NORDSCI Conference proceedings 2020, Book 1

Education and educational research

THE DISCIPLINE "BODY, CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT IN A MASTER'S COURSE AT UNIVERSIDADE SANTA ÚRSULA, BRAZIL": LEARNING STRATEGIES AND COLLABORATIVE TEACHING

Prof. Dr. Cintia Mariza do Amaral Moreira, Prof. Dr. Ana Carolina de Gouvea Dantas Motta, Prof. Dr. Juliano Melquiades Vianello, Ms. Rosilene de Athayde Gonçalves, Prof. Ms. Carla Queiroz de Paula

ABSTRACT

The Professional Master's in Work Management for the Quality of the Built Environment, MPGTQAC has existed at the Universidade Santa Úrsula, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, since the beginning of 2015. The body is one of the substantive elements of the course. It emerges as an elective discipline. The purpose of this communication is to refine the understanding of the central ideas of the discipline ‘Body, culture and environment’ of the master, combined with the situation of Covid 19. A complementary bibliography of the discipline was presented, and some works were described and commented on. We took Howard Becker's book “Mundos da Arte” Becker [1] as a theoretical reference in the pedagogical field, to move forward with the idea of collaborative pedagogical work. By confronting theory with pedagogical practice, we achieved two dynamics applied in the first half of 2020, during Pandemic Covid 19. The first, ‘Domestic ethnography before and after Covid 19’. Covid 19's impact on the home and student world was considered. Scenes in the residential environment of each student made it possible to visualize the accommodation of the houses, to the circumstances of the daily domestic and working lives of each student, during the Pandemic, with a strong impact on everyone's body scheme; the second, ‘Body and affection in Pandemic, from Paul Klee’, allowed students to express their questions and express the feelings and reflections arising from a world altered by the effect of the pandemic. Many of these issues are linked to one's body scheme. As a result of the proposed dynamics, the class reacted with hope of overcoming. In a balance between the restrictive situations of the Pandemic, which often led to the feeling of sadness, fear and malaise, and, prospective situations, after the Pandemic, the group envisioned the possibility of advancing and overcoming a localized period of impossibility circulation and contact. Faced with current limits and future possibilities, the group showed a positive expectation for the future. The reflection based on the study of dynamics carried out during the course 'Body, culture and environment' allows us to think about the possibility of replicating playful referrals similar to those described here, for the next times that the discipline is taught

KEYWORDS

Cooperative Learning and Teaching. Experimental Education. New Tools for Teaching.

REFERENCE

NORDSCI International Conference 2020, Book 1, Conference Proceedings, ISSN 2603-4107, ISBN 978-619-7495-11-9, THE DISCIPLINE "BODY, CULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT IN A MASTER'S COURSE AT UNIVERSIDADE SANTA ÚRSULA, BRAZIL": LEARNING STRATEGIES AND COLLABORATIVE TEACHING, 101-110 pp, DOI paper 10.32008/NORDSCI2020/B1/V3/11