2020 ON SCREENS:ONLINE SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN IN THE LITERACY PHASE
Keywords:Communication, Online education, Children, Literacy, Pandemic
This article intends to share research about the adaptation of school to screens at the pandemic scenario of 2020 to promote reflections on online education for children in the literacy phase. Through an action-research carried out by LabGim (Laboratório de Pesquisas da Comunicação nas Infâncias), the experience of a private school in Porto Alegre was followed, with children undergoing literacy, from March 26th to May 15th, 2020, and it is intended to present the analysis of this scenario. Emphasizing the identification of two problematizations (I and II) about the mediation by digital information and communication technologies (TDICs) in the restructuring of classroom continuity strategies, data were collected and analyzed into three different communication dimensions (issuer, message and receiver), all of which serve as a basis for the action carried out directly with the school's pedagogical team. As a main result, we identified three distinct seasons in the adaptation of the school and children in that period (First Season PT, Transition Season TT and Second Season ST), highlighting the essential conditions of online education for children of this age group and of this school phase by the possibility of configuration of communicational online mediation strategies promoting experiences of being together virtual.
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