Aprendizagem e Procrastinação: Uma Revisão de Publicações no Período 2005-2015

Rony Rodrigues Correia, Pedro Jácome de Moura

Resumen


Aprendizagem e procrastinação são dois fenômenos inter-relacionados. Além disso, tanto aprendizagem quanto procrastinação parecem impactar todas as esferas da vida social moderna. O objetivo deste artigo é identificar evidências científicas do período 2005 a 2015 sobre as relações conceituais entre os dois fenômenos. Por meio de revisão sistemática da literatura é possível identificar três categorias de conceitos centrais envolvendo esses dois construtos (autoeficácia, autorregulação e o papel das emoções e dos valores do indivíduo), além do uso de ferramentas para redução da procrastinação no ambiente da aprendizagem. O artigo apresenta uma síntese das proposições elaboradas nos estudos prévios levantados sobre as relações dessas categorias com a aprendizagem e a procrastinação. Para auxiliar na apreensão das proposições apresentadas, é elaborado um mapa conceitual das relações entre os conceitos investigados pela revisão. Conclui-se que há viés epistemológico nas visões sobre os dois fenômenos, sugerindo a oportunidade de exploração do tema por meio de novas abordagens.


Palabras clave


Aprendizagem; Revisão; Eficácia; Reguladora; Autonomia educativa.

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