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Articulação de saberes na EAD: por uma rede interdisciplinar e interativa de conhecimentos

Okada, Alexandra Lilavati Pereira and Santos, Edméa Oliveira dos (2003). Articulação de saberes na EAD: por uma rede interdisciplinar e interativa de conhecimentos. In: Alcançando Qualidade Através do Planejamento Competente.

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Abstract

O texto é um convite a todos os especialistas envolvidos com os processos produtivos e gestores de práticas curriculares na modalidade de EAD interessados no repensar de suas ações, tanto no que tange a articulação de saberes e competências, quanto na postura comunicacional entre os sujeitos envolvidos.

Procuramos neste trabalho mapear o problema da fragmentação dos saberes e competências nas práticas de EAD seja na relação professor, aluno e conhecimento, seja nas relações de trabalho entre os profissionais envolvidos com a EAD (editores, técnicos, conteudistas, web designer, instructional designer entre outros).

Além disso, procuramos desmistificar pseudo-processos de articulação de saberes propondo a interdisciplinaridade e a interatividade como paradigmas curriculares e comunicacionais que poderão contribuir, para que as práticas produtivas de EAD sejam vivenciadas pelos sujeitos envolvidos para além da fragmentação própria dos modelos fabris.

[The paper discusses the processes and practices of curriculum managers for online learning. This work aims to rethink key actions, both with respect to develop knowledge and skills, and to enrich communication between all staff involved in the process. Some outcomes highlighted in this paper present the problem of fragmentation of knowledge and skills in online practices, particularly when professionals are not integrated to achieve common goals, such as: content authors, technical support team, web designer, instructional facilitators, tutors among others. Some recommendations are introduced based on the interdisciplinarity and interactivity in order to innovate curricular practices as well as to enrich learning experiences.]

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Copyright Holders: 2003 The Authors
Extra Information: Published in Portuguese
Keywords: VLE, curriculum, learning design, learning pathway
Academic Unit/School: Learning and Teaching Innovation (LTI) > Institute of Educational Technology (IET)
Learning and Teaching Innovation (LTI)
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Item ID: 41482
Depositing User: Alexandra Okada
Date Deposited: 08 Dec 2014 10:57
Last Modified: 08 Dec 2018 13:43
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/41482
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