Desafios para o desenho de novas pedagogias baseadas em tecnologias móveis

Eduardo Rodríguez Zidán, Carmen Yot, Claudia Cabrera, Juan Pablo Zorrilla Salgador, Javier Grilli Silva

Resumo


Apesar do aumento do investimento em tecnologia na América Latina, ainda se conhece pouco sobre a integração de dispositivos móveis nas práticas educacionais. O objetivo deste artigo é analisar o acesso, a percepção de utilidade e a frequência de uso dos laptops entregues gratuitamente pelo Plano Ceibal do Uruguai na prática pré-profissional dos alunos de pedagogia. Foi aplicado um método de pesquisa misto que inclui uma enquete a 385 alunos e 15 entrevistas em profundidade. Os resultados revelam um escasso aproveitamento pedagógico dos laptops e importantes desafios para as pedagogias emergentes. A maioria dos participantes incorpora os laptops a abordagens tradicionais de ensino.


Palavras-chave


Computadores portáteis; Tecnologia digital; Formação de professores; Prática de ensino

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