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Learning Objects in the Educational Context: The Perspective of Teachers in the Azores
Santos, Ana Isabel · Costa, Ana C. · Botelho, Andrea Z. · Parente, Manuela I. · Cascalho, José · Freitas, Diana · Behr, André · Rodrigues, Ana · Mendes, Armando B.

Published29 April 2022
JournalEducation Sciences
Volume 12, Issue 5, Pages 309-324
CountryPortugal, Europe

ABSTRACT
This paper seeks to identify the pedagogical resources used by kindergarten, primary and secondary teachers in Azores Islands. Additionally, an investigation will be made into how these resources are mobilized in teachers’ pedagogical practice, with the aim of understanding to what extent digital resources, particularly learning objects, are present in schools. For this purpose, a study was developed, which included a questionnaire survey conducted online, and sent to teachers in 2021/22. A total of 426 answers allowed us to conclude that the use of pedagogical resources is still far from the current and emerging need to mobilize digital resources, particularly learning objects, as a tool to enhance meaningful learning.

Keywords pedagogical resources · learning objects · digital educational resources · teacher's perspectives

LanguageEnglish
RefereedYes
RightsCC BY
DOI10.3390/educsci12050309
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