Ferramentas Tecnológicas e Metodologias de Apoio à Aprendizagem Personalizada no Ensino Superior: uma Revisão Sistemática

José Luiz Machado Morais, Arlindo Flavio da Conceição

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Tecnologias educacionais e e-learning são facilitadores da personalização do processo de aprendizagem e da promoção do self-paced learning. O objetivo deste estudo é analisar os desafios e os pontos positivos das implementações e modelos que abordam esses conceitos e propor funcionalidades para uma ferramenta de apoio à aprendizagem. Para isso, foi feita uma revisão sistemática da literatura seguindo a metodologia de Kitchenham. Foram selecionados 31 artigos de 4 bases internacionais, os quais foram classificados segundo conceitos, metodologias, plataformas, pontos positivos e desafios apresentados. A análise indicou o blended learning como metodologia mais abordada, a flexibilidade como ponto positivo mais citado e a falta de interação como maior desafio encontrado. Os resultados mostraram que há elementos de e-learning presentes em universidades do mundo todo e que ferramentas tecnológicas de apoio são eficientes na personalização e melhoria do processo de aprendizagem.

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Ensino Superior; Self-paced learning; E-learning

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/1982-1654.86226

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