Building constructivist education networks in pharmaceutical deontology: Education and active devices in the art of teaching

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Active education methodologies supported by constructivist education approaches are important tools that enable to build individual and collective education networks. The objective of this article was to report the experience of using active learning methodologies and a webfolio with constructivist health education tools to assist teaching in Pharmaceutical Deontology. It is a teacher-student experience report of the Pharmacology course. The active methodologies were: Embracement: the diversity necklace; Deontocinephile: educational trip and constructivist education; “I want to look through your eyes”: Sharing perceived meanings; Mock ethical plenary: building a professional pharmaceutical ethics; Using conceptual maps. These learning devices helped materialize the content and develop competencies, being easier to understand the sanitary practices’ meaning and their applicability in professional life.

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Mattos, M. P., Campos, H. M. N., Queiroz, B. de F., Dos Santos, E. J., Cunha, R. da S. B., & Gomes, D. R. (2020). Building constructivist education networks in pharmaceutical deontology: Education and active devices in the art of teaching. Interface: Communication, Health, Education, 24, 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1590/Interface.190567

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