Pedagogical work with dance in emergency remote education: methodological contributions to decolonial research
- Forensic Research & Criminology International Journal
Catia Pereira Duarte,1 Rodrigo Ribeiro Nascimento,2 Vitor Tadeu Paiva Silva2
In pandemic times, teachers without training for distance learning find themselves insecure for the rapid changes that emergency remote teaching requires to guarantee health care. This text seeks to analyze the traditional dance online classes to signal the wishes of the subjects in the CAP that can contribute to the various teaching networks of Juiz de Fora; and, publicize the demands for training in teaching, research and extension of the CAP that were based on decoloniality and that could serve as a suggestion for initial and continued training. To this end, an ethnographic study was carried out from mid-2020 to the end of 2021, with ninety CAP graduates, two interns and four Physical Education teachers, using a field diary according to Social Anthropology procedures. As a result.
traditional dance, emergency remote teaching, decoloniality