Professor, Posso Usar o Celular? Um Estudo sobre a Utilização do Sistema de Resposta do Estudante (SRE) no Processo Educativo de Alunos de Ciências Contábeis

  • Vitor Hideo Nasu Universidade de São Paulo
  • Luís Eduardo Afonso Universidade de São Paulo
Palavras-chave: Sistema de Resposta do Estudante, SRE, Alunos de contabilidade, Processo educacional, Educação contábil

Resumo

Objetivo: O artigo procura investigar a percepção dos alunos de Contabilidade sobre o uso do Sistema de Resposta do Estudante (SRE) no processo educacional. Método: Caracteriza-se por ser uma survey research, com utilização de abordagem quantitativa e que visa descrever a percepção de discentes de Ciências Contábeis. A investigação foi desenvolvida em uma IES pública com duas turmas da disciplina Contabilidade de entidades diversas durante o 1º e 2º bimestres do calendário acadêmico de 2016. Ao final do 2º bimestre, foram aplicados questionários para a obtenção dos dados. Resultados: O SRE é fácil de ser usado e torna as aulas mais interativas. Há forte relação entre as percepções de que o SRE ajuda os alunos como ferramenta didática e de que é benéfico para a aprendizagem. Verificou-se que não houve diferença significativa entre as percepções discentes entre classes acerca do uso do SRE. Contudo, foram encontradas diferenças relevantes de percepção quando da análise por gênero e por faixa de idade. Contribuições: Sustenta-se, por meio de evidências, que o SRE aprimora o processo educativo. Portanto, docentes podem utilizá-lo a fim de encorajar maior envolvimento e postura ativa dos alunos, além de proporcionar um ambiente diferenciado do ensino tradicional.

Biografia do Autor

Vitor Hideo Nasu, Universidade de São Paulo
Doutorando em Controladoria e Contabilidade pela Universidade de São Paulo.
Luís Eduardo Afonso, Universidade de São Paulo
Professor Associado do Departamento de Contabilidade e Atuária da Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade da Universidade de São Paulo.

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Publicado
29-06-2018
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Nasu, V., & Afonso, L. (2018). Professor, Posso Usar o Celular? Um Estudo sobre a Utilização do Sistema de Resposta do Estudante (SRE) no Processo Educativo de Alunos de Ciências Contábeis. Revista De Educação E Pesquisa Em Contabilidade (REPeC), 12(2). https://doi.org/10.17524/repec.v12i2.1811
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