Rumo a um framework de ensino baseado em recursos audiovisuais para auxiliar o desenvolvimento de crianças autistas

  • Rafael Moura Toscano Universidade Federal da Paraíba
  • Valdecir Becker Universidade Federal da Paraíba

Resumen

La tecnología proporciona a los profesores y terapeutas una infinidad de recursos para proporcionar orientaciones y apoyo instructivo al desarrollo de nuevas competencias y habilidades. Esta realidad evidencia un escenario de conceptos de medios, interacción y aprendizaje complejo, que actualmente no está amparado por modelos teórico-metodológicos tradicionales de la comunicación, computación y pedagogía. En esta temática, este trabajo propone un arreglo teórico hacia la creación de un marco de interacciones para la descripción, planificación y producción de sistemas para la enseñanza de competencias y habilidades a los portadores de TEA. El marco conceptual propuesto surge de la integración teórica del Diseño Audiovisual a los estudios de la taxonomía de Objetivos Educacionales. En el aporte teórico, una revisión del estado del arte revela la naturaleza compartida de medios, entre el niño autista, familiares, profesionales clínicos y educacionales, además de cuatro etapas de interacción. De esta forma, la investigación contribuye a estrategias de enseñanza que integran niveles de interacción a partir de dominios cognitivos, afectivos y psicomotores, que impactan la generación de contenidos y sistemas adaptativos a las necesidades de la persona con el TEA.

Biografía del autor/a

Rafael Moura Toscano, Universidade Federal da Paraíba

Doutor em Ciências, professor dos Programas de Pós-graduação em Jornalismo (PPJ) e Computação, Comunicação e Artes (PPGCCA), da UFPB, além de coordenador do grupo Design Audiovisual (CI-UFPB).

Valdecir Becker, Universidade Federal da Paraíba

Mestrando no programa de Pós Graduação em Computação, Comunicação e Artes da UFPB. Atua junto ao grupo de pesquisa Design Audiovisual (CI-UFPB).

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2019-07-11
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Toscano, R., & Becker, V. (2019). Rumo a um framework de ensino baseado em recursos audiovisuais para auxiliar o desenvolvimento de crianças autistas. Revista Iberoamericana De Tecnología En Educación Y Educación En Tecnología, (23), e09. https://doi.org/10.24215/18509959.23.e09
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