USP digital education specialist will give opening web lecture of course for academics at UFRN
3 de July de 2020
We live in a moment of social distance and what many people ask is: how educational technologies can be used to help students students from classroom courses? Faced with a context of uncertainties, as to the duration of the covid-19 pandemic, what are the paths to be followed? To answer these and other questions, next Monday (06), it will be the web lecture was held: Digital Education and Multi-skills.
The event is part of the opening program of the Course: “SIGAA for students: how to learn in the Virtual Class ”, an initiative promoted by the Pro-Rectory of Extension (PROEX), Distance Education Secretariat (SEDIS) and Department of Education at the Seridó Higher Education Center (CERES), both from the University
Federal of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN).
The Rector of UFRN, José Daniel Diniz Melo, will make the initial greeting to participating academics and work will be conducted by the Coordinator of the Technological Innovation in Health Laboratory (LAIS / UFRN), Ricardo Valentim. Who share knowledge with internet users will be the Professor and Head of the Telemedicine Discipline at USP Medical School, Chao Lung Wen.
We talked to Chao Lung Wen to find out about his expectations and topics you want to address. “One of the important focuses of my work is the area of Education, higher education and basic education, where I implement Educational Technologies Interactive to enhance education ”, highlights the Professor. Within this context, he
said that he will discuss digital education to promote training in multi-skills.
According to the speaker, it is necessary to discuss the professionalization of education, supported by technology, regardless of whether we are facing a pandemic. Is for connect, we will have to talk more, according to him, about metacognitive training, the development of behavioral aspects and the use of technological resources in the process
teaching and learning (Active Digital Methodology).
The event will be broadcast on the SEDIS YouTube Channel and participation, in that initial activity, is open to all interested parties.
Source: Bruno Cássio – SEDIS / UFRN Media Sector.