USO DE JOGOS EDUCADIONAIS PARA EXPLICAR CONCEITOS COMPLEXOS RELACIONADOS À FISIOLOGIA HUMANA

Ben-Hur Souto Neves, Rui Seabra Machado, Caroline Bitencourt Soare, Pâmela Billig Mello-Carpes

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Diferentes estratégias têm sido propostas para melhorar o processo de ensino-aprendizagem em diferentes compos. Uma opção para otimizar o aprendizado, aumentando o envolvimento dos alunos e proporcionando discussões em grupo, é o uso de jogos educacionais (JE). Neste estudo, nós avaliamos as percepções dos alunos sobre o uso do JE como uma ferramenta para facilitar o entendimento de conceitos-chave relacionados à Fisiologia Humana (FH). Jogos abordando os potenciais bioelétricos da membrana celular e o ciclo cardíaco foram utilizados para complementar as aulas teóricas de Fisiologia. Após o uso dos jogos, os alunos foram convidados a avaliá-los. Verificamos que os alunos consideram o JE ferramentas interessantes para melhorar o ensino da FH e que contribuem para a compreensão do conteúdo trabalhado em sala de aula.

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Processo ensino-aprendizagem; Metodologias ativas; Jogos educacionais.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.16923/reb.v17i2.869

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