Actitudes del profesorado sobre la innovación con herramientas TIC multisensoriales en entornos inclusivos

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María Jiménez-Ruiz http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5961-2541 Alejandra Martínez-Monés http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3201-0345 Eva María Fernández-Faúndez http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6061-6163

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Existe evidencia de que el uso de juegos digitales basados en herramientas multisensoriales proporciona beneficios en diferentes dimensiones del aprendizaje del alumnado con necesidades educativas especiales. Sin embargo, el uso de estas herramientas en aulas de infantil y primaria para favorecer la inclusión de dicho alumnado no ha sido tratado en profundidad. El trabajo tiene como objetivo analizar de qué modo la participación de un grupo de docentes en un programa de desarrollo profesional centrado en la integración en el aula de juegos basados en tecnologías multisensoriales, contribuyó a hacer evolucionar sus actitudes sobre la adopción de estas tecnologías en contextos escolares desde una perspectiva inclusiva. En esta investigación se ha empleado un método mixto con estrategia secuencial explicativa. Las técnicas e instrumentos empleados, entrevistas y cuestionarios, nos han permitido recabar datos sobre la evolución de las preocupaciones docentes tras la formación recibida en el marco del Proyecto Europeo INTELed. Los resultados muestran que los docentes otorgaron gran valor a las colaboraciones surgidas en el proyecto, y experimentaron una evolución hacia mayores grados de preocupación en relación con la sostenibilidad y la transferencia de este tipo de innovaciones en el aula.

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