Pamela de Bortoli Machado, University of São Paulo, Brazil
The remote environment and its implications concerning digital technologies have gained importance since 2020, when many teaching-learning contexts migrated from the face-to-face scenario. This article brings the first impressions and experiences of an Edtech in São Paulo, from the perspective of teachers and students after this abrupt movement, outlining the panorama that involves the remote environment and the digital technologies that permeate it. And, just as there are its reverberations as an ecosystem of teaching and learning, to verify which are the difficulties pointed out so that this environment can be enjoyed as one.
Skills, Journey, Remote, Technologies, Learning.