Emergency Remote Education
Ensino Remoto Emergencial (ERE)

Leandro Mário Lucas, Filomena Maria Gonçalves da Silva Cordeiro Moita
2020 Revista de Estudos e Pesquisas sobre Ensino Tecnológico  
This article addresses the teaching carried out by teachers in the state of Paraíba during the Covid-19 pandemic and aims to reflect on the impacts of Emergency Remote Education (ERE) on their pedagogical practices. It is a case study whose data were collected through a questionnaire prepared in Google Forms, which was applied through a link to one hundred and five teachers of different subjects who work in municipal, state or federal public and private schools, in high school and / or in the
more » ... nal years of elementary school. The collected data were analyzed in the light of a literature that explores the ERE and its implementation. The results obtained showed a diversity of practices carried out by means of Digital Information and Communication Technologies (DICT), part of which is in line with the modus operandi of traditional education and part of which seeks to overcome it. Taken together, these practices can provide students with more autonomy, new forms of communication between educational actors and the acquisition of new learning about the pedagogical use of DICT with the potential to modify the teaching that succeeds the pandemic, when we return to the "new normal" of classroom teaching
doi:10.31417/educitec.v6.1433eng fatcat:pp2c6fuglnezrexviviuvjvw4u