ATIVIDADE FÍSICA PARA SAÚDE, COVID-19 E MÍDIAS SOCIAIS

O QUÊ, ONDE E POR QUÊ?

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https://doi.org/10.22456/1982-8918.122533

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Educação Física, Saúde, Inclusão Digital, Tecnologia Digital

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Este estudo concentra-se no uso de mídias sociais por professores de Educação Física (EF) para o ensino de atividade física para saúde durante a pandemia de covid–19. Com base na pesquisa apreciativa e utilizando uma metodologia de teoria fundamentada em dados (Grounded Theory), a análise de duas entrevistas e uma tarefa digital permitem apresentar três principais temas: (1) Mídias Sociais como Ferramenta de Ensino; (2) Um Legado Digital Duradouro?, e; (3) Desigualdade do Aprendizado Remoto. Esses temas destacam a urgência em utilizar mídias sociais quando os espaços físicos da EF foram removidos, o reconhecimento de que o ensino poderia ser diferente no futuro e os desafios inerentes aos espaços digitais. Em conclusão: (1) defendemos a efetiva formação inicial e continuada de professores e no uso positivo de tecnologias digitais; (2) sugerimos que atividades on-line futuras incorporadas ao aprendizado, e; (3) exigir aos governos ações para nivelar as desigualdades tecnológicas.

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2022-04-14

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PARRIS, Z.; CALE, L.; HARRIS, J.; CASEY, A. ATIVIDADE FÍSICA PARA SAÚDE, COVID-19 E MÍDIAS SOCIAIS: O QUÊ, ONDE E POR QUÊ?. Movimento, [S. l.], v. 28, p. e28024, 2022. DOI: 10.22456/1982-8918.122533. Disponível em: https://www.seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/Movimento/article/view/122533. Acesso em: 30 jun. 2022.

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