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Clocks, calendars and cell phones: An ethnography on time in a high school
Vibrant: Virtual Brazilian Anthropology
Considering that time is an important dimension in anthropological discourse and a key element of the "hidden curriculum" of school, this paper presents the results of an ethnography on time in a high school in João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil. We discuss how teaching/learning processes are organized and experienced in time, paying close attention to the limitations and possibilities revealed by interactions between teachers and students. We first identify the pedagogical temporal units thatdoi:10.1590/1809-43412015v12n2p417 fatcat:pxxl32mbynen5idmejebwsvhd4