Uma Análise de Currículo de Mídias Sociais para Cursos de Ensino e Aprendizagem

Autores

  • Enilda Romero-Hall The University of Tampa
  • Lilin Li University of Tampa

Resumo

O objetivo desta análise de currículo foi explorar a estrutura de cursos voltados para mídias sociais e voltados para profissionais da Educação. Catorze programas de cursos de instituições localizadas dentro dos Estados Unidos (EUA) foram analisados como parte desta investigação. Os resultados da análise revelaram um total de 46 temas únicos nos diferentes cursos. Os achados mostram que os objetivos do curso mais comuns visavam incentivar a aplicação e a prática das mídias sociais como parte de uma experiência de aprendizagem e da prática profissional dos alunos. No total, o programa listou 67 leituras exclusivas exigidas, incluindo publicações não revisadas por pares, artigos de revistas revisados por pares e livros didáticos. Por último, a análise das atribuições listadas no currículo mostra que, nesses cursos de mídia social, houve uma mistura de métodos de avaliação tradicionais e não tradicionais. Esses métodos de avaliação não tradicionais se concentraram na integração das mídias sociais como parte da avaliação na qual os alunos eram obrigados a criar uma conta de mídia social, familiarizar-se com ela e criar experiências de aprendizagem incorporando uma plataforma específica de mídia social.

 

Palavras-chave:  Ensino e aprendizagem. Mídias sociais no ensino superior. Análise de Currículo.

 

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Biografia do Autor

Enilda Romero-Hall, The University of Tampa

University of Tampa - 401 W Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, Flórida 33606, Estados Unidos

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2020-11-18

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Romero-Hall, E., & Li, L. (2020). Uma Análise de Currículo de Mídias Sociais para Cursos de Ensino e Aprendizagem. EaD Em Foco, 10(2). Recuperado de https://eademfoco.cecierj.edu.br/index.php/Revista/article/view/1221

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