Uma pesquisa-ação de 3 anos em uma universidade vietnamita

Alunos como cogeradores de conteúdo das aulas

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32930/nuances.v33i00.9494

Palavras-chave:

BYOD, Conteúdo gerado pelo aluno, Aprendizado ativo, Apresentação do aluno, Revisão

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No contexto da 4ª Revolução Industrial, com avanço tecnológico e inovação ilimitados, como os educadores podem inovar seu ensino e facilitar seus alunos em seu processo de aprendizagem, para que os alunos possam acumular as habilidades necessárias e alcançar os resultados de aprendizagem definidos de cada curso que fazem? Para encontrar a resposta, os autores revisaram alguma literatura sobre a tendência BYOD, estratégias de aprendizagem ativa, sala de aula invertida e conteúdo gerado pelo aluno como base teórica para seu estudo. Uma pesquisa-ação foi realizada em uma universidade vietnamita com a participação de alunos formados em inglês nas aulas de Teoria da Tradução e Interpretação do Inglês de 3 diferentes entradas. Os resultados incluem a percepção positiva dos alunos em relação às práticas de geração de conteúdo. Algumas conquistas e desafios no processo de ensino e aprendizagem também foram relatados. Este artigo também recomenda mais estudos para que a prática possa ser utilizada para os melhores resultados.

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Biografia do Autor

Nguyen Thi Van Khanh, University of Industry, Ha Noi – Vietnam

MA. Faculty of English Language.

Ha Thanh Huong, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Ha Noi – Vietnam

Ph.D.

Do Thanh Tu, National Academy of Education Management, Ha Noi – Vietnam

MA. Department of Post-Graduate Studies. 

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31-03-2022

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KHANH, N. . T. V.; HUONG, H. . T.; TU, D. T. Uma pesquisa-ação de 3 anos em uma universidade vietnamita: Alunos como cogeradores de conteúdo das aulas. Nuances: Estudos sobre Educação, Presidente Prudente, v. 33, n. 00, p. e022016, 2022. DOI: 10.32930/nuances.v33i00.9494. Disponível em: https://revista.fct.unesp.br/index.php/Nuances/article/view/9494. Acesso em: 2 fev. 2023.

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