Miscibilidade em abordagens combinadas à prática de formação de professores(as) de Educação Física

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https://doi.org/10.22456/1982-8918.122740

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Educação Física e treinamento, Metáfora, Educação Física. Esportes. Estágios. Capacitação profissional., Educação à distância, Auto estudo

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Neste artigo, discutimos descobertas de um autoestudo colaborativo que realizamos sobre a adoção de uma abordagem combinada (ou seja, composta por componentes online e presenciais) para um curso de formação de professores(as) de Educação Física. Os dados consistiram em diários reflexivos e conversas gravadas. Examinamos assunções sobre estrutura, conteúdo e pedagogias de abordagens “combinadas” usando a metáfora da miscibilidade, na qual os líquidos se misturam para formar uma solução homogênea. O curso de formação de professores(as) não foi conceituado ou fomentado de uma forma que o tornasse miscível (ou seja, era imiscível), na medida em que os componentes presencial e online eram vistos como modalidades separadas. Isso significava que havia oportunidades perdidas de oferecer experiências formativas em uma modalidade para estruturar as experiências na outra. Após a pandemia, será importante considerar os pontos fortes dos formatos presencial e online para que alunos(as) experimentem as maneiras como um pode beneficiar o outro.

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2022-04-10

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FLETCHER, T.; MELVOLD HORDVIK, M. Miscibilidade em abordagens combinadas à prática de formação de professores(as) de Educação Física. Movimento, [S. l.], v. 28, p. e28018, 2022. DOI: 10.22456/1982-8918.122740. Disponível em: https://seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/Movimento/article/view/122740. Acesso em: 6 dez. 2022.

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