Breaking new paths with technologies in basic education

Authors

  • Camila Sabino de Araujo
  • Alberto da Silva Franqueira
  • Diego Antônio de Souza Pereira
  • Hayra Conceição Gonçalves
  • José de Miranda Freire Junior
  • Paulo Roberto Tavares
  • Rutineia dos Santos Baldassini
  • Silvana Maria Aparecida Viana Santos

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.2-014

Keywords:

emerging technologies, basic education, artificial intelligence

Abstract

This study focused on investigating the impact of incorporating emerging technologies into the context of basic education, with an emphasis on areas such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and gamification. The overall aim of this research was to thoroughly analyze how these technological innovations are influencing teaching and learning methods, while identifying the challenges inherent in their implementation. To achieve this, a methodological approach comprising a literature review and the analysis of relevant case studies was adopted. The results obtained revealed that emerging technologies have the potential to revolutionize education, making it more personalized and interactive, as well as developing skills pertinent to the 21st century. However, they also identified significant obstacles, such as the lack of adequate infrastructure in educational institutions and the need for teacher training. The final conclusions of this study highlighted the importance of effective public policies and substantial government investment to support the successful integration of emerging technologies into basic education. Therefore, the future of education in line with these advanced technologies is promising, provided that pressing issues such as those mentioned above are resolved. Improving infrastructure and training educators are key to ensuring that technological innovations can truly transform basic education, benefiting both students and teachers.

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Published

2024-02-07

How to Cite

de Araujo, C. S., Franqueira, A. da S., Pereira, D. A. de S., Gonçalves, H. C., Freire Junior, J. de M., Tavares, P. R., Baldassini, R. dos S., & Santos, S. M. A. V. (2024). Breaking new paths with technologies in basic education. CONTRIBUCIONES A LAS CIENCIAS SOCIALES, 17(2), e4979. https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.2-014