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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.81.2019.tde-16062020-150417
Document
Author
Full name
Danilo Mendes Vieira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Rodrigues, Andre Machado (President)
Pereira, Alexsandro Pereira de
Piassi, Luis Paulo de Carvalho
Title in Portuguese
Interpretando a física: o Role Playing Game (RPG) como forma de explorar problemas abertos
Keywords in Portuguese
Ensino de Física
Jogos e educação
Role Playing Game
RPG
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa propõe a investigação do uso do Role Playing Game (RPG) no contexto educacional, como uma forma de facilitar o aprendizado de Física para os estudantes. O pressuposto principal para o uso do RPG é que ele pode funcionar como um ambiente para um ensinar física através de problemas abertos. Os problemas abertos são situações que necessitam de soluções, mas os indivíduos envolvidos não conhecem meios ou caminhos evidentes para obtê-las. Eles são úteis na física para conhecer para se conhecer as concepções dos alunos sobre conceitos estruturados cientificamente e também trabalhar significações diferentes dos problemas de lápis e papel. Foi elaborada uma aventura no sistema FATE. Este sistema genérico apresenta regras simples e facilita o processo de iniciação dos alunos ao RPG. Foram realizadas duas aplicações do RPG em contexto educacional, com estudantes em diferentes situações de ensino. Conclui-se que o RPG pode ser proveitoso como uma atividade paralela às aulas tradicionais e como um incentivador da problematização dos conceitos físicos para os alunos.
Title in English
Playing physics: the Role Playing Game (RPG) as a way to explore ill-structured problems.
Keywords in English
Games and Education
Physics Teaching
Role Playing Game
RPG
Abstract in English
This research proposes the investigation of Role Playing Games (RPG) in the educational context, as a way of facilitating the learning of physics for students. The main assumption for using RPGs is that they can function as a space for teaching based on ill-structured problems. Ill-structured problems are situations where a solution is needed, but the individuals involved do not know the obvious ways or means to get them. They are useful in physics in understanding students' conceptions of scientifically structured concepts as well as working on different meanings for structured problems. An adventure was elaborated in the FATE system and two applications of RPGs in the educational context were made, with students in different teaching situations. It is concluded that role-playing can be useful as a parallel activity to traditional classes and as an incentive for the problematization of physical concepts for students.
 
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2020-06-23
 
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