Imagens em movimento nas aulas de história e o seu impacto no desenvolvimento de competências de autoaprendizagem em estudantes da educação básica

Translated title of the contribution: Moving pictures in history classes and their impact on the development of self-learning skills in lower secondary education

Pedro Alves, Sara Dias-Trindade, Miguel Pinheiro

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Abstract

Moving pictures have been gaining, over time, more and more importance both in society and education. Cinema or documentary films, for example, have the ability to dynamically represent certain events that occurred in the real world and assist in the understanding of the contents taught, while promoting a relaxed and motivating environment. Based on this assumption, this article aims to present a qualitative case study conducted with 14 lower secondary education students in Portugal, to evaluate how moving images contribute to the development of self-learning skills in history classes in the dimensions considered: Active Learning, Initiative and Autonomy. The results showed that the use of this pedagogical strategy contributes to the development of self-learning skills specially in relation to motivation for learning, autonomy and individual initiative to deepen knowledge.
Translated title of the contributionMoving pictures in history classes and their impact on the development of self-learning skills in lower secondary education
Original languagePortuguese
Article numbere19356
Pages (from-to)1-13
Number of pages13
JournalDialogia
Issue number37
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2021

Keywords

  • Moving pictures
  • Movies
  • History
  • Self-learning skills

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