Habilitation for autism spectrum disorder through ict: Case study-sara
Keywords:Learning, Educational Needs, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ICT
This study aims to interpret the role of information and communication technology (ICT) in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It is a case study oriented to Sara, a preschool student, who was inquired about her particular learning needs. The study addressed four categories of study: motor-physical disability, cognitive disability, and socioemotional disability, and presented specific characteristics of autism spectrum disorder requiring the development of a personalized learning process. Concerning the research method, the study was conducted from a qualitative approach, with a descriptive scope and case study design. Furthermore, systematic records were made from the participatory observation method to determine the student's features. Based on this, digital resources were selected to strengthen her learning process. It was identified that the use of ICT with students diagnosed with ASD contributed to the development of cognitive, motor, psychic and sensory skills and allowed them to have a better quality of life by strengthening cognitive processes and learning.
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