Experiences in the use of different teaching strategies in youth and adult education





High dropout rates of youth and adult education (YAE) students are observed at all levels of education, identifying the need to adapt classroom practices. This work aimed to review reports of experiences of using different methodologies and teaching strategies in EJA. The survey was carried out in virtual libraries, in academic google and in theses and dissertations banks. Seventeen reports were selected, which collectively show that in order to obtain effective learning, it is necessary to take into account the social, cultural and political context in which the students are inserted and their needs, to value previous knowledge, using diversified strategies that favor the student autonomy, interdisciplinarity, dialogue, interaction and critical reflection.

Author Biographies

Ana Carolina Bernardes Dulgheroff, Escola Técnica de Saúde, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brasil.

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Antunes Ferreira da Silva, Escola Técnica de Saúde de Cajazeiras, Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Cajazeiras, Paraíba, Brasil.

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