APRENDIZAGEM VIRTUAL

UM AUTOESTUDO SOBRE EVOLUÇÕES EM PRÁTICAS PEDAGÓGICAS

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22456/1982-8918.122595

Palavras-chave:

Educação a distância, Educação superior, covid-19, Autoestudo, Alfabetização digital

Resumo

Este artigo relata a primeira fase de um projeto de três anos em que exploramos formas de adaptar e desenvolver nossas práticas pedagógicas em relação ao uso de novas e emergentes tecnologias digitais. Neste artigo, nos concentramos em nossas experiências de ensino remoto de emergência (ERT). Essa experiência aconteceu no meio do semestre, onde tivemos que migrar do ensino presencial, em sala de aula, para o ensino remoto. Através de uma abordagem dialética, possibilitada pelo autoestudo, tivemos a oportunidade de apoiar uns aos outros, descrever os principais desafios que enfrentamos e identificar os principais pressupostos que sustentam nossas práticas como professores em contextos de aprendizagem a distância, ensino digital. Os temas encontrados nessa relação dialética foram nomeados como: a visibilidade dos alunos, as restrições da tecnologia e o fato de voltarmos a ser professores universitários novatos novamente.

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Biografia do Autor

Alan Patrick Ovens, The University of Auckland

School of Curriculum and Pedagogy

Rod Philpot, The University of Auckland

School of Curriculum and Pedagogy

Blake Bennett, The University of Auckland

School of Curriculum and Pedagogy

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Publicado

2022-04-14

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OVENS, A. P.; PHILPOT, R.; BENNETT, B. APRENDIZAGEM VIRTUAL: UM AUTOESTUDO SOBRE EVOLUÇÕES EM PRÁTICAS PEDAGÓGICAS. Movimento, [S. l.], v. 28, p. e28021, 2022. DOI: 10.22456/1982-8918.122595. Disponível em: https://www.seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/Movimento/article/view/122595. Acesso em: 30 jun. 2022.

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