REFLECTION ON THE PROFILE OF STUDENT AS CRUCIAL TO MOTIVATION AND LEARNING COURSE EAD

João Batista Mota, Silvane Guimarães Silva Gomes, Estela da Silva Leonardo

Abstract


This article presents a reflexive analysis about the student profile in an specific environment of distance learning course aiming to understand its importance to motivation and learning strategies conception. For this purpose, we rely in authors such Belloni (1999) and Knowles (1980), amongst others to specific analyze this in an environment of Informatics Basic course, taught in distance to teachers employed by Minas Gerais state in public schools. The analysis was performed from the selfassessment questionnaire at the end of the course, linking it to some concepts of distance education. Results indicated that the profile of students was responsible for the motivational factor throughout the course. Such information favored the implementation of strategies for learning, and allows greater efficiency in the process from planning to development, considering also the type and language of teaching materials.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.14571/cets.v7.n0.355-363



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