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Motricidade ; 18(2), 2022.
Article in Portuguese | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1988397


The objective of the study was to create an assistance protocol for the public, specific for Physical Education (PE) professionals, in the context of COVID-19. The present study had a qualitative approach, delineated by documental and bibliographic analysis of the documents available on the websites of the Health Professional Councils. Thus, a protocol was elaborated consisting of two types of professional activity, of a general domain, which reinforces actions already presented by other studies, and of a specific domain, which presents new guidelines for PE professionals. Furthermore, this protocol classified the work of these professionals into three situations, namely: constant physical contact, transitory physical contact, and improbable physical contact. Up to the present moment, specifications of Personal Protective Equipment for PE professionals focused on clothing, client contact and exercise intensity have not been verified, except for the general work environment. Therefore, it is expected that the current study contributes to the health and safety of PE professionals in this pandemic context. © 2022 University of Beira Interior. All rights reserved.

HUMANIDADES & INOVACAO ; 9(5):309-317, 2022.
Article in Portuguese | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1965326


This article consists of the experience report of a kindergarten teacher working in a municipal public school located in the interior of the state of Sao Paulo. This study aimed to present the strategies used to maintain the bond with the children and the ways to elaborate the activities in this period of non-presential classes, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. For this, a descriptive study of an experience lived in a class of children between four and five years of age was carried out. It was noted that teachers had to reinvent themselves, overcome technological difficulties, research other types of activities, exchange information and share tasks with peers in order to make remote teaching more attractive and accessible to young children.