Innovative Pedagogical Methodologies: Self Learning Experience – SeLE
Keywords:Innovation, Self Learning, Pedagogical Methodologies
Regarding contemporary formal education, several students question themselves about specific information treated in the classroom. In Brazil, courses focusing on building knowledge for undergraduate purposes are like undergraduate degrees. The various existing Brazilian undergraduate degrees undergo in their curriculum notes various changes for the most different motivations. Especially in a world where knowledge is rapidly reconstructed and shaped with the emergence of new technologies in the new post-digital age. These circumstances create difficulties due to the need for constant legislative updating.
In this context, the teacher finds an extremely unstable situation, the point of view of its implementation, where, on the one hand, has the need for constant changes and technological adaptations, and other guiding legislation of their work with updating needs.
The indiscriminate use of technology makes mostly people without initiatives to build creative thinking. In addition, there are daily cases of depression and various diseases arising from the occurrence of this fast-paced, connected and globalized world. From this point of view, it is up to the teacher to broker an orientation for to the use of such innovations to be beneficial, not the other way around. In this paper, we present one of the possible uses of technology, inserting or learning as a protagonist of its own educational process and presenting very interesting results of engagement.
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