Avaliação on-line em tempo integral durante a pandemia da Covid-19

Percepções dos professores de inglês como língua estrangeira

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https://doi.org/10.14393/LL63-v39-2023-01

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Percepções, Ensino remoto, Avaliação remota, Isolamento social decorrente da Covid-19

Resumo

Este estudo teve como objetivo compreender melhor as percepções dos professores sobre os métodos de avaliação utilizados no ensino totalmente remoto de inglês como língua estrangeira (LE) no contexto saudita durante o isolamento social provocado pela Covid-19. O objetivo foi investigar quatro fatores: (1) as percepções dos professores de inglês como LE sobre a avaliação no ensino remoto, (2) os tipos de métodos de avaliação utilizados, (3) os desafios que os professores enfrentam ao avaliarem on-line os alunos e (4) existência ou não de diferenças significativas entre as percepções dos professores do sexo feminino e masculino em relação à avaliação on-line. Ao todo, 26 professores de inglês como LE completaram um questionário seguindo a escala Likert, que foi distribuído on-line usando o formulário Google, para evitar qualquer contato pessoal devido à pandemia da Covid-19. Além disso, foram conduzidas entrevistas através do aplicativo WhatsApp para coletar informações sobre os desafios da avaliação on-line. Os resultados revelaram que os professores de inglês como LE têm uma atitude moderada em relação à avaliação remota. Além disso, a maioria das respostas foi positiva em relação às técnicas/os métodos usados na avaliação on-line. Entretanto, a maioria dos itens relacionados às percepções dos professores sobre os desafios encontrados nas avaliações on-line teve, em média, pontuações altas/muita altas, que indicaram que os professores enfrentaram sérios desafios na avaliação on-line dos alunos. Além disso, o estudo revelou que não houve diferença significativa entre as percepções de professores e professoras em relação aos quatro fatores investigados.

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Biografia do Autor

Mariam Yousef Mohammed Abduh , Najran University

Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics (ELT), Department of English College of Languages and Translation, Najran University, Saudi Arabia

Bruno Chaves Borja, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia

Doutorando do Programa de Pós-graduação em Estudos Linguísticos da Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Uberlândia.

Marileide Dias Esqueda, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia

Marileide Dias Esqueda é professora associada da Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (UFU).

Possui mestrado e doutorado em Estudos da Tradução pela Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp).

É tradutora profissional e autora de diversos artigos científicos e capítulos de livros publicados no Brasil e no exterior.

Realizou estágio pós-doutoral na Universidade de Montreal, em Montreal, no Canadá (2018-2019).

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2023-03-27

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ABDUH , M. Y. M.; BORJA, B. C.; ESQUEDA, M. D. Avaliação on-line em tempo integral durante a pandemia da Covid-19: Percepções dos professores de inglês como língua estrangeira. Letras & Letras, Uberlândia, v. 39, n. único, p. e3901 | 1–27, 2023. DOI: 10.14393/LL63-v39-2023-01. Disponível em: https://seer.ufu.br/index.php/letraseletras/article/view/66837. Acesso em: 18 jun. 2024.

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