This paper analyses the practices for forming the teaching body subjectivity publicized in the discourse of the Brazilian educative media. Such discourse divulges a training curriculum that teaches female teachers how to be and to proceed. The here methodology adopted - allowed by the use of Foucaultian analytical tools, such as discourse, government and subjectivation - consists in describing and discussing how the curriculum of the educative media works, and how it objectivates and subjectivates. This study advocates that the subjectivity demanded from female teachers is not built, molded and regulated through the imposition of practices to be followed, butrather through the activation of motivations, desires, hopes and also personal, professional, individual and collective dreams in this subject.
Curriculum; Educative media; Teaching body subjectivity