3D Technology for Children in Disadvantage Situations

Margarida Pocinho, Soraia Garcês, Noemi Serrano-Diaz, Marzanna Farnicka

Resumen


The world is under a process of globalization that implies an increase need of adaptation and ‘survival’. Pre-school education as a setting that prepares children for their future needs to be side by side with it. Children in poverty lack many times opportunities to be in the centre of this development. Dream Makers project is a longitudinal study that aims to help pre-school children in disadvantage develop their creative, cognitive and technological skills. Through a social sciences methodology 3D technology is introduced. The ultimately goal is to develop a new model for curriculum education while promoting inclusion. Practical implications are discussed.


Palabras clave


3D technology; creativity; multiple intelligences; dream makers

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/reipe.2017.0.13.3063

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Esta revista es continuación de: Revista Galego-Portuguesa de Psicoloxía e Educación (años 1997-2013) - ISSN: 1138-1663.