Collaborative Learning in the Military Police of Tocantins: perspective without frontier

( Vol-6,Issue-7,July 2019 ) OPEN ACCESS

Leonardo de Andrade Carneiro, David Nadler Prata, Patrick Letouze Moreira, Gentil Veloso Barbosa


Collaborative Learning; Social interaction; Digital Tools.


This study presents collaborative learning and the main digital tools used in technology-mediated teaching. This work aims to demonstrate that collaborative learning can strengthen and develop skills as a requirement for the development and sharing of knowledge as a strategic learning tool resulting from the interactions of the participants. For this, a bibliographical review, participatory research, qualitative-quantitative research was carried out. By demonstrating that technology-based collaborative learning develops a transdisciplinary view, enabling the identification of new methodologies that can be implemented in the qualification of the Tocantins Military Police.

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