A aprendizagem móvel nas tarefas escolares: práticas culturais emergentes na nova ecologia midiática.

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Educação midiática, ensino médio, tarefas escolares, software, smartphones, redes sociais, análise qualitativa, análise quantitativa

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Esta contribuição está centrada nas práticas culturais emergentes e nas atividades midiáticas, tomando as tarefas como exemplo de contexto de aprendizagem extraescolar. Por meio de revistas, foram coletados dados sobre o uso das mídias sociais nas tarefas. Servem como quadro teórico, por um lado, a teoria alemã de como tripla relação do ator com o mundo material/objetivo, os demais/a sociedade e consigo mesmo; e, por outro lado, a ecologia sociocultural da aprendizagem a distância, como relação triangular entre as formas de ação (agency), as práticas culturais e as estruturas. Seguindo a teoria fundamentada, a análise de dados foi realizada de modo indutivo, empregando métodos de análise qualitativa assistida por computador. Este artigo está centrado nas expressões verbais que implicam práticas culturais nas atividades midiáticas cotidianas, assim como no seu impacto no uso dos mídias em um contexto como o das tarefas. Destacam-se dois aspectos centrais dos resultados que exemplificam a geração de categorias e teorias; em primeiro lugar, o “checking”, um dos códigos in vivo que se repetem, será analisado detalhadamente em relação à sua incorporação nas práticas midiáticas e na lição de casa. Será caracterizado como prática midiática receptiva repetida diariamente. Em segundo lugar, tanto os aplicativos e os serviços como o hardware de mídia usados na escola se veem refletidos no modo como os alunos empregam as mídias quando fazem as tarefas, combinando-os com práticas midiáticas cotidianas.

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Rummler, K., Grabensteiner, C., & Schneider-Stingelin, C. (2020). Mobile learning for homework: Emerging cultural practices in the new media ecology. [El aprendizaje móvil en las tareas escolares: Prácticas culturales emergentes en la nueva ecología mediática]. Comunicar, 65, 101-110. https://doi.org/10.3916/C65-2020-09

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