Desenvolvimento de Materiais de Aprendizagem Interativos de Ciências Virtuais de Acordo com o Modelo ADDIE

Autores

  • Daniel Ong Jr. Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University. San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines
  • Oscar Jr Anchieta Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University. San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i1.2825

Palavras-chave:

ADDIE, Desenvolvimento de Materiais Instrucionais, Não impressos, Recursos Virtuais

Resumo

Os materiais instrucionais virtuais estão em alta demanda em meio à pandemia. Muitos professores filipinos foram apanhados desprevenidos e não dispunham de ferramentas adequadas de ensino à distância. Embora existissem, a maioria estava dilapidada e obsoleta. Uma abordagem lógica, como o Modelo ADDIE, é essencial para o desenvolvimento de materiais instrucionais. A sequência do seu processo é crucial, uma vez que a eficácia do design é medida pelos resultados das avaliações e pela forma como os objetivos pretendidos são alcançados. Este estudo teve como objetivo desenvolver materiais virtuais de aprendizagem interativos de Ciências para ensino a distância de acordo com as cinco etapas do Modelo ADDIE. Uma avaliação formal foi realizada nos materiais desenvolvidos para examinar sua validade em termos de qualidade de conteúdo, qualidade instrucional, qualidade técnica e erro técnico, e para avaliar sua usabilidade e interoperabilidade.

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Biografia do Autor

Daniel Ong Jr., Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University. San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines

0000-0001-5615-9051; Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University. San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines. dong@dmmmsu.edu.ph

Oscar Jr Anchieta, Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University. San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines

0000-0001-5530-4288; Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University. San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines. oancheta@dmmmsu.edu.ph

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2024-01-10

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Ong Jr., D., & Jr Anchieta, O. (2024). Desenvolvimento de Materiais de Aprendizagem Interativos de Ciências Virtuais de Acordo com o Modelo ADDIE. Diversitas Journal, 9(1). https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i1.2825