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RIBEIRO, Guilherme Faria; SANTEIRO, Tales Vilela  and  CENTURION, Neftali Beatriz. Family-school approach: thinking group experience in public school environment. Vínculo [online]. 2020, vol.17, n.1, pp.75-96. ISSN 1806-2490.

The aim of this paper is to present an experience report of an operative group carried out with teachers and parents of students of the fourth grade of elementary school in a public school, located in a small municipality in the interior of the state of Minas Gerais. The group emerged from the demand of the school, which reported learning difficulties of students, absence of parents to meetings, student misbehavior, among others. Two meetings of approximately one hour were held. Three teachers and 10 mothers participated. These groups were mediated by the psychologist of the city's Municipal Secretariat of Education, whose function is to accompany all schools and kindergartens in the municipality. The group experiences highlighted emerging as: workload of the teacher and limitation of infrastructure for teaching; lack of time for parents to devote themselves to caring for their children. The culpability of teachers to mothers and mothers to teachers was another aspect observed. In this context, the groups proved to be a tool for constructing dialogical strategies that favored the understanding of the demands presented.

Keywords : school inclusion; educational institutions; operative groups; action research.

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