This paper problematizes the pedagogical experience in the Physical Education teacher education in remote teaching from the perspective of a teacher in assisted teaching. Narrative studies inspire the text and, in a qualitative approach, focus on the content narrated by the teacher in assisted teaching about the experience in the 2020.2 term. The experience both problematizes (1) the power of writing as an expression technology with a recursive dimension in collaborative learning and (2) the productive impulse of digital pedagogical artifacts as a symptom of anxiety to restore in-person activities. The problematization by critical commentator's collaborative posture points to the growth of the neophyte teacher and students, even considering the limits imposed by the pandemic.
Physical Education; Emergency remote teaching; Technology; Pandemic