ASSOCIATING COLLABORATION WITH ACTIVE LEARNING: AN EXPERIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING COURSE

BRENO BARROS TELLES DO CARMO, RENATA LOPES JAGUARIBE PONTES

Resumo


The Internet changed the way of learning; it promotes interactivity and autonomy. Through Web 2.0 many tools could be used to plan strategies to motivate students for autonomous learning. This paper presents an analysis of such strategies applied to an industrial engineering course. It discusses an application in an Organizational Productive Arrangement (OPA) course using web tools to promote autonomous learning using an active strategy methodology. Two tools were used: a blog to promote interaction and a wiki to motivate research and collaboration. An information system was used to support an active strategy methodology. A survey of 40 students was conducted; the data is presented and discussed.

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Cooperative learning; web 2.0; Active learning.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22456/1983-8026.19949