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Ativismo digital, análise de redes sociais, aprendizagem informal, formação de professores, influenciadores digitais, Twitter

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Neste artigo, investigaremos acerca dos influenciadores digitais da educação espanhóis com maior presença no Twitter: quais são os assuntos ou hashtags mais difundidos por eles, a temática de suas intervenções ou que tipo de rede social eles representam. Para responder a essas questões, em primeiro lugar, selecionamos 54 professores com grande número de seguidores. Analisamos e classificamos as «hashtags» incluídas em um total de 106.130 tuítes. A análise das hashtags mostrou-nos que os assuntos mais marcados correspondem a conteúdos educativos em diferentes áreas do currículo, a colaboração, o intercâmbio e a difusão de materiais, documentos ou recursos digitais, bem como ações de formação ou de debate sobre metodologias pedagógicas inovadoras. Usando o programa Gephi, realizamos uma análise de redes sociais, determinando o grau de centralidade e centralidade de intermediação dos 54 professores, o que nos permitiu identificar influenciadores com maior reconhecimento por parte dos demais. Por meio da análise de modularidade, conseguimos identificar cinco grupos de influenciadores que não funcionam como grupos fechados, mas sim mantêm interações frequentes com o restante dos influenciadores de outros grupos. Por meio deste estudo, revela-se a necessidade de conhecer melhor os conteúdos e procedimentos que podem estar favorecendo aprendizagens informais por parte dos professores.

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Recebido: 04-11-2020

Revisado: 22-12-2020

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Data de publicação: 01-07-2021

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