Teaching methodologies and quality improvement in higher education

Camila Henriques Nunes, Mario Sergio Michaliszyn

Abstract


Social, economic and cultural transformations always imply the need for changes in the educational scenario and, consequently, in the teaching-learning process, especially when these refer to vocational training. The implementation of changes requires adaptation of teaching methodologies that provide the student with understanding, application and improvement of knowledge. In this sense, this article aims to make a brief review on teaching methodologies, their applications and successful experiences in Higher Education. It is a qualitative research, with a bibliographic review on the analyzed theme. It was observed that the experiences with such methodologies are still very punctual, requiring greater dissemination throughout the curriculum. Although successful, these still appear discreetly in the Higher Education.


Keywords


Hybrid teaching; Problem-based learning; Inverted classroom.

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