Objeto Virtual de Aprendizaje, un Instrumento de Apoyo en la Educación para Niños con Discapacidad

Translated title of the contribution: Virtual Learning Object, an Educational Support Instrument for Children with Disabilities

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Abstract

In the present investigation, the application of a virtual learning object to students with multiple disabilities was carried out, with the aim of strengthening meaningful learning in children. Through the exploration of the theoretical and methodological references, the EICIE methodology was considered, which is composed of a set of computer applications that serve to carry out various types of educational activities such as: puzzles, memory games, simple and complex associations. , operations of addition, subtraction and information screens, which motivated the student's participation in learning, through playful activities. A descriptive, analytical and longitudinal study was carried out, while the techniques used were observation and survey. An analysis of the difference between the means obtained in the different activities carried out before and after the application of a virtual learning object was applied to evaluate the impact achieved by implementing the digital notebook. The research was carried out with the participation of 8 students who presented a multiple disability with similar characteristics, with an average between 10 and 12 years. The results established that there was an improvement in the performance of the students after the use of the application in approximately 86.66%.
Translated title of the contributionVirtual Learning Object, an Educational Support Instrument for Children with Disabilities
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Pages (from-to)537-551
JournalUNIANDES Episteme
Volume8
Issue number8
StatePublished - 31 Oct 2021

Keywords

  • Virtual learning object
  • Mathematics
  • Special education

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 111A Education

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