ADACOF: An educational approach based on ICT digital learning code joint phonetic children with disabilities

Cristian Timbi-Sisalima, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Edisson Guiñansaca-Zhagüi, Marco Capón-Albarracín, Gladys Ochoa-Arévalo

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© 2015, (publisher). All rights reserved. This paper presents a new approach to provide support in learning the phonetic code (language therapy) using support from ICT (mobile technologies). Our proposal can be used in therapy sessions with children with speech disorders and/or associated pathologies (brain paralysis, autism, etcetera), or as a tool to help treat speech production difficulties in children in regular schools. Spontaneous and repetitive pronunciation tests were used to determine the children’s pronunciation difficulties and the recording of activity tasks, the creation of individual reports and the generation of work plans were automated for this same purpose. Tests were applied to 32 children with a variety of disorders, attending special education centers in Cuenca- Ecuador in order to analyze the potential of this type of support tool.
Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)187-202
Número de páginas16
PublicaciónPerfiles Educativos
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2015

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