Ecologias de aprendizagem para usar as TICs inspiradas em professores de destaque

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Ecologias de aprendizagem, desenvolvimento profissional de docentes, ensino fundamental, professores de destaque, TICs, estudo de caso, fatores influenciadores, metodologia qualitativa

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Este artigo apresenta um estudo exploratório que examina as práticas de professores de destaque do ensino fundamental na integração das TICs no ensino e aprendizagem para compreender como as ecologias de aprendizagem se desenvolvem e funcionam. Um professor de destaque no contexto deste estudo é aquele que inova pedagogicamente e influencia a comunidade, tendo desenvolvido com sucesso sua ecologia de aprendizagem. Utilizando uma abordagem qualitativa, explora-se o conceito de ecologias de aprendizagem como motor da inovação no desenvolvimento profissional dos docentes, utilizando uma amostra cuidadosamente selecionada de nove professores de destaque do ensino fundamental. A partir de entrevistas detalhadas, codificação específica e análise com o NVivo, os resultados mostram que esses professores desenvolvem sistemas organizados para atividades, relacionamentos, recursos e produção, que podem ser caracterizados como componentes de suas ecologias de aprendizagem profissionais, para se manterem continuamente atualizados. Foram identificadas algumas características dos professores de destaque e fatores que potencialmente facilitam ou obstaculizam o desenvolvimento de sua ecologia de aprendizagem profissional. Futuras pesquisas nessa linha permitirão uma maior compreensão das ecologias de aprendizagem profissional dos docentes e apoiar novas intervenções e recomendações para o desenvolvimento profissional.

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Romeu-Fontanillas, T., Guitert-Catasús, M., Raffaghelli, J., & Sangrà, A. (2020). Mirroring learning ecologies of outstanding teachers to integrate ICTs in the classroom. [Ecologías de aprendizaje para usar las TIC inspirándose en docentes referentes]. Comunicar, 62, 31-42. https://doi.org/10.3916/C62-2020-03

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