ANALYSIS OF TILS PERCEPTIONS REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE IN REMOTE TEACHING
Keywords:Remote teaching, Covid-19, translator and interpreter, deaf education
This article aims to analyze the perceptions of translators and interpreters of Libras/Portuguese Language (TILS) regarding the performance and translation processes in the face of the pandemic period in Brazil. The study is quantitative-qualitative research, in which a questionnaire was made in Google Forms aimed at TILS working in remote teaching in Brazil. The questionnaire was published online on the social networks of contact centers for training professionals in education and care for people with deafness (CAS), TILS federations and deaf associations to achieve the greatest possible reach to the target participants of this study. To this end, 58 participants responded to the request to participate in the study. From the analyzed data, it was found that there were drastic changes that reflect in the performance of these professionals that affect three main aspects: (1) the (re)knowledge of the profession and the formation of TILS; (2) the transformations of the activities performed by TILS during the pandemic.; and (3) the locus of work in remote learning.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Welbert Vinícius de Souza Sansão, Anabela Cruz-Santos
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Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Grant numbers UIDB/00317/2020 e UIDP/00317/2020