Wearables Para Coleta de Dados de Estudantes em Ambiente Escolar: Mapeamento Sistemático

Resumo


Dispositivos wearables ou tecnologias vestíveis são utilizados para obter informações sobre o usuário e seu ambiente de maneira não intrusiva e estão presentes em diversas áreas, tais como a educação. Este mapeamento sistemático objetiva traçar um panorama geral sobre o estado atual de pesquisas em salas de aula do ensino básico, que captam dados de alunos com wearables. Foram selecionados 16 artigos sobre o tema para responder duas questões principais de pesquisa: como os dados foram captados e quais o contexto e objetivo dos experimentos. Percebeu-se uma tendência do uso de sensores inerciais comerciais com crianças do ensino fundamental; em relação ao objetivo foi observado que 56% oferecia feedback para o professor ou para a escola.
Palavras-chave: Dispositivos Vestíveis, Educação, Mapeamento Sistemático

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24/11/2020
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FERREIRA, Poliana Nascimento; RODRIGUEZ, Carla Lopes; MOTTI, Vivian Genaro. Wearables Para Coleta de Dados de Estudantes em Ambiente Escolar: Mapeamento Sistemático. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE INFORMÁTICA NA EDUCAÇÃO, 31. , 2020, Online. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2020 . p. 1353-1362. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5753/cbie.sbie.2020.1353.