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NASCIMENTO, Graciele Seleguim; SCAPIM, Kelly Cristina de Moura  and  SILVEIRA, Cláudia Alexandra Bolela. School inclusion, and cooperative games: a possible role of the school psychologist in the socialization process and integration. Rev. SPAGESP [online]. 2010, vol.11, n.2, pp. 51-63. ISSN 1677-2970.

This article aims to present a study on the integration of students in a school inclusion program through cooperative games, opening up possibilities for the school psychologist to work with groups in this context, based on an internship experience in School Psychology and Social Community. The research was a case study with a second-grade group of children from a local school in the state of São Paulo that welcomed students of inclusion. We used field logbooks and records of weekly meetings. Data were analyzed qualitatively from theoretical frameworks on cooperative games. The results evinced the importance of using cooperative games as a strategy in school psychology work with groups in socialization process and children integration.

Keywords : Groups; Cooperative games; Inclusion; Socialization; Integration.

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