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Praxis Educativa ; 15, 2020.
Article in Portuguese | Scopus | ID: covidwho-902830

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With the Covid-19 pandemic, distance education was the main way to maintain teaching continuity. However, this rapid and unforeseen emigration to virtual environments revealed a set of adaptation challenges that question the preparation of schools to adhere to this teaching modality. Focusing on the perspectives of Portuguese teachers about their online teaching experiences, this article explores the challenges experienced by these professionals. Methodologically, it is supported by the realization of 5 focus groups online via Zoom (N = 32). As a result, it was identified 4 types of challenges: communication (digital monologues and psychological exhaustion), pedagogical (lack of skills, evaluation/overload of work and the impossibility of practical classes), social (incompatibilities with personal life and conflict management) and technological (lack of resources and technophobia). © 2020 Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa, Editora. All rights reserved.

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Ahmadpoor, P, Rostaing, L., Why the immune system fails to mount an adaptive immune response to a COVID-19 infection (2020) Transpl Int, 33 (7), pp. 824-825 ; Inflammation Pandemic Physical exercise SARS-CoV-2;Terra, R, Alves, PJ, Silva, SA, Salermo, VP, Dutra, PM., Exercise improves the Th1 response by modulating cytokine and NO production in BALB/c mice (2013) Int J Sports Med, 34 (7), pp. 661-6662020(Terra, R, Alves, PJ, Lima, AK, Gomes, SM, Rodrigues, LS, Salerno, VP, Immunomodulation from moderate exercise promotes control of experimental cutaneous leishmaniasis (2019) Front Cell Infect Microbiol, 9, p. 115)(Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte): Lee, IM, Shiroma, EJ, Lobelo, F, Puska, P, Blair, SN, Katzmarzyk, PT, Effect of physical inactivity on major non-communicable diseases worldwide: an analysis of burden of disease and life expectancy (2012) Lancet, 380 (9838), pp. 219-229, Shearer, GM., Th1/Th2 changes in aging (1997) Mech Ageing Dev, 94 (1-3), pp. 1-5
Article in Simpson RJ campbell ja Gleeson M Krüde K Niezh DC Pyne DB can exercise affect immune function to increase susceptibility to infection? (2020) Exerc Immunorl Rev 26 pp. 8-22 | Scopus | ID: covidwho-877666

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Complications arising from COVID-19 reflect an abnormal immune response in people previously diagnosed with chronic, non-communicable diseases (NCD), such as cardiovascular, metabolic and pulmonary conditions. Physical inactivity is recognized as a condition that affects the development of chronic low-grade inflamma-tion, NCD, and susceptibility to cell infections. Anxiety and mental stress, poor nutritional status, drug use and circadian rhythm disturbances can further aggravate the harm caused by physical inactivity. Therefore, the purpose of the review is to invite health professionals, their respective regulatory boards, universities, research promotion foundations, media, political authorities and lay citizens to raise awareness of immunity and health in the medium-to long-term control of the current pandemic. Level of evidence V;Expert opinion. © 2020, Redprint Editora Ltda. All rights reserved.

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