The intervention of the professor is necessary and convenient in the teach-learning process, beyond the social interaction, to be indispensable for the development of the knowledge. In accordance with the National Curricular Referencial of the Infantile Education (BRAZIL, 1998, P. 23): To educate mean, therefore, to propitiate situations of care, guided tricks and learning of integrated form and that they can contribute for the development of the infantile capacities of interpersonal relation of being and being with the others in a basic attitude of acceptance, respect and confidence, and the access, for the children to the knowledge amplest of the social and cultural reality. Therefore the educator is the basic part in this process, having to be an essential element. To educate is not limited in repassing information or showing only one way, but to help the child to take conscience of itself exactly, and of the society.
It is to offer some tools so that the person can choose ways, that one that will be compatible with its values, its vision of world and with the adverse circumstances that each one will go to find. In this perspective, according to National Curricular Referencial of the Infantile Education (BRAZIL, 1998, P. 30): The professor is mediating between the children and objects of knowledge, organizing and propitiating spaces and situations of learnings that articulate the resources and affective capacities, emotional, social and cognitivas of each child to its previous knowledge and the referring contents to the different fields of human knowledge. To educate is above all the interrelation between the feelings, the affection and the construction of the knowledge. According to this educative process, the affectivity gains prominence, therefore we believe that the affective interaction aid more to understand and to modify the reasoning of the pupil. many educators have the conception that learn themselves through the repetition, not having creativity and nor will to become the interesting lesson gladdest and, making with that the pupils keep distant, losing with this the affectivity and the affection that are necessary for the education.