Tecnologia 4.0 para a Educação 4.0

inovações, desafios e oportunidades na Índia

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21879/faeeba2358-0194.2021.v30.n64.p198-209

Palavras-chave:

4ª Revolução Industrial, Inovações Educacionais, Internet das Coisas, Inteligência Artificial, Aprendizagem Aberta e a distância

Resumo

Não há negativa do fato de que a Educação é a maior ferramenta para solucionar nossos problemas. A Educação tem sido transformada ao longo dos séculos em suas formas, níveis e formatos. Dependendo de nossas necessidades e tempos, sejam de paz ou mais exigentes (induzidos por fatores naturais ou humanos),
pedagogias educacionais, estratégias de avaliação, provisões infraestruturais, envolvimento discente, recrutamento de pessoal acadêmico, finanças, gestão do conhecimento e adoção de tecnologias, tudo tem mudado ao longo do tempo. Tais mudanças nas práticas de ensino e de aprendizagem são constantes. Flexibilidade de operação, rapidez de geração e transferência de conhecimento, práticas criativas e arranjos espaciais produziram as inovações na Educação. Novas pedagogias e tecnologias abriram novas possibilidades. Os estudantes são apresentados a novos percursos de aprendizagem. Este artigo discute as inovações, desafios e oportunidades apresentadas pela tecnologia 4.0 para a Educação 4.0

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Biografia do Autor

Ramesh Chander Sharma, Ambedkar University Delhi

PhD in Educational Technology from Maharshi Dayanand University, India. Head, Instructional Design at Ambedkar University Delhi, New Delhi, India.

Suresh Garg, Usha Martin University

PhD in Physics from Delhi University, India. Pro Chancellor and Professor of Usha Martin University, Ranchi, India.    

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2021-11-19

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SHARMA, R. C.; GARG, S. Tecnologia 4.0 para a Educação 4.0: inovações, desafios e oportunidades na Índia. Revista da FAEEBA - Educação e Contemporaneidade, [S. l.], v. 30, n. 64, p. 198–209, 2021. DOI: 10.21879/faeeba2358-0194.2021.v30.n64.p198-209. Disponível em: https://revistas.uneb.br/index.php/faeeba/article/view/11833. Acesso em: 29 maio. 2024.