Uso de Mesa Tangível na Educação Inclusiva

  • Evandro Preuss Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1443-710X
  • Martha Barcellos Vieira UFRGS
  • Katia Soares Coutinho UFRGS
  • Renato Ventura Bayan Henriques UFRGS
  • Sandra Baldassarri CPS University of Zaragoza

Resumo


Mesas tangíveis podem ser utilizadas para fins educacionais com consideráveis vantagens, especialmente quando envolve crianças com deficiência intelectual ou autismo. Os principais problemas para sua utilização no ambiente educacional são a falta de equipamentos e softwares e a dificuldade de criação de recursos tangíveis, principalmente por professores que não dominam a lógica da programação. Este trabalho apresenta uma proposta de uso de mesa tangível de baixo custo na educação inclusiva, envolvendo uma especificação para construção da mesa tangível, um software para criação das atividades pelos próprios professores e os aspectos relacionados à formação de professores para a utilização desta tecnologia.
Palavras-chave: mesa tangível, educação inclusiva, recursos educacionais, editor

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PREUSS, Evandro; VIEIRA, Martha Barcellos; COUTINHO, Katia Soares; HENRIQUES, Renato Ventura Bayan; BALDASSARRI, Sandra. Uso de Mesa Tangível na Educação Inclusiva. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE INFORMÁTICA NA EDUCAÇÃO, 31. , 2020, Online. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2020 . p. 742-751. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5753/cbie.sbie.2020.742.