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1. Elaboración de Material Didáctico en Lengua de Signos para la Docencia Universitaria. Una propuesta metodológica. - Viera-Santana, José Guillermo; Rodríguez-Esparragón, Dionisio; Hernández-Haddad, Juan C.; Medina Molina, Manuel; Castillo-Ortiz, Jesús

[ES] Las personas que padecen discapacidad auditiva encuentran dificultades para el acceso a la información y la comunicación en los lugares públicos. De acuerdo con esta realidad se plantea la posibilidad de disponer de una herramienta alternativa de comunicación basado en la lengua de signos española (LSE), que contribuya a superar la barrera que encuentran los estudiantes que presentan esta discapacidad. En la LEY 27/2007, se reconocen las lenguas de signos españolas y se regulan los medios de apoyo a la comunicación oral de las personas sordas, con discapacidad auditiva y sordociegas, determina los derechos de las personas a decidir...

2. El diseño instruccional en la expresión gráfica arquitectónica - Gispert Irigoyen, Gustavo de
Instructional design in architectural graphic expresion In this paper we search criteria used, and how to improve them, in the instructional design oriented to graphic expression subjects in technical careers. For this, two cases are studied known by the author, in the first and third course level. The characteristics of these courses are set and framed within a theoretical context to be studied, all behaviorist, cognitivist and constructivist linked to quasi connectivist theoretical criteria in a collaborative, reflexive and supported use of ICT. This design is basically ADDIE, with a clear focus on the student tasks and studie of cases,...

3. Learning mathematics on the Internet - Barry Kissane
Abstract: The Internet offers new opportunities for school students to learn mathematics. This paper analyses these opportunities, based on presently available web sites that do not involve subscriptions by users. A typology of six different sorts of opportunities is described, justified and exemplified: (i) Interactive opportunities allow students to interact directly with mathematical objects; (ii) Reading interesting materials allows supplementation of available textual resources; (iii) Reference materials provide more extensive and accessible sources than usually available to students; (iv) Communication permits students to communicate with other students or with teachers about mathematics across existing barriers; (v) Problem solving opportunities are...

4. Desafíos de la inter y la transdisciplinariedad para la Universidad en Colombia - Castro Gómez, Santiago
Conferencia dictada en la Universidad del Valle, el 2 de noviembre de 2010.Fuente de esta versión en CASTRO GÓMEZ, Santiago (2011). “Desafíos de la inter y la transdisciplinariedad para la Universidad en Colombia”. En: Pedagogía y saberes, No. 35, pp.45-52. Bogotá D.C.: Universidad Pedagógica Nacional.

5. Un projet Jeu sérieux pour approfondir l'apprentissage de la programmation en première année à l'université - Delozanne, Élisabeth; Jarraud, Pierre; Muratet, Mathieu
Cet article décrit l'utilisation du jeu sérieux "ProgAndPlay" comme support pour un projet de programmation en C dans le cadre d'une UE transversale en première année à l'Université Pierre et Marie Curie. Il s'agit du compte-rendu d'une pratique que nous estimons positive et qui montre comment nous avons intégré un outil issu de la recherche comme support à une pédagogie de projet sur un thème plébiscité par les jeunes : un jeu vidéo.

6. Contribution à la pédagogie par projet : retour d'expérience en conception de systèmes mécatroniques à l'ENS Rennes - Grenier, Damien; Kerbrat, Olivier; Le Bourhis, Florent; Pontonnier, Charles
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7. POWER AND POVERTY – WHOSE, WHERE, AND WHY?: SCHOOL MATHEMATICS, CONTEXT AND THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF “DISADVANTAGE” - Dalene M. Swanson
This paper compares the discourse and practice of school mathematics in two socio-economically different school contexts in post-apartheid South Africa. It addresses the relationship between constructed “difference ” and “pedagogized disadvantage.” In other terms, it looks at the way in which certain students, spoken-of in terms of “deficit ” and “disadvantage”, are afforded differentiated school mathematics discourse that situates them in terms of “failure”. Consequently, these socially constructed students are not provided with access to pedagogic or socio-economic empowerment. The paper examines the role of social context in the elaboration of social difference discourses and their recontextualization into mathematics in...

8. OC09058/OC09059 – Instructional pedagogies - Tarek Buhagiar; Robert Potter
A comparison of student achievement in Eco 3401 (Quantitative Business Tools I) delivered through video streaming versus face-to-face lecture

9. Connection levers: Supports for building teachers’ confidence and commitment to teach mathematics and statistics through inquiry - Katie Makar
Gaps between teaching practices and research recommendations have been well documented. One challenge for research is in understanding the processes and systems that promote a bridging of these gaps. A year-long study with four primary teachers documented ten support mechanisms, or connection levers, that the teachers raised as important for building their expertise, commitment, and confidence in teaching mathematics and statistics through an inquiry-based approach. Their words provide insight into how support helps teachers to take on and commit to innovative practices. For decades, teachers have been both the vehicle and target of school reform (Wilson & Berne, 1999), yet...

10. QUAND LES TECHNOLOGIES PROPULSENT LA PEDAGOGIE DE L'APPRENTISSAGE ET LA FORMATION PEDAGOGIQUE DES ENSEIGNANTS - M. Lebrun
Dans le domaine des technologies éducatives, nous souhaitons étayer l’hypothèse suivante: si généralement, on attribue le fait d’apprendre aux étudiants, il est aussi vrai que les enseignants apprennent, que les sociétés apprennent. La cohérence et la préoccupation de ces différents niveaux (étudiants, enseignants, institutions) autour de la question de l’apprentissage peuvent, selon nous, être considérées comme un guide et comme un signe d’une éducation de qualité. Dans ce cas, les modèles généraux de l’apprentissage et du développement de dispositifs pédagogiques peuvent être interrogés afin d’élaborer de nouveaux usages et de nouvelles méthodes d’enseignement et de formation des enseignants, pour promouvoir...

11. Musique Lab 2 - Un environnement d'aide à la pédagogie musicale - Guédy, Fabrice; Bresson, Jean; Assayag, Gérard
cote interne IRCAM: Guedy07a

12. Enseñanza de la parasitología veterinaria a partir del uso de organismos vivos y tecnologías de la información y de la comunicación (TIC) - Benavides Ortiz, Efraín
Parasites are organisms that live inside other living organisms or on them to get nutrients without providing any compensation in return. In medical and veterinary science, generally, only eukaryotes to metazoans are accepted as a “parasite”, that is, protzoa, helminths and arthropods. Some include arthropod-borne bacteria, the rickettsia. The teaching of this discipline has emphasized on the taxonomic components of organisms and has neglected aspects of understanding of the relation host-parasite, the comprehension of ecological interactions and wild cycles, co-evolution in the niches that support the possible selection of resistant animals to parasites and the arguments regarding population genetics, which...

13. Aplicando metodologías feministas para analizar la creación: propuestas en educación artística desde la experiencia de las mujeres. - López Fernández-Cao, Marián
Desde el año 2005, y a partir de un proyecto I+D que trataba de indagar sobre la construcción de identidades desde el punto de vista de género en los más pequeños a través de la actividad artística, desarrollamos una metodología educativa que, a través de la investigación-acción y el método comparativo constante de la investigación fundamentada de Glasser y Strauss, nos permitió ir revisando y ampliando nuestras acciones en el ámbito educativo tanto formal como no formal. Comenzamos utilizando una metodología basada en la pedagogía crítica que tomaba al objeto cultural como eje de acción educativa y aunaba conocimiento histórico,...

14. Modèle de stage professionnel d' étudiants en pédagogie, selon des modalités de cours du soir, au Chili - Flores Buils, Raquel

15. La educación inclusiva: análisis de las expectativas de los profesores rusos y aspectos importantes en la formación de los docentes - Butenk, Andrey; Chistokhina, Anna
El artículo presenta un marco conceptual y un programa de reentrenamiento para el profesorado de educación primaria, que se centra en los conceptos básicos de la pedagogía inclusiva. Este programa de formación se desarrolla desde el enfoque de la actividad, el concepto de �práctica reflexiva�, teniendo en cuenta el principio de normalización de la vida de B. Nire.

16. Investigación artística y pedagogía del arte - Quintero Díaz, Aydel
Olhares rígidos em torno à relação arte e ciência, nascidas/fundidas/voltadas a nascer no lapso dos séculos XVIII e XX, trouxeram consigo o estabelecimento de absurdas dicotomias entre ambas formas da consciência social. As pesquisas artísticas com fins propriamente artísticos surgem de uma necessidade de desenvolvimento técnico levantada e identificada pela prática e pelo estado da linguagem artística de um período determinado. Cada pesquisa técnico-artística supõe uma metodologia específica e diferente para sua realização. A originalidade e a validação deste tipo de pesquisas evidenciamse, ante tudo, na qualidade do produto artístico obtido. A pesquisa artística com fins pedagógicos, por sua parte,...

17. O olhar do idoso sobre si e o imaginário social - Mateus, Maria N. E.
The approach to the subject, The look on the elderly themselves and the social imaginary, aims to analyze the perception of the elderly on their aging, through his eyes and the social imaginary. If the physiological functions can be retained or improved with age and with appropriate exercise, signs of aging are perceived differently by individuals , in varying combinations and different ages , giving the aging individual brand . There are several social constructions of old age that , in most cases , based on how the social imaginary of each building that vision and that , not being...

18. La pedagogía penitenciaria en España: luces y sombras - Lorenzo Moledo, María del Mar; Aroca Montolío, Concepción; Alba Robles, José Luis

19. Article Characterization of Human Genetics Courses for Nonbiology Majors in U.S. Colleges and Universities - Bethany Vice Bowling; Carl A. Huether; Jennifer A. Wagner
We characterized college human genetics courses for nonscience majors (NSM) by 1) determining the number of U.S. institutions offering courses and the number of students taking them; and 2) surveying course instructors on course demographics, content, materials, and pedagogies. Be-tween 2002 and 2004, an estimated 480 institutions of higher education (15.2%) offered a course: 8.4 % of 1667 associate colleges, 16.1 % of baccalaureate institutions, 25.3 % of master’s institutions, and 32.9 % of doctoral institutions. This indicates a need to increase access to genetics education in 2-yr colleges. Based on instructor responses, approximately 32,000–37,000 students annually complete an NSM...

20. 1 The Use of Tablet PCs in Early Mathematics Education - Daniel Petty; Ananda Gunawardena
The tablet PC provides many avenues to enhance education by allowing students to interact with “intelligent paper. ” Pen input may be particularly useful for younger students because of the similarities it bears to their normal workflow enhanced by the benefits of a digital environment. The Tablet Math System was developed in order to enhance children's learning of simple mathematics, decrease teacher grading workload and to enhance access to handwritten work so teachers can develop effective course pedagogies. This paper will focus on the deployment of the Tablet Math System at Glendale School district in rural Pennsylvania. The study consisted...

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