Educação e Pesquisa
versión impresa ISSN 1517-9702
MORAES, Carmen Sylvia Vidigal; CALSAVARA, Tatiana y MARTINS, Ana Paula. Libertarian teaching and the relationship between labor and education: some reflections. Educ. Pesqui. [online]. 2012, vol.38, n.4, pp. 997-1012. Epub 19-Jun-2012. ISSN 1517-9702. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1517-97022012005000011.
One of the major challenges in the studies on anarchist school pedagogy consists precisely of apprehending the contents of teaching. Assuming that concern, this text has three-fold objective: to analyze the educational proposal of the institution that libertarian teacher João Penteado was in charge of, in the city of São Paulo, in the first decades of the 20th century; to indicate significant aspects of the concept of integral education and the way labor is present in the organization of teaching; and, finally, to present some research notes that may contribute to a further and in-depth study. A choice was made to encompass the period when two moments in the life of the school run by João Penteado - the Modern School Nº 1 (1912-1919) and the New School (1920-1923). It is understood that the chronology so defined is able to include the plurality of the school practices required for the purpose of analysis. The documentation utilized is basically limited to newspapers and other sources produced and/or accumulated in the different periods during which the school(s) existed, especially, the newspapers Boletim da Escola Moderna (the Modern School newsletter), Boletim da Escola Nova (the New School newsletter), Boletim da Academia Saldanha Marinho (the Saldanha Marinho Academy newsletter), O Início (the Beginning), O Iris (the Iris). In the study of the first period, simultaneous with the Modern School, there are also news published bsão by some newspapers of the working-class and anarchist press, including A Lanterna (the Lantern), A Vida (the Life) and O Amigo do Povo (the Friend of the People).
Palabras llave : Anarchist movement; Libertarian teaching; Integral education.