As dificuldades dos licenciandos para permanência no curso de Licenciatura em Informática do IFRN campus Natal - Zona Norte
Silva, Iuri Bezerra da
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This monograph brings the discussion about the difficulties of undergraduates to stay at IFRN Computer Science Degree course at Natal-Zona campus North. From the observation of the high dropout rate and the delay to the At the conclusion of the course in question, the impasses setbacks for students - for example, which subjects cause the most discontent between them. These problems were noted in part to be certain obstacles in primary and secondary education, and in the light of In this scenario, the strategies adopted by minimize the learning problems of undergraduates, and thinking about the autonomy of the learner, what attitudes students took to assist them in learning content in the subjects and thus avoiding disapproval. The studies were based on research in books, articles and theses, added by the analysis of empirical data, obtained through the application of questionnaire conducted in person with the students from the 4th to the 8th period and with the teachers. In addition, in order to achieve a wider range of responses, same questions were made available in a shared online form via Whatsapp and email to IFRN campus Natal students, alumni and teachers North Zone. With the information collected, we identified the obstacles that provoke difficulties, which disciplines are considered more difficult and the actions teachers and students in order to minimize learning problems of the contents. In addition, suggestions for teaching techniques were learning to facilitate undergraduate learning. It is concluded with this various difficulties are encountered in entering higher education and when enrolled, many other issues arise. However, the IFRN is free competition and who gets the grade and prerequisites equals. Thus, it is especially for the students, who are the most interested and benefited from your qualification, the effort to minimize these gaps elementary and high school students.