O papel do professor na percepção dos alunos de Odontologia: impacto do ensino de graduação baseado na comunidade

  • Carol Grenge Frazille
  • João Pedro Justino de Oliveira Limírio
  • Angelo Camargo Dalben
  • Maria Isabel Rosifini Alves Rezende
  • Maria Cristina Rosifini Alves Rezende

Resumo

O curso de graduação em Odontologia não pode se apartar de seu papel social formador e transformador na construção de um profissional cidadão, reflexivo e que transforme a sua realidade em função das demandas da sociedade. O ensino de graduação que permeie a educação com base na comunidade pode se consubstanciar como ferramenta essencial na construção do olhar sociocomportamental em estudantes universitários, na medida em que promovam a compreensão dos fatores que afetam o bem estar e a qualidade de vida dos indivíduos no cotidiano, tendo o corpo docente como construtor de conhecimentos e fundamentos, gestor de ações planejadas, metódicas e realizadas com determinado objetivo, recriando e superando os modelos de ensino/aprendizagem. A Organização Mundial de Saúde (OMS) recomenda que os currículos de graduação em saúde comportem estratégias pedagógicas capazes de levar à formação de profissionais sensíveis aos problemas de sua comunidade, preparados para a prestação de cuidados em todos os níveis de serviços de saúde. Neste contexto, o propósito deste trabalho foi analisar o papel do professor na percepção dos alunos de Odontologia considerando o impacto do ensino de graduação baseado na comunidade.

Descritores: Aprendizagem; Docentes; Estudantes; Percepção; Universidades; Relações Comunidade-Instituição.

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2020-08-13
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Frazille, C. G., Limírio, J. P. J. de O., Dalben, A. C., Alves Rezende, M. I. R., & Alves Rezende, M. C. R. (2020). O papel do professor na percepção dos alunos de Odontologia: impacto do ensino de graduação baseado na comunidade. ARCHIVES OF HEALTH INVESTIGATION, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.21270/archi.v9i2.5141
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