oalib

Publish in OALib Journal

ISSN: 2333-9721

APC: Only $99

Submit

Any time

2020 ( 6 )

2019 ( 27 )

2018 ( 26 )

2017 ( 27 )

Custom range...

Search Results: 1 - 10 of 16089 matches for " Cecília Guarnieri Batista "
All listed articles are free for downloading (OA Articles)
Page 1 /16089
Display every page Item
Imagens visuais como recursos pedagógicos na educa??o de uma adolescente surda: um estudo de caso
Nery, Clarisse Alabarce;Batista, Cecília Guarnieri;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2004000300005
Abstract: visual images have been adopted by reily as a pedagogical resource with deaf children. in the present study, this use was tested with a deaf teenager girl. the objective was to identify possible contributions of the use of visual images in her learning process. the study was conducted during the meetings with the pedagogue, at an institution for especial education. for the three meetings analyzed, visual images were systematically used (drawings, photos, pictures). the sessions were taped, transcribed and then analyzed. the results indicated the development of discursive practices with extended dialogues, that included descriptions, associations and inferences among the topics. the study confirmed previous data about the facilitating effect of visual images in the education of a deaf person. it brought forward the discussion about the difficulties of social inclusion of young deaf people.
Compreens?o da sexualidade por jovens com diagnóstico de deficiência intelectual
Morales, Aida Souza;Batista, Cecília Guarnieri;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722010000200005
Abstract: the study describes the comprehension of concepts about sexuality by youths diagnosed with intellectual deficiency, during classes on sexual education. the analysis of selected episodes from video transcriptions of five classes (human body, kiss, flirting, coitus, condom/std) showed: the appropriation and understanding of concepts, partial difficulties of comprehension, and inhibition. the analysis of the transcripts indicated that all students were attentive to the classes, participated in the proposed tasks, and answered the questions. the observed signs of inhibition and the expression of values were similar to those observed in other youngsters, indicating the appropriation of culturally established values. the obtained evidences contrast with mythical visions related to sexuality in these youngsters, and suggest more studies about their competences.
Media??o semiótica: estudo de caso de uma crian?a cega, com altera??es no desenvolvimento
Silva, Michelli Alessandra;Batista, Cecília Guarnieri;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722007000100019
Abstract: the case of a 4 year old congenitally blind child, with developmental alterations, was analyzed, according to assumptions of constitutive language (franchi, 1977) and semiotic mediation (rodríguez & moro, 1999). seven sessions of intervention were transcribed and analyzed, comprising a period of two years. the adaptation of the methodology of rodríguez & moro allowed the observation of the following aspects: the acquisition of use of objects (from less conventional uses to more conventional uses), the participation in play activities (eg: nursery rhymes) and the appearance of different modes of communication. different aspects of the adult-child interaction were given significance, expanding the scope of the original proposition in relation to the role of semiotic mediation. the implications of the study to the area of special education were discussed.
Indícios de desenvolvimento em crian?as com deficiência visual e problemas neurológicos
Silva, Michelli Alessandra;Batista, Cecília Guarnieri;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o Especial , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-65382011000300004
Abstract: studies on the development of children with visual impairment associated with other disabilities indicate risks for development. in the present study, three children with this profile (aged four to 10 years) were observed in social group contexts. the aim was to identify indications of development and examples of appropriation of social practices. in order to visualize those processes, the study focused on different uses of objects, participation in activities and language. a case study and microgenetic analysis were carried out. weekly sessions were filmed and transcribed; episodes were selected from the material that had been registered according to relevance related to the purpose of the study. the analysis showed the importance of signification processes for the constitution of subjects. the results were discussed in terms of implications for intervention programs.
Semiotic mediation: a case study of a blind child with developmental alterations / Media o semiótica: estudo de caso de uma crian a cega, com altera es no desenvolvimento
Michelli Alessandra Silva,Cecília Guarnieri Batista
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2007,
Abstract: The case of a 4 year old congenitally blind child, with developmental alterations, was analyzed, according to assumptions of constitutive language (Franchi, 1977) and semiotic mediation (Rodríguez & Moro, 1999). Seven sessions of intervention were transcribed and analyzed, comprising a period of two years. The adaptation of the methodology of Rodríguez & Moro allowed the observation of the following aspects: the acquisition of use of objects (from less conventional uses to more conventional uses), the participation in play activities (eg: nursery rhymes) and the appearance of different modes of communication. Different aspects of the adult-child interaction were given significance, expanding the scope of the original proposition in relation to the role of semiotic mediation. The implications of the study to the area of Special Education were discussed.
Resenha: del ritmo al símbolo. Los signos en el nacimiento de la inteligência. O novo livro de Cíntia Rodríguez
Cecília Guarnieri Batista,Ana Luiza Smolka
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2008,
Abstract:
Forma??o de conceitos por crian?as com necessidades especiais
Souza, Carolina Molina Lucenti de;Hueara, Luciana;Batista, Cecília Guarnieri;Laplane, Adriana Lia Frizsman de;
Psicologia em Estudo , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-73722010000300003
Abstract: processes of concept formation involve the establishment of relationships between daily and scientific concepts. adult mediation and the use of adapted pedagogical resources are seen as important contributors, especially in the case of children with special needs. the present study aimed at the observation and analysis of concept formation in a thematic project about "the human body", involving 7-12yr children, with diagnoses of low vision, most of them with other diagnoses of organic problems, and presenting school difficulties. the sessions were filmed, transcribed and analyzed. the analysis of episodes contributed to the understanding of the ways children construct connections between daily and scientific concepts and to the planning of pedagogical resources for children with visual impairments, and highlighted the importance of the group context for child development.
Colabora??o e participa??o de crian?as no atendimento fonoaudiológico
Nascimento,Camila Lima; Batista,Cecília Guarnieri; Rolim,Gustavo Sátollo; Moraes,Ant?nio Bento Alves de;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011001100022
Abstract: situations of non-cooperation/participation of the patient are detected in healthcare,. in many cases, it is impossible to complete the assessment procedures, and procedures of intervention may be prejudiced. this problem has been researched in some health areas, however there are few studies involving activities in speech therapy. the scope of this study was to conduct a survey of knowledge and strategies of speech therapists when faced with situations considered difficult in clinical practice with children. semi-structured interviews were staged with students and teachers of an undergraduate course in speech therapy at a brazilian public university, addressing problems encountered in caring for children 4 to 12-year-olds, as well as proposed solutions. analysis of content of the data involved the construction of a system of categories of reported and proposed strategies. the categories were compared with those obtained in an analogous survey (pediatric dental care) and the analysis highlighted specifics of care of each of the professions. the results contributed to the systematization of knowledge relating to collaboration/participation, and revealed the concern of the participants with the humanization of care.
Adapta??o de um questionário de autoconfian?a relacionado a situa??es-problema em Odontopediatria
Nascimento, Camila Lima;Batista, Cecília Guarnieri;Rolim, Gustavo Sattolo;Rocha, Renata Salvitti de Sá;Moraes, Antonio Bento Alves de;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722011000400015
Abstract: this work describes the adaptation of milgrom's questionnaire on self-confidence and ways of dealing with behavior problems faced during pediatric dental treatment. the adaptation of the instrument was approved by experts and was analyzed in terms of quantity, coherence and quality of responses. the results of this study suggest that the questionnaire can contribute to dentist's education.
O faz-de-conta em crian?as com deficiência visual: identificando habilidades
Hueara, Luciana;Souza, Carolina Molina Lucenti de;Batista, Cecília Guarnieri;Melga?o, Mariana Belloni;Tavares, Flávia da Silva;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o Especial , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-65382006000300005
Abstract: the aim of the present study was to describe some modalities of pretend play in visually impaired children during interactions in small groups. the project was developed with four children, aged 4-7 years, with a diagnosis of visual impairment (low vision or blindness), some of them with additional organic problems. most of them were enrolled in preschool; some of them presented developmental alterations and/or school difficulties. the study comprised six sessions (about 25 minutes each session) with two groups of children. the available toys were typical of pretend play activities (miniature kitchen and bedroom pieces, cars and dolls, etc). the sessions were taped, transcribed and analyzed. episodes which were representative of children's abilities were selected. analysis allowed for the identification of children's capacities such as: a) recognition of objects and construction of scenes; b) creation of narratives and episodes of pretend play; c) exploration of objects by a child who usually refused any kind of contact; d) joint construction of meanings. pretend play situations allowed the recognition of abilities which would normally remain unnoticed in daily or guided activities. peer interaction and a relatively free play situation, mediated by adults, promoted an environment that was favorable to multiple kinds of elaboration by the children. this proposal, which focused on the process of construction of knowledge and abilities, rather than characterizing the children as to their impairments, enabled the description and enhanced their development.
Page 1 /16089
Display every page Item


Home
Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.