Blended learning and the development of general competences of the national common curricular base

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De Mello Trevisani, Fernando [UNESP]
Corrêa, Ygor

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The National Common Curricular Base (NCCB) is the reference of all educational institutions for the formulation of their curricula and proposes, together with the students' intellectual and cognitive development, the development of some general skills, among them, communication, argumentation, empathy and cooperation skills, as well as understanding education for digital culture and scientific curiosity. In this sense, this paper aims to relate Blended Learning as a possible model of class that can contribute to the development of these general competencies, as it has moments of learning, which can be collective or individual and also allows the use of digital technologies. This is an experience report that aims to show the teaching practice combined with a theory that supports each decision of planning, execution and post-practice reflection for the preparation of classes that meet what is proposed in the NCCB. The results of this practical experience show that the teacher's intentionality in preparing each learning experience offered to students can impact the development of the general skills proposed by NCCB, making it necessary to rethink the teaching practice.



Blended Learning, National Common Curricular Base, Skills

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Praksis, v. 17, n. 2, p. 43-62, 2020.