Metodologias Ativas e Experiências em Disciplinas Relacionadas a Área de Segurança do Trabalho
Keywords:learning, active methodology, TBL, PBL, case study
AbstractThe Team-based Learning (TBL) and Problem-based Learning (PBL) are active teaching methodologies that have been applied in several disciplines and provide students with the possibility of experiencing a daily professional experience, the development of ability to work as a team and the generation of solutions to the problems presented. This article aims to present the use, results and benefits of these methodologies that were applied to students of the Civil Engineering course of Potiguar University. For TBL and PBL, the Peer Instruction (PI) methodologies were used with the "Plickers" application to read QR codes delivered to each student. It is also presented and discussed the application of a Case Study, which is a Teaching Strategy that also makes teaching-learning more active and for which a technical visit was carried out at a construction site located in Natal / RN, in order to To verify compliance with the Regulatory Rules. These applications were quite effective, since, through a survey, the students evaluated them with a high degree of satisfaction.
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