Subjectivity expresses a specific quality of the individual’s experience marked by culture when integrating symbolic elements with emotionality that simultaneously constitute the subjects and their contexts. From the theoretical framework of subjectivity in a cultural-historical perspective, the presence of a diagnosis of learning disorder at school is understood as a phenomenon of social subjectivity. Thus, the aim of this study was to understand how a diagnosis of learning disorder is integrated into the social subjectivity of the school. The study was carried out in the early grades of an Elementary School in Brasília, Distrito Federal, Brazil. The method and procedures of analysis were based on the Qualitative Epistemology with the use of a variety of written and non-written instruments applied to school professionals, among which three teachers constituted privileged informants. Through the production of indicators, the hypothesis that school institutionalization contributes to the production of learning disorders was defined. In this sense, a theoretical model is presented, which represents the configuration of the social subjectivity of the school of which school institutionalization is part. It is concluded that the incorporation of the diagnosis of learning disorder into the pedagogical routine contributes to a scientific refinement of the exclusion of students who disagree with school expectations.

de França Sá, A.L., Marsico, G., (2022). A institucionalização escolar e sua contribuição para a produção de transtornos de aprendizagem: um estudo sobre a subjetividade social da escola, Revista Brasileira de Educação Especial- RBEE. Corumbá, v.28, e0003, p.193-208, https://doi.org/10.1590/1980-54702022v28e0003

giuseppina marsico
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2022

Abstract

Subjectivity expresses a specific quality of the individual’s experience marked by culture when integrating symbolic elements with emotionality that simultaneously constitute the subjects and their contexts. From the theoretical framework of subjectivity in a cultural-historical perspective, the presence of a diagnosis of learning disorder at school is understood as a phenomenon of social subjectivity. Thus, the aim of this study was to understand how a diagnosis of learning disorder is integrated into the social subjectivity of the school. The study was carried out in the early grades of an Elementary School in Brasília, Distrito Federal, Brazil. The method and procedures of analysis were based on the Qualitative Epistemology with the use of a variety of written and non-written instruments applied to school professionals, among which three teachers constituted privileged informants. Through the production of indicators, the hypothesis that school institutionalization contributes to the production of learning disorders was defined. In this sense, a theoretical model is presented, which represents the configuration of the social subjectivity of the school of which school institutionalization is part. It is concluded that the incorporation of the diagnosis of learning disorder into the pedagogical routine contributes to a scientific refinement of the exclusion of students who disagree with school expectations.
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