Entendendo a economia: educação econômico-financeira na infância sob uma perspectiva construtivista

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Marianela Denegri Coria
Jocelyne Sepúlveda Aravena
Francisca Silva Layera

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A globalização e as mudanças estruturais nos níveis econômico, social e político modificaram a dinâmica relacional da sociedade e deram um papel de liderança ao consumo (BAUMANN, 2007), uma situação transversal em todas as idades. Um segmento particularmente relevante são as crianças, que enfrentam as demandas do ambiente social e experimentam a construção de sua identidade em um ambiente de alta comercialização. Este artigo discute a descrição e análise dos níveis de compressão econômica desde a infância e os atores e processos que moldam a socialização econômica, definidos como um processo de aprendizagem de padrões de interação com o mundo econômico (DENEGRI et al., 2004 ) Com base na abordagem construtivista piagetiana, propõe-se um modelo de educação econômico-financeira que se articule com os requisitos do treinamento para a cidadania. Conclui com reflexões sobre a importância da educação econômico-financeira para o desenvolvimento de uma cidadania crítica e economicamente empoderada desde a infância.


 

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Coria, M. D., Aravena, J. S., & Layera, F. S. (2018). Entendendo a economia: educação econômico-financeira na infância sob uma perspectiva construtivista. Ensino Em Re-Vista, 25(1), 57-81. https://doi.org/10.14393/ER-v25n1a2018-03
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Dossiê O conhecimento social na perspectiva piagetiana

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