Olympic Education and the Curricular Common National Base (BNCC): An approach between sport and education

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Carlos Rey Perez
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7611-4915
Maria Alice Zimmermann

Abstract

Sport as a guiding thread in interpersonal relationships exposes significant values ​​and behaviors for a social group, reinforcing a cultural and personal identity. As such, it provides a context of educational potential and can be used as an instrument of ethical attitudes and values ​​necessary for social and individual life. In the conception of Olympism, which is a philosophy of life based on body, spirit and mind, Pierre de Coubertin believed that the approximation of sports manifestations with a heroic imagination would boost the insertion of sport as a pedagogical medium. In this way, Olympic Education becomes a path of great possibilities presenting the universe of the Olympic Movement: its history, its values ​​and its Olympic symbols. Valuing the pedagogical aspects of sport and deconstructing the image that sport is exclusionary. In turn, the Common National Curriculum Base (BNCC) favors the integral education of students with the construction of a fair, democratic and inclusive society, guided by ethical, aesthetic and political principles. Thus, the purpose of this paper is to approximate the principles of Olympic Education with the BNCC, in a proposal to mean sport and education. In conclusion, disseminating and discussing the significance of Olympic, sporting and humanitarian values ​​in the daily lives of actors in the school context has become fundamental for improving the quality of life of children, youth and the entire community.


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