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agricultural, education, active, problem, based


The active learning (MA) brings in its premises, expanding the acquisition of knowledge
through the contextualization and problematization of situations, which bring together the relationships
between students and teachers. This study, using a bibliographic review based on systematic review as a
tool, sought to answer if MA is effective in agricultural education. Guided by the protocol (PRISMA-P),
this research used as research databases: Google Scholar, “Education Resources Information Center”
(ERIC) and the thesis bank of the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel
(CAPES). As an eligibility criterion, the selected studies should contain a population of students of regular
education, use of MA as an intervention, experimental or quasi-experimental research, with no restriction
on the date of publication or methodological quality, but considering the restriction of studies to English
and Portuguese. Portuguese. Strategies were used for data extraction, quality assessment and presentation
of results, thus concluding that the use of MA in agricultural education is an effective tool compared totraditional teaching methods. The time used in the intervention, as well as the training of the teacher
when applying MA are one of the factors that can influence the effectiveness. 


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Author Biographies

Rosa Cristina Monteiro, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro

Develops research and publishes in the areas of rural extension, psychology and education, working mainly on the following themes: rural, environment, space, territory and nature. CV: education She is a psychologist, has a Master's Degree in Social Psychology from Fundação Getúlio Vargas - RJ (1980) and a Ph.D. in Development, Agriculture and Society from the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (2001) address – br 465, km 7, Seropedica/rj 23890-000 telephone (21) 9959995597 institutional affiliation - UFRRJ

Victor Augustus Marin, UNIRIO - Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Research Lines: Risk Assessment and Food Safety; Medicinal Plants, Vegetable Drugs and Herbal Medicines; Microbiological Control of Foods; Antimicrobial Resistance; Systematic Review and Meta-analysis and Bioinformatics applied to genomics and metagenomics. ORCID: formation Bachelor's Degree in Science with Qualification in Biology at Uniararas (1992), Master's Degree in Genetics and Plant Breeding at Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (ESALQ/USP - 1996), Doctorate in Plant Biotechnology at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ - 2001) and Post-doctorate by the National Institute of Quality Control in Health (INCQS/FIOCRUZ). UNIRIO address, av. Pasteur, 296-Rio de Janeiro, 22290-240. telephone: (21) 992384668 institutional affiliation UNIRIO - professor and advisor at the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO); collaborator of the Brazilian Association of Fine Chemical Industries (ABIFINA); Responsible for the Microbiological Food Control Laboratory of the School of Nutrition (LACOMEN), which is a collaborating laboratory of the General Coordination of Public Health Laboratories (CGLAB) of the Health Surveillance Secretariat (SVS) of the Ministry of Health (MS); Curator of the Culture Collection of Resistant Bacteria of Food Origin (CCBROA)

Claudia Antonia Vieira Rossetto, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro

Has experience in the field of Agronomy, with an emphasis on Seed Production and Technology, and works in the area of ​​socio-environmental education and plant production.



How to Cite

Nascimento, L. L. C., Monteiro, R. C., Marin, V. A., & Rossetto, C. A. V. (2021). EFFECTIVENESS OF ACTIVE LEARNING IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. In SciELO Preprints.


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