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Plano de Estrutura Urbana da Cidade de Maputo Encontramos neles o foco” Idemp. The diversity, according to Takahaship. Such modifications are changing personal identities and causing “the loss of a” sense of self “that is called stable, sometimes shifting or decentration of the subject”. Os caminhos sinuosos de um processo emergente.

Proposals for multicultural education suggests that schools should learn to respect and consider traddicional racial and cultural differences that should be promoted relationships based on dialogue, democracy, respect for others. We believe that tradiciona speaker of Portuguese monolingual or bilingual either no longer has a cultural identity “genuine” and “authentic” as their African ancestors and forefathers who only spoke the Bantu language.

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Such education advocates respect for diversity in school and the need for the recognition of equal rights for all. Services on Demand Journal. By coming to school our students bring with them all their cultural heritage, i. Learning the Portuguese language will lead to the emergence of an acculturation process that will integrate the cultural characteristics of the Western world. The idea of graduation becomes strongly adopted in curriculum and teaching becomes dependent of phases, educqcao, mental ages, normal and abnormal, early and late, successful and failed, etc.


Differential Psychology to study variations among individuals will lead a series of classifications and dichotomies that will put individuals in hierarchies by distinguishing individuals in degree and quality, detecting levels of intelligence, personality differences, cognitive styles, and so on. Entre os trabalhos recentes, ver o artigo de Cahen Cultural expressions and manifestations are rich and plural, especially those linked to layers “popular.

One question that have concerned tradkcional educators is the management of cultural diversity at school. When dealing with cultural diversity is difficult to turn a blind eye to discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, age, language, cultures.

How to cite this article. This author argues that cultural identities are declining, “giving rise to new identities and fragmenting the modern individual, hitherto seen as a subject efucacao Hall,p.

This is cultural hybridization that characterizes the urban culture of Mozambique. For the author, multicultural education has two main features: For such an undertaking is feasible we propose the creation and introduction of a discipline called “Teaching Diversity” in training courses for teachers, whose overall aim would be to reflect on the relationship between education, knowledge and culture.

The transcultural should be seriously taken into consideration, since the Mozambican urban culture is characterized by being culturally hybrid, possessing cultural elements that were historically and social eduucacao for centuries educacwo basic cultural origins are the Bantu and Portuguese.

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Empartiu para os Estados Unidos, onde concluiu o doutorado em Os adjetivos para se referir a esses “inimigos” eram recorrentes: Do urbano ao rural. O cientista fechado com os seus livros?

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It is this latter aspect that produces a convergence between postcolonial studies and cultural studies. Revista Brasileira de Estudos Urbanos e Regionaisn. According to Gadottip. The difference can turn into exclusion. Our schools do not succeed to be spaces for the construction and systemization of knowledge that take into account the different dimensions of antrhopological, political, social and cultural rights. Studies on teaching practices in daily school show the need to seriously consider and reflect upon cultural diversity as one of the characteristics of the student population.


For this reason, we suggest that the first step to be taken should be the formation of teachers capable of working in and with cultural diversity. Submitted 6 Nov ; received in revised form 24 Mar ; accepted 28 Apr Concordamos com Dussel quando este afirma que:.

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Maputo, Instituto Nacional do Livro e do Disco. The school should to find a common ground and put it in the curriculum.

The Journal of Modern African Studies30 2: Transformation and school success: It is important to notice that a common curriculum does not mean a homogeneous tradicionaal, or even create a monocultural curriculum. Although multicultural education appears to solve several problems, as says Gadottip. Maputo, capital of Mozambique, sees the condition of displacement and urban accessibility worsens as it grows its metropolitan area.

For instance, it paradoxically encourages “the contempt for the other, racism, self-centeredness”.

Final thoughts Cultural diversity concern Mozambicans educators since we have in the same room students from different genera belonging to linguistic groups, ethnic and religious, with different ideas, knowledge, temporal and spatial differentiated. Talvez a realidade nos tenha enganado. According to Costap.