Acquiring Knowledge the Quilombola Territory of the Jambuaçu River through the Games

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https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol9.iss4.3022

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mobile game, education, quilombola, interaction

Abstract

This game aims to become a didactic-pedagogical tool to facilitate the interaction and transmission of history, culture and some traditional knowledge of quilombola community living in the Quilombola Territory of the Jambuaçu River, located in the municipality of Mojú, state of Pará, to be applied to the students of the local schools and students of the School of Application of the Federal University of Pará. It also aims to boost the interaction between these different worldviews, through the joint elaboration between quilombola researchers, community members of the Quilombola Territory of the Jambuaçu River and the others researchers

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Author Biographies

Jasmine Priscyla Leite de Araújo, Federal University of Para

Telecommunication and Computation Laboratory

Ana Carolina Monteiro dos Santos de Alcântara, Federal University of Para

Psychology Post-Graduate Program

Fabrício José Brito Barros, Federal University of Para

Telecommunication and Computation Laboratory

Gervásio Protásio dos Santos Cavalcante, Federal University of Para

Telecommunication and Computation Laboratory

Bruno Souza Lyra Castro, Federal University of Para

Telecommunication and Computation Laboratory

Miércio Cardoso de Alcântara Neto, Federal University of Para

Telecommunication and Computation Laboratory

Arthur Tavares Nunes, Federal University of Para

Mechanical Engineering

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Published

2021-04-01
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DOI: 10.31686/ijier.vol9.iss4.3022

How to Cite

Araújo, J. P. L. de, Alcântara, A. C. M. dos S. de, Barros, F. J. B., Cavalcante, G. P. dos S., Castro, B. S. L., Neto, M. C. de A., & Nunes, A. T. (2021). Acquiring Knowledge the Quilombola Territory of the Jambuaçu River through the Games. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 9(4), 74–80. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol9.iss4.3022
Received 2021-02-27
Accepted 2021-03-21
Published 2021-04-01

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