Covid-19 brought several changes that must be incorporated into the daily life of society also in the post pandemic. In the field of education, remote education, distance education and online education have gained unprecedented prominence and pose challenges for institutions. New for some; accumulated knowledge for others. Next Tuesday (15), the Net-Escola project promotes a special session to debate some distance learning experiences carried out by the UFBA Institute of Collective Health in the last two decades.
The webinar will be broadcast live, at 10 am, through the ISC YouTube channel (youtube.com/labvideoisc).
The debate will count on the participation of the team of the Integrated Program on Environmental and Worker Health (PISAT), which since 2004 offers several activities in the distance learning modality. The lessons learned and perspectives pointed out by the program will be presented by Professor Vilma Santana (ISC / UFBA) and Tatiane Meira, member of the PISAT pedagogical team.
The webinar also welcomes the sanitarist Raphael Sande, a member of the Public Health Residency Program with a concentration in Planning and Management (ISC / UFBA), to share his experience in planning a game created during the Public Health graduation.
The discussion will be mediated by researchers Juliane Fagundes (PPGSC / ISC) and Marcos Santana (PPGSC / ISC), coordinated by Professor Marcele Paim (ISC / UFBA).
The activity closes the series of webinars promoted by Net-Escola in the Supplementary Semester of UFBA. The debates bring themes related to pedagogical practices in digital communication and in the current social context. The events are part of the curricular component “Tesc Educação Distance at Collective Health” of the ISC / UFBA Graduate Program.
The idea is to enable students to experience practical experiences, with the realization, coordination and transmission of virtual events, in addition to being an opportunity for dialogue with invited professors and interaction with the ISC technical communication team.
To watch previous sessions, click here, and access the full playlist of broadcasts.