SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW: RURAL EDUCATION DURING THE NEW CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
Keywords:rural education, the pedagogy of alternation, coronavirus
This article aims to analyze the publications about the impacts caused to rural education and the pedagogy of alternation during the COVID-19 pandemic. To do so, we used the systematic literature review concepts from Grant and Booth (2009) and the content analysis of Bardin (2016) to categorize the themes present in the works. The following categories were identified and discussed: the issue of access during emergency teaching; the precarization of the teaching profession; discussions about the State's omission in implementing public policies, neoliberalism, and negationist practices during the pandemic; theoretical differentiations between Distance Education and Emergency Remote Teaching and the implementation of emergency teaching in the states; and the Pedagogy of Alternation. We conclude that during the pandemic, education was one of the rights denied to the rural population, mainly due to issues of technology access. Teachers were overwhelmed and put in adverse situations, while there was omission by the public power in implementing affirmative policies for rural populations. Rural schools performed tasks that were not their responsibility, while the pedagogy of alternation, a methodology of rural schools, although harmed during this period, was considered fundamental in bringing families closer to the student during emergency teaching.
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