Contribuições do Aprendizado Ativo ao Estudo das Relações Internacionais nas universidades brasileiras

  • Cristina Yumie Aoki Inoue Instituto de Relações Internacionais, Universidade de Brasília
  • Marcelo M. Valença Departamento de Relações Internacionais, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4930-9805
Palavras-chave: Ensino, Aprendizado Ativo, Relações Internacionais

Resumo

O artigo tem dois objetivos centrais. O primeiro é apresentar o conceito do aprendizado ativo - active learning – aplicado às Relações Internacionais como ferramenta para potencializar o estudo e aprendizado em cursos de graduação. O segundo é propor que, apesar de representar uma quebra com modelos tradicionais, o aprendizado ativo oferece condições ideais para utilização no ensino superior brasileiro, pois ajudaria a superar limitações comumente encontradas em nossas universidades.

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Biografia do Autor

Cristina Yumie Aoki Inoue, Instituto de Relações Internacionais, Universidade de Brasília

Instituto de Relações Internacionais, Universidade de Brasília, Brasília - DF, Brasil

Marcelo M. Valença, Departamento de Relações Internacionais, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Departamento de Relações Internacionais, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

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Inoue, Cristina, e Marcelo Valença. 1. Contribuições Do Aprendizado Ativo Ao Estudo Das Relações Internacionais Nas Universidades Brasileiras. Meridiano 47 - Journal of Global Studies 18 (1). https://doi.org/10.20889/M47e18008.
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