THE REMOTE SENSING AS A TEACHING TOOL AT THE INSTITUTE FEDERAL FARROUPILHA CAMPUS JAGUARI - RS
Keywords:Ensino Técnico, Sensoriamento Remoto, Educação
This study addresses the integration and use of technology in professional and technological education level, with emphasis on remote sensing tools. The overall objective of the research was to conduct a diagnosis of the use of Remote Sensing technology, technical education, with technical courses in Agriculture, Information Technology, Sales, Agribusiness and Administration courses offered by these Instituto Federal Farroupilha Campus Jaguari RS. Methodologically the study started with literature search to identify work already developed on Remote Sensing in Vocational and Technical Education; after the field research and the audience were chosen, we applied a questionnaire consisting of two parts, the first part in order to identify and the second theoretical part, with questions specific knowledge about Remote Sensing. The next step was to organize the data collected, confection tables and graphs; from these data, we proceeded to an argumentative analysis, some of the results showed that most students is the Technical Course in Management, female and living in the city of Jaguari-RS. Approximately half of the sample says he never heard of SR, but claim to have interest in this matter and believe that the SR can be connected in some way with its technical course, thus highlighting the importance of working together with students and teachers, aimed at addressing the concepts and theories of SR as the reality of each course.
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