O PROCESSO DE ENSINO-APRENDIZAGEM POR MEIO DE SIMULAÇÃO E JOGO: UMA ANÁLISE BIBLIOMÉTRICA

Autores

  • Simone Sartori Centro Universitário de Brusque - UNIFEBE
  • Marcelo Merizio Centro Universitário de Brusque - UNIFEBE
  • Sidnei Gripa Centro Universitário de Brusque - UNIFEBE

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33362/visao.v9i1.2166

Palavras-chave:

Simulação. Processo de Ensino-aprendizagem. Engenharia de Produção.

Resumo

O processo de ensino-aprendizagem com efetiva participação dos alunos vem sendo discutido nos últimos anos. Entretanto, a contribuição deste processo e as formas ainda são incipientes. O objetivo deste estudo foi analisar a contribuição dos modelos ou formas de ensino-aprendizagem na área de engenharia de produção e áreas próximas. Foram selecionados artigos científicos, de acordo com o interesse dos pesquisadores. A base Science Direct foi usada, considerando o período de 2009 a 2019 e foram selecionados 31 artigos para compor o portfólio bibliográfico (PB). Utilizou-se sete marcadores bibliométricos para realizar a análise: periódicos e fator de impacto, as citações por artigo, palavras-chave, autores, instituição, país e rede bibliométrica. Os periódicos mais citados no PB: Destacam-se “Computers & Education” e “The International Journal of Management”; a origem dos autores com maior participação é do Reino Unido e da University of Turku. Os termos principais encontrados nos resumos do PB foram simulation game, challenge, education, process, development, student, active learning, team, gaming session, player, entre outros elementares. Já análise de conteúdo permitiu demonstrar a importância da simulação no processo de ensino-aprendizagem e uso de softwares/estratégias neste processo.

Palavras-Chave: Simulação. Processo de Ensino-aprendizagem. Engenharia de Produção.

 

TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS WITH SIMULATIONS AND GAME: A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS

Abstract: The teaching-learning process with effective student participation has been discussed in recent years. However, the contribution of this process and the forms are still incipient. The aim of this study was to analyze the contribution of models or forms of teaching-learning in the area of production engineering and áreas close. Scientific articles were selected, according to the researchers' interest. A reference survey was made in the database Science Direct, considering the period from 2009 to 2019 and were selected 31 articles to compose the bibliographic portfolio (BP). We used seven bibliometric markers when performing these analyses: journals and impact factor, citations per article, keywords, authors, institution, country and bibliometric networks. The most cited journals in BP: “Computers & Education” and “The International Journal of Management”; the origin of the authors with the largest participation is from the United Kingdom and the University of Turku. The main issues found in the BP were simulation game, challenge, education, process, development, student, active learning, team, gaming session, player and others. In the content analysis was demonstrated the importance of simulation in the teaching-learning process and the use of software / strategies in this process.

Keywords: Simulation. The teaching-learning process. Industrial Engineering.

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