Estratégias para detecção precoce de propensão à evasão

Adelina Mezzari, Liane Margarida Rockenbach Tarouco, Barbara Gorziza Avila, Geraldo Ribas Machado, Rute Vera Maria Favero, Ana Marli Bulegon

Resumen


A evasão é uma preocupação nos cursos tanto presenciais quanto de EAD e este trabalho apresenta os resultados de uma investigação sobre suas causas. Além da investigação a partir de referências de outros trabalhos sobre o mesmo tema, foi desenvolvido um estudo usando dados derivados das atividades em um curso a distância para formação de professores em serviço. Este estudo e a pesquisa realizada visaram diagnosticar as causas da evasão e buscar indicadores que possibilitem identificar precocemente situações que contribuam para a evasão. A análise dos registros das atividades no curso também avaliou as estratégias de comunicação mediada por computador buscando detectar indícios de risco de evasão, bem como identificar fatores relevantes que levam a evasão. Os dados permitiram elicitar indicadores de atividade dos alunos em cursos EAD os quais permitem identificar situações onde exista risco mais elevado de evasão.

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ensino a distância, evasão, mediação, fórum.

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