Teaching and Learning Process and Tics From the Remote Perspective


This article discusses the experience of educational consultants in response to the urgent need to maintain the pedagogical process during the Covid-19 pandemic. It explores the transition to distance education, which has led to the enhancement of technology-mediated teaching and learning strategies. The article also details the development of a bank of teaching-learning strategies linked to digital resources, categorized based on their pedagogical potential. This includes an exploration of the intersection of these strategies with Bloom's Taxonomy and their alignment with competency-based approaches. Furthermore, it examines the relationship between connectivity, digital networks, and the evolving landscape of educational communication, which has resulted in new trends in teaching and learning. The Covid-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of digital technologies in education, emphasizing the need for a structured and deliberate approach to technological integration. Effective pedagogical mediation remains fundamental, with teachers playing a crucial role in adapting to the new conditions presented by technology. Teachers not only play a central role in pedagogical mediation but also in ensuring that technology is used effectively to promote student learning. The pandemic served as a reminder of the importance of preparing educators to address technological challenges. Teachers' adoption of digital tools was essential to ensure the success of the teaching and learning process. Additionally, ongoing teacher training is essential to enable them to make the most of technologies in the classroom. Collaboration between educators and technology experts plays a key role in creating effective learning environments. This approach to technology integration in education proves essential in addressing contemporary educational challenges, preparing students and teachers for the constantly evolving digital environment.

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Cibele Cavalheiro Neves, Senac São Paulo, Brasil
Juliana Dalla Martha Rodriguez, Senac São Paulo, Brasil
Patricia Luissa Masmo, Senac São Paulo, Brasil
Rosiris Maturo Domingues, Senac São Paulo, Brasil

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Conference: BCE2023
Stream: Curriculum Design & Development

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To cite this article:
Neves C., Rodriguez J., Masmo P., & Domingues R. (2023) Teaching and Learning Process and Tics From the Remote Perspective ISSN: 2435-9467 – The Barcelona Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2435-9467.2023.39
To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2435-9467.2023.39

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