A new look at the cell phone in the classroom

  • Maria das Graças de Souza Universidad Autonôma de Asunción
  • Daniel González González University of Granada
Palavras-chave: Cellphone, Student, Technology, Learning, Classroom


With the passing of the years, behavioural changes took place in society, caused by the great place in society, caused by the great technological advances reflected in the educational field. Impact felt by educators of the Municipal School Major João Novaes in Floresta – Pernambuco- Brazil. As a result of this work directed to the students of the 3rd and 4th phase of the problematic of the youth and adult classes. With the problematic of the cell phone in the classroom. Represented by the theme: Cellular Partner the Classroom. Having questions like: - Ho to make the student’s cell phone partner in the classroom? – Does the use of the cell phone in the classroom hinder the teaching- learning process, or does it generate opportunities for the construction of new knowledge? The research was developed relating theory/practice, as recommended by Paulo Freire. Instruments used, questionnaire/interview were validated by Brazilian educational doctors. The research was developed in a qualitative way, proceeding in a case study by exploratory segment. Complete with a practical-pedagogical work, making use of interdisciplinary.


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DE SOUZA, M. DAS G.; GONZÁLEZ, D. G. A new look at the cell phone in the classroom. Internacional Multidisciplinary Journal of the Brazil , v. 3, n. 1, p. 17 - 24, 8 maio 2020.