstract #323
School and Education: A Survey of Articles Between 2000 to 2013
Presenter: Vanessa Hanayo Sakotani
Abstract:
This abstract presents parcial analysis of a research that aims to analyse scientific publications on resilience and education, published in the period 2000-2013, in Portuguese. The search for articles was conducted on CAPES Journals Portal, SciELO and Medicine® with the following keywords: education and resilience, resilience, and school and student resilience, resilience, and student and teacher resilience, resilience and child and adolescent resilience. Among 15 articles that shows relations between resilience and education, we highlight 9 articles that approach the school’s roles to promote resilience. The articles declare that school is ideal place to promote resilience because: it’s possible to develop capabilities and potential of students (Peltz et al., 2010); when working with heterogenous groups it increases the relationship between students and teachers leading to human development (Fajardo et al., 2010); develop student autonomy (Scriptori and Junior, 2010), self esteem and self efficiency (Poletto e Koller, 2008); and coping strategies (Pinheiro, 2004); it’s exceeds only knowledge and help its to promote health, life quality and welfare (Fajardo et al., 2010). However, Peltz et al. (2010), Chrispino and Gonçalves (2013) and Amparo et al. (2008) indicate that school could be protective but it can be a risk, with teachers’ negative atitudes.

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Vanessa Sakotani

Master Student, UNESP
I graduated in Education from UNESP and currently I'm Master student in Education at the same institution.


Thursday June 18, 2015 5:15pm - 7:45pm
King's Gym Gymnasium, King's College

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