A educação de surdos no Brasil no século XIX e o legado de países europeus

Translated title of the contribution: Deaf education in Brazil in the 19th century and the legacy of European countries

Cássia Geciauskas Sofiato, Paulo Vaz de Carvalho, Orquídea Coelho

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Abstract

Deaf education started in many countries from the 19th century through the influence of the National Institute for the Deaf in Paris, founded in the 18th century. This was the case in Brazil with the founding of the Imperial Institute of the Deaf-Mute, in 1857, in Rio de Janeiro. Another country that inaugurated this type of education in the same century was Portugal, but with another lineage, the Swedish. Therefore, this study aims to highlight the possible influences that the Imperial Institute of the Deaf-Mute of Brazil received from the National Institute of the Deaf in Paris and the Royal Institute of the Deaf-Deaf and Blind of Lisbon, in relation to the pedagogical proposal and rehabilitation work . The research has a qualitative approach and is documentary and bibliographic. The study made it possible to understand that the Brazilian Institute assimilated several aspects of the European legacy, including elements of the curriculum and professional training for deaf students.
Translated title of the contributionDeaf education in Brazil in the 19th century and the legacy of European countries
Original languagePortuguese
Number of pages25
JournalRevista Educação em Questão
Volume59
Issue number59
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Feb 2021

Keywords

  • Deaf people education
  • Deaf people
  • Education history
  • Empire in Brazil

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