Seeing behind the fog: A case study on teachers’ working conditions during the pandemic in the state of Paraná, Brazil
Keywords:emergency remote education, regulations, pedagogical support, technological support, working conditions of teachers
This paper seeks to investigate how, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the work proposals directed by the government unfolded in the pedagogical practices of basic education teachers in Paraná/Brazil in emergency remote teaching. For that, the case study was used as a method, with a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the data. The qualitative analysis of the regulations took place through descending hierarchical classification (CHD), word cloud generator, and similitude analysis, as well asthrough the descriptive analysis of the data from the application of a questionnaire to 78 basic education teachers. The results showed a gap between the main regulations issued by the federal and state public authorities that affect basic education in Paraná in the emergency period due to COVID-19 and the teaching practice of teachers, as well as the problems faced in the pedagogical/administrative support that these teachers received. Finally, the information presented in this study proved to be significant to understand the complexity of the educational problems that were intensified and others that emerged, due to remote teaching.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Andréia Faxina Wiese, Francisca Vieira Lima, Fabiana Paulino Alexandre Retamero, Sonia Maria Chaves Haracemiv, Anna Kaiper-Marquez
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