Praticas Educacionais Abertas: uma maneira de aprender alem do conhecimento de acesso livre

Andres Chiappe, Silvia Irene Adame

Resumo


As Praticas Educacionais Abertas (PEA) tornaram-se uma crescente tendencia educacional baseada em Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação (TIC), que tem sido ligadas tanto da literatura quanto da pratica com topicos emergentes e complexos como os Cursos Online Macicos Abertos (MOOC) e Recursos Educacionais Abertos (REA). Este ensaio apresenta uma abordagem critica às Praticas Educacionais Abertas em relação à sua estrutura conceitual e considerando um foco atual e nao excessivo sobre o livre acesso ao conhecimento. Propomos que transformar conteúdos educacionais, disponibilizando-os nao e suficiente para produzir inovação educativa e, conseqüentemente, torna-se necessario transformar as práticas educacionais, tornando-as abertas. Embora a transicao da REA para a PEA ja tenha sido considerada na literatura, e necessaria uma nova perspectiva alem do livre acesso e sem custo para maximizar o potencial inovador de “abertura”.


Palavras-chave


Praticas educacionais abertas; Recursos educacionais abertos; MOOC; Movimento educativo aberto; Inovação educacional

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