Teaching and educational technologis: reflections on the pedagogical training of university teachers acting in distance modality
Keywords:Distance education; Teacher training; Educational technology.
The technological expansion each day significantly transforms all segments of society. Faced with this scenario, the form of distance learning, which has intensified in recent years, has also changed the way of teaching and learning. In 2020, this phenomenon was intensified by the emergence of the covid-19 virus, which required social isolation on the part of the population, thus provoking more considerable transformations in the educational field and in forms of interaction; both now permeated by digital technologies. Thus, this study had as its main purpose to analyze the pedagogical formation of teachers who work in Higher Education, in the distance modality, regarding the use of educational technologies. Therefore, the exploratory research, with qualitative approach, was necessary, contributed in bibliographical research, from Kensky (2014) Moran (2000; 2015), Pretti (2005), among others, in association to the field research, with the above mentioned target audience. It wasconcluded that the pedagogical formation of this teaching category presents significant weaknesses, since they do not master the essential tools for a proficient performance, thus compromising the learning process.
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