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What is Teaching Skills

Handbook of Research on Determining the Reliability of Online Assessment and Distance Learning
Pedagogical, technological, and social characteristics that contribute to the multidisciplinarity that involves the learning process.
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Learning Objects in Hybrid Teaching Potential and Challenges for Their Use in the Context of Brazilian Education
Daiana Garibaldi da Rocha (University Fernando Pessoa, Portugal) and Adriana Cardoso (University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Brazil)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4769-4.ch012
In the context of distance education, one aspect materialized by educational technology is through the use of learning objects (LO). These elements can be defined as educational digital resources that favor students' interaction with many languages and different media. This chapter aims to present two scenarios. The first one involves a case study about the production of didactic content. This study will focus on teaching and will consist of showing the rationale behind the content production method used by the company and the methodology used in the construction of learning objects in the context of a learning unit. The second scenario will consist of students' views by means of a survey conducted with more than 4 thousand students from higher education institutions (HEIs) from different regions of Brazil who consume the content and make use of the learning objects. The reflections point to the pedagogical potential of learning objects but also to concerns in view of great challenges posed by hybrid teaching within the Brazilian scenario.
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Emotional Intelligence: Preparing and Retaining Our Most Gifted Educators
Teaching skills are abilities teachers must develop in order to be successful in the field of education. These abilities include dispositions, emotional intelligence, classroom management, communication, content knowledge, and knowledge of curriculum and standards.
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Teachers' Survival Kit in the Classroom
A group of developed or developing teaching acts or behaviors intended to facilitate students learning directly or indirectly.
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