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The construction of number concept in the perspective of a student inclusion with jacobsen syndrome

Colling, Ana Paula; Geller, Marlise (2016). The construction of number concept in the perspective of a student inclusion with jacobsen syndrome. Acta Scientiae. Revista de Ensino de Ciências e Matemática, 18(3), pp. 649-666 .

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This article is an excerpt of the Doctoral thesis in progress, in the Graduate Program in Science and Mathematics Teaching (PPGECIM) ULBRA Canoas/Brazil, in order to investigate educational interventions that can be used with a student with Jacobsen Syndrome in order to build concepts and develop their potential as learning Math. The purpose is to understand the student math learning processes, the central research participant, diagnosed with Jacobsen Syndrome, a rare syndrome, and limitations in learning. The research methodology consists of a case study performed with monitoring the student trajectory, from regular school to special school. In this article, we present a discussion of the data obtained from the analysis of the objectives and descriptive opinions of the fourth year, as well as data on the survey and activities in the first trimester of the Primary School fifth year, aiming the construction of the number concept by the student. However, we conclude that the student failed to relate the number symbol with the number shown without the teacher and assistant mediation with concentration difficulties in carrying out the proposed activities, so that they are taken up constantly in other classes.

Tipo de Registro:Artículo
Términos clave:01. Sistema educativo > Documentos curriculares
07. Enseñanza > Planificación del profesor > Metodología de enseñanza > Metodología de trabajo en el aula
13. Matemáticas escolares > Números > Conceptos prenuméricos
04. Alumno > Necesidades especiales > Otro (necesidades especiales)
Nivel Educativo:Estudios de posgrado
Educación Primaria (7-12 años)
Código ID:28317
Depositado Por:Monitor Funes 2
Depositado En:17 Jun 2022 13:56
Fecha de Modificación Más Reciente:05 Jul 2022 15:49

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