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ICT AND CONCRETE OBJECTS IN SCHOOL Adriana Torres Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: Practical experiences in primary school Projects gathering ITC to low-technology Empower concrete material experiences Depth, wide and focus ABSTRACT
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: Study Rio de Janeiro city: History and geography 9 – 10 year old students Maps, legends, relief, transportation CITY MAPS Nature and occupation
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: CITY MAPS www.wikimapia.org
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: 3D model in soft foam Insert picture of kids cutting slices and creating model CITY MAPS CONCRETE OBJECT
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: CITY MAPS NEW LEARNING OBJECT Projection over concrete model
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: CITY MAPS KIDS AND PARENTS INTERACTION Locating places on the model and leaving comment
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: GEOMETRIC OPERATION rotation, simetry, translation 6 – 9 year old students Eschers tesselation
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: GEOMETRIC OPERATION RESEACH AND APRECIATE
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: GEOMETRIC OPERATION PLAY Computer puzzles
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: GEOMETRIC OPERATION ANALYSE Replace those pieces of animation by the complete one.
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: GEOMETRIC OPERATION INTERACT AND UNDERSTAND Concrete and virtual lizard machines Link to game
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: GEOMETRIC OPERATION EXPERIMENT Coloring sheets to build collective classroom walls Computer tesselation creator
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: POINTS OF VIEW 7-8 years old students Understand different points of view Concrete objects and representation Building games
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: POINTS OF VIEW BUILD AND PLAY Choose better images
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: POINTS OF VIEW IDENTICAL TWINS Using an observing box to recreate a construction on the outside.
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: POINTS OF VIEW EXTENDED EXPERIENCE ICT Games and document camera images
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: POINTS OF VIEW DIFFICULT CHALLENGES Computer games can increase challenges and offer a wide range of experiences
PARA PENSAR, ENQUANTO SE PLANEJA: New learning objects Combining the best of concrete objects and ICT. Hard core concepts made interactive. CONCLUSION
ICT AND CONCRETE OBJECTS IN SCHOOL Adriana Torres Rio de Janeiro, Brazil email@example.com
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