Recalibrando coreografias institucionais para aprendizagem e ensino focados no futuro

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21879/faeeba2358-0194.2021.v30.n64.p76-91

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Aprendizagem aberta a distância e flexível, Reimaginação e reengenharia de práticas educativas, Recalibração de coreografias de aprendizagem y ensino pós COVID-19

Resumo

Na esteira da pandemia COVID-19, as instituições educacionais em todo o mundo tiveram que mudar imediatamente para o ensino e aprendizagem a distância online . Embora as instituições com base no aprendizado aberto, a distância e flexível tenham se saído razoavelmente bem nessas circunstâncias, a maioria das instituições tem lutado com esse súbito afastamento de suas operações convencionais baseadas no campus. Os poucos exemplos de experiências de adoção e implementação bem-sucedidas de ensino e aprendizagem online são, no entanto, operações boutique e de pequena escala em um programa de estudo, um departamento ou faculdade. Claramente ausentes neste cenário são os exemplos de adoção de ensino aberto, online, à distância e flexível em larga escala e em toda a instituição. Isso é uma consequência das limitações da infraestrutura operacional existente, bem como das mentalidades. É difícil mudar essas coisas mesmo nas melhores circunstâncias. Entretanto, para benefício de longo prazo e resiliência contra distúrbios futuros do tipo que estamos experimentando, eles devam mudar. Esse tipo de mudança requer uma reimaginação e reengenharia de práticas convencionais em toda a instituição.Este artigo apresenta um estudo de caso de uma recalibração em toda a instituição de coreografias de ensino e aprendizagem em uma universidade.

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Biografia do Autor

Som Naidu, Technology, Education and Design Associates

Principal Associate at Technology, Education and Design Associates, Postal address/PO Box: 403/459 Royal Parade, Parkville, Melbourne, Victoria, 3052, Australia. Former Pro Vice-Chancellor and Director, Center for Flexible Learning at The University of the South Pacific. Som Naidu has spent his professional life in the higher education sector in a variety of roles to do with enhancing learning and teaching practices. Till the end of 2020 he served as Pro Vice-Chancellor, and Director of the Centre for Flexible Learning at The University of the South Pacific.

Javed Yusuf, Fiji Higher Education Commission

Masters in Educational Technology and Computer science (University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Former Head of Learning Experience Design and Development at The University of the South Pacific. Senior Manager Operations and Quality Assurance at Fiji Higher Education Commission. Suva, Fiji Islands.

Dhiraj Bhartu, The University of the South Pacific (USP)

Masters in Computing Science and Information Systems (The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji Islands). Former Head of Learning Technologies & Analytics at the Centre for Flexible Learning. He holds a Master’s degree in Computing Science and Information Systems and has previously held senior positions within the University including Acting Director, CFL. Executive Committee Member at Australasian Council for Online and Distance Education (ACODE). Suva, Fiji Islands.

Deepak Bhartu, The University of the South Pacific (USP)

Master of Arts (Education), Master of Computing and Information Systems, and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TVET) (The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji Islands). The author has been leading and managing initiatives in Open Education (OE) including the development and integration of Open Educational Resources (OER) in courses at The University of South Pacific. Suva, Fiji Islands.

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2021-11-19

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NAIDU, S.; YUSUF, J.; BHARTU, D.; BHARTU, D. Recalibrando coreografias institucionais para aprendizagem e ensino focados no futuro. Revista da FAEEBA - Educação e Contemporaneidade, [S. l.], v. 30, n. 64, p. 76–91, 2021. DOI: 10.21879/faeeba2358-0194.2021.v30.n64.p76-91. Disponível em: https://revistas.uneb.br/index.php/faeeba/article/view/11756. Acesso em: 19 abr. 2024.