The pandemic brought substantial changes to education and opened space for a new learning routine, is how the sociologist and former president of the National Education Council (CNE), Luiz Roberto Curi, author of a project that suggests the creation of new learning models, such as hybrid courses, that mix face-to-face and online classes.
“We cannot imagine that we will return to the 2019 model”, he says. He predicts that schools will reorder the curriculum to face the changes accelerated by the pandemic. “The idea is to elaborate a process capable of guaranteeing new ways of learning, especially mediated by technology capable of broadening the perspectives of teaching”, he said.
According to him, the new learning models necessarily imply changes in the curriculum and the mediation of technological platforms must be inserted throughout the entire learning process. He places distance learning as an increasingly appropriate process for the formation of competence in students.
Curi stressed that the practice should “strengthen training that is capable of indicating a route linked to professional requirements and that it meets the challenges of professional insertion and taking advantage of the diploma”, he says.
Reference: CNN Brasil