Usando Cartoons concetuais para investigar o conhecimento pedagógico do conteúdo de futuros professores sobre adição

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cartoons concetuais, futuros professores, educação matemática, conhecimento pedagógico do conteúdo, ideias erróneas dos alunos, algoritmo escrito da adição

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Este artigo apresenta um estudo qualitativo empírico de natureza exploratória conduzido com dois grupos diferentes de futuros professores do 1.º ciclo (antes vs. após a frequência de uma unidade curricular em didática da matemática). O estudo faz uso de uma ferramenta educacional chamada cartoons concetuais, acompanhada por um conjunto de seis questões orientadoras como meio de recolha de dados sobre o conhecimento pedagógico do conteúdo (PCK) em matemática. Em particular, o estudo foca-se nas respostas escritas dos futuros professores em face das opiniões de alunos virtuais, numa situação virtual de sala de aula relacionada com o algoritmo escrito da adição de números naturais. Os resultados revelam dez categorias diferentes de evidências do PCK relacionadas com o conhecimento dos alunos (três categorias), conhecimento das tarefas (uma categoria) e conhecimento instrucional (seis categorias), algumas relacionadas com um PCK forte, outras com um fraco PCK. De acordo com os resultados, todas as categorias relacionadas com o conhecimento dos alunos emergem apenas no grupo pós-didática, todas as categorias que surgem apenas no grupo pré-didática estão relacionadas com um fraco PCK, e todas as categorias que surgem apenas no grupo pós-didática se relacionam com um forte PCK.

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2020-06-27

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Samková, L. (2020). Usando Cartoons concetuais para investigar o conhecimento pedagógico do conteúdo de futuros professores sobre adição . Quadrante, 29(1), 36-51. Obtido de https://quadrante.apm.pt/index.php/quadrante/article/view/565

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