• ISSN: 2155-7993
  • Journal of Modern Education Review

The Interdisciplinary Development of Digital Authorial Educational Materials by Undergraduates and Its Relationship With Teaching

Luciana de Lima, Gabriela Teles, Danielle Gonzaga da Silva, Robson Carlos Loureiro,
Brena Collyer de Aguiar
(1. Federal University of CearĂ¡, Brazil; 2. University of Sussex, Brazil)

Abstract: The research aims to analyze how undergraduate students enrolled in the Technoteaching discipline use the Material Autoral Digital Educacional (MADEs) (Digital Authorial Educational Material). The Case Study is used as a methodology to investigate a contemporary phenomenon, observing how two interdisciplinary groups carried out a hypothetical classroom situation. The research was divided into three (3) stages: planning, data collection, and analysis. It was observed that a group used the MADE developed in an instructional manner. Both groups opted for delivering multidisciplinary classes centered on the role of the teacher in which most of the time was dedicated to present the content. However, the MADEs were created with an interdisciplinary approach.

       Key words: interdisciplinarity, digital technology, teaching, undergraduate

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