Qualificação de Professores do Ensino Básico com Jogos: Um Mapeamento Sistemático

  • Laura Coura UFOP
  • Saul Delabrida UFOP
  • Reinaldo Fortes UFOP
  • Rone Ilídio UFSJ
  • Sérgio de Oliveira UFSJ
  • Jadson Castro UFOP

Resumo


Este artigo apresenta um mapeamento sistemático da literatura envolvendo estudos que visam qualificar professores do ensino básico para uso de jogos e interface imersivas em suas aulas, engajando alunos e favorecendo o aprendizado. A necessidade de realização de tal mapeamento se deve ao fato da maioria dos trabalhos da literatura lidam com as tecnologias citadas tendo o aluno como principal foco, enquanto os professores em geral não são preparados para continuidade das atividades. A partir do mapeamento apresentado neste trabalho tornou-se possível responder perguntas de pesquisa e identificar oportunidades.

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COURA, Laura; DELABRIDA, Saul; FORTES, Reinaldo; ILÍDIO, Rone; OLIVEIRA, Sérgio de; CASTRO, Jadson. Qualificação de Professores do Ensino Básico com Jogos: Um Mapeamento Sistemático. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE INFORMÁTICA NA EDUCAÇÃO (SBIE), 34. , 2023, Passo Fundo/RS. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2023 . p. 825-837. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5753/sbie.2023.234978.