I made one person, myself in the world [ During the experiment, we could observe displacements, such as: initial feelings of insecurity and fear that became emotions of acceptance of integration and acceptance of oneself and of the other, gestures that indicated anxieties, distrust of the very making of the photographs gave rise to firm gestures of power recognition in the making itself and in the collective experience and, finally, ideas of environmental education associated to natural resources and supported in Cartesian methods of reproduction were transformed into learning processes supported in the movements of invention and care with the life.
When we asked about what they found in the workshops, the participants were enthusiastic: I think it should be expanded here, it should not be just between us.
We have constructed a framework that seeks to synthesize and make visible the changes observed in the way students and teachers coordinate actions and conceive Environmental Education in school.
These narratives remind us of a teaching by Francisco Varela, when he states that: We have the freedom to understand that this world is ours, our own dance that we dance together.
Google Scholar Copyright information. Continuing with the conversation in this workshop, we observe movements that indicate displacements in the perception of the subjects referred to the cut in the question: - there are changes, from these projects, in our relations with the environment?