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Perspectiva ecológica, rede de aprendizagem personalizada, inter-relação, dimensão cognitiva, dimensão social, dimensão material, experiência de aprendizagem semipresencial, estudantes universitários

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No ensino superior, poucos estudos investigaram simultaneamente as dimensões cognitiva, social e material de uma mesma população. A partir da perspectiva ecológica da aprendizagem, este estudo analisa a inter-relação entre elementos-chave dessas dimensões nas redes de aprendizagem personalizadas de 365 estudantes universitários. Os dados provenientes de questionários, análises de aprendizagem e notas do curso, permitem considerar esses aspectos na experiência de aprendizagem e no desempenho acadêmico. Os participantes registraram níveis qualitativamente distintos no nível de envolvimento no curso, oscilando entre uma abordagem orientada à compreensão a abordagens baseadas na reprodução de conteúdos, o que, juntamente com suas opções de colaboração, geraram cinco padrões diferentes. Os resultados revelaram que a orientação de aprendizagem mais compreensiva e a cooperação com estudantes de orientações semelhantes tendem a estar associadas a um melhor desempenho no ensino semipresencial. Suas redes personalizadas se caracterizaram por abordagens mais profundas para o ensino presencial e virtual; percepções positivas em relação à integração de ambos os contextos; a concepção do curso, pela forma e modo de colaboração; e para um maior envolvimento em atividades online. O estudo teve implicações significativas de aplicação no desenvolvimento teórico da pesquisa em ecologia da aprendizagem, bem como na maneira de orientar a estrutura curricular, a prática docente e a aprendizagem.

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Han, F., & Ellis, R. (2020). Personalised learning networks in the university blended learning context. [Redes de aprendizaje personalizadas en contextos universitarios de aprendizaje semipresencial]. Comunicar, 62, 19-30. https://doi.org/10.3916/C62-2020-02

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