Quality Assessment of Human Anatomy Websites for High School Students: a Reflection in the Teaching Practice

Thaynan Escarião Nóbrega, Dayanne Melquíades Pereira, Maria Katia Cordeiro da Silva, Lorena de Sousa Silva, Marco Antonio Dias da Silva, Andresa Costa Pereira

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The internet is a study tool for high school students, however, its content can be disqualified. The aim of this study was to evaluate the reliability, interactivity and use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) by human anatomy websites focused on high school. Ten independent searches were performed on Google® using keywords related to the organic systems. Out of one hundred web links (first ten resulted from each system), only the websites containing information for high school (56%) were analysed. Most of them had good interactivity, however, low reliability and scarcity of ICT tools. The websites “Toda Matéria” and “Só Biologia” were highly punctuated according to the previous criteria. It was concluded that the student has difficulty in finding a reliable human anatomy website focused on high school. It is important a conjunct action of teachers, school and government to improve the use of technology and enhance the Brazilian high school.


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Human Body; Human Anatomy; High School; ICT; Internet

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17648/acta.scientiae.v21iss4id5021

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Direitos autorais 2019 Thaynan Escarião Nóbrega, Dayanne Melquíades Pereira, Maria Katia Cordeiro da Silva, Lorena de Sousa Silva, Marco Antonio Dias da Silva, Andresa Costa Pereira

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