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KISHIMOTO, Tizuko Morchida  e  ITO, Lucy Sayuri. Pedagogical training in Mozambique: the voice of the participants. Educ. Pesqui. [online]. 2018, vol.44, e178295.  Epub 06-Ago-2018. ISSN 1678-4634.

The article highlights the voice of health professionals in Mozambique in their account of experiences during a training programme characterised by the praxis approach, reflexive and critical methods, and autonomic and dialogical actions. The impact of this qualification process on the changes they are conducting in their country is investigated through the voice of the participants. The theoretical framework provides an analysis of the innovative changes made by the professionals, based on indicators (intellectual, emotional and sustainability) proposed by Andy Hargreaves. Listening to the professionals subsidises the perspectives of Larrosa and Contreras, which, by giving visibility to each participant’s experience, enables discovering what occurs in the qualification process they participate in. The research methodology favours semi-structured interviews as participant statements. The data was collected annually in Maputo and São Paulo in 2012-2015, involving twenty health professionals, three experts and a coordinator, and information in articles produced by the team. 105 statements comprise the set of empirical data that is analysed according to Bardin criteria. The results indicate that the professionals acquired knowledge and skills in diagnosing and solving problems in the Mozambican reality. Reflections about the practice, with autonomy, protagonism, dialogue and respect for the voice of others, show the reflection of the qualification course and the construction of the professional and personal identity that leads to collaborative work in producing innovative changes.

Palavras-chave : Pedagogical training; Voice of the actors; International cooperation; Health in Mozambique.

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