Alfabetização Micropolítica e Formação Profissional de Professores Iniciantes

Translated title of the contribution: Micropolitan Literacy and Vocational Training for Beginners

Rachel Shanks* (Corresponding Author)

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Support for beginning teachers and their professional learning is important for their stay in the profession. In developing micropolitical literacy, beginning teachers can deal with the micropolitics of conflict and the workplace, understand ideas of identity and the important role that relationships of trust and power play in their own learning processes. An exploratory study of mixed methods of how beginner teachers learn in the workplace took place in Scotland with beginner teachers filling in questionnaires online and being interviewed. Some respondents denied the existence of any policy in the workplace, but others were more aware of workplace politics around them. In order to keep beginning teachers in the profession,
Translated title of the contributionMicropolitan Literacy and Vocational Training for Beginners
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)134-150
Number of pages17
JournalCurrículo sem Fronteiras
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 30 Apr 2019


  • newly qualified teachers
  • micro-political literacy
  • teacher induction
  • professional learning
  • Micro-political literacy
  • Newly qualified teachers
  • Teacher induction
  • Professional learning


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