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The Professors


However if it becomes each time more natural than the professors, after certain time tend to classify them in good, regular, weak, among others. Impression, normally caused for the performance and the behavior of the pupils, also being able to derive from preconceived attitudes of the professor. For PATTO (1997), ' ' in the great majority of the cases educating does not have possibilities of if identifying corretamente.' ' It can, in fact, to reflect that in an educative process made for a great number of pupils, being more or less probable that educating the pass unoticed for the professors, not to be that it if places in the extreme cases, but few pupils obtain to be perceived or few they obtain to identify itself through the professor: ' ' from this they do not receive in return to the proper image, so that they can know who and as so' '. Consonant PATTO, ' ' this process would not be, perhaps, so pernicious, if the professors obtained to ahead keep an attitude of neutrality of the pupils, without revealing preferences or antipatias.' ' However, one knows that to keep the neutrality it is a difficult process, gotten the costs of very effort and much autocrtica. Almost all are left to drag for preferences or antipatias? this affective relation, generally unconscious, marks the people, here if treating to educating.

' ' As much the affection how much to the antipatia they constitute interaction process. For more specific information, check out Jane Buckingham. When we have ' ' simpatia' ' for a person, we tend to interpret its behavior favorably, and to act this interpretation in accordance with. This process, in turn, provokes behaviors that tend to accent the likeable relation, and therefore the friendly relations, a time established, tend to accent themselves, and the friends can become each time more friends. For the same reasons, the antipatia, if established in a situation of constant interaction, tends to accent each time more, until the two if move away or enter in direct conflict.

The Consequences


This explains that the professor, exactly when he does not appreciate the study, feels obligation to transmit the taste for the intellectual life; exactly when mediocrely interested for the national things, it looks for to transmit feelings patriotic to its pupils. Of another side, the performance of a paper tends to produce certainties sincere and rare a contradiction is observed enters the presentation of the paper and what professor feels effectively. ' ' The relation professor – pupil does not limit itself to the presentation of different papers. A time placed in the classroom, professor and pupils start to constitute a new group, with a proper dynamics, and between them if they develop, many times, intense interpersonal relations. It is in that the process of perception and evaluation of personal qualities assumes an importance decisiva' '.

(PATTO, 1997, P. 300) As the idea displayed for the author, relative esteretipos to the race, physical appearance, social classroom, can premake use the professor to deal with its pupils form such that the expectations derived from this esteretipo finish in fact occurring. RODRIGUES (1999) emphasizes that esteretipos and preconceptions are part of a bigger package of social norms, these, in turn, they would be a set of one beliefs given community concerning the correct, acceptable behaviors had as socially and allowed. Still with RODRIGUES (1999), it can be reflected even so that all the individuals have all the qualities, in different ratios. The intelectualista trend of our schools tends to accent the values of the qualities of intelligence, over all is leagued, also, the qualities of social conformismo. In other words, even so the pupils are different, they are evaluated by the same standard, and are pointed out the qualities, positive or refusals, with regard to this dimension of behavior. PATTO (1997, p.313) standes out that: ' ' How much to the pupils the consequences of such deformation in the way are obvious to value.