Peculiaridades do desenvolvimento do ensino superior em um ambiente de aprendizagem misto

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https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25i3.15959

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Pedagogia, Aprendizagem mista, Ambiente

Resumo

Este artigo identifica peculiaridades da transformação da pedagogia do ensino superior através do modelo de aprendizagem combinada. A metodologia baseou-se numa análise estatística e correlacional, utilizando a base de dados do The Teaching and Learning International Survey, contendo os resultados de pesquisa com 7.823 educadores na França e nos Países Baixos. O estudo revelou nível médio de preparação dos professores para a aprendizagem mista (50,5%) e para a utilização das tecnologias da informação e comunicação (TIC) na aprendizagem dos estudantes (48,4%). Revelou-se um nível significativo de desenvolvimento profissional em competências das TIC (44% fazem cursos) e estabeleceu-se um nível médio de despreparo tanto para aprendizagem mista (28,9% não preparados, 36,6% insuficientemente preparados) como para utilização das TIC na prática (30,3% quase não preparados, 34,25 insuficientemente preparados). Estabeleceu-se correlação positiva entre a preparação dos professores para o ambiente de aprendizagem mista e a passagem de cursos profissionais de desenvolvimento em TIC.

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Biografia do Autor

Pavlo Chervonyi, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs (KHNUIA), Kharkiv – Ukraine

Docent of pedagogic and psychology, Department of Pedagogy and Psychology. Candidate of pedagogical Sciences.

Svitlana Alieksieieva, Institute of Pedagogy of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine (ІPNAPNU), Kyiv – Ukraine

Doctor of pedagogical Sciences, Senior research.

Nadiia Senchylo-Tatlilioglu, National Aviation University (NAU), Kyiv – Ukraine

PhD in Philology, Associate Professor, Department of Ukrainian Language and Culture.

Oleksandr Chastnyk, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (YMNLU) Kharkiv – Ukraine

Candidate of Art Criticism, Department of Foreign Languages.

Nataliia Diomidova, H.S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University (SKhNPU), Kharkiv – Ukraine

Associate Professor, Department of Psychological and Pedagogical Anthropology. PhD in Psychology.

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08/12/2021

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CHERVONYI, P.; ALIEKSIEIEVA, S.; SENCHYLO-TATLILIOGLU, N.; CHASTNYK, O.; DIOMIDOVA, N. Peculiaridades do desenvolvimento do ensino superior em um ambiente de aprendizagem misto. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. 3, p. 2241–2257, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25i3.15959. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/15959. Acesso em: 24 maio. 2022.

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