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INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN: A LEARNING STRATEGY APPLIED TO NURSING HISTORY IN REMOTE TEACHING

Pacita Geovana Gama de Sousa Aperibense, Bruna Tavares Uchoa dos Santos Xavier, Rafael Lustosa Ribeiro, Valeria Aparecida Masson, Marco Antonio Carvalho Filho

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Objective: to describe the elaboration of a virtual learning object to teach the Nursing History academic discipline.

Method: a descriptive and exploratory study of the experience report type about the elaboration of a learning object as an active methodology in remote classes of the Nursing History academic discipline using the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation and Evaluation (ADDIE) model of instructional design. The academic discipline was taught from December 2020 to March 2021 in Macaé, RJ, Brazil.

Results: the discipline had an hour load of 30 hours, distributed in 10 synchronous meetings and nine asynchronous activities, with the participation of 26 students through the MOODLE platform, in addition to other pedagogical strategies. The challenges were mainly of a motivational nature and the students' interaction with the platforms showed commitment and interest; moreover, they were fundamental to turning learning-teaching into a dynamic and pleasant process.

Conclusion: elaboration of the Virtual Learning Object was a strategy that assisted in improving the students' performance, in addition to promoting innovation in the teachers' pedagogical methods.


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Nursing; Nursing History; Education in Nursing; Educational Technology; Pandemic.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5380/ce.v27i0.87230