Educational objectives for students with autistic spectrum disorder: teaching activity in Vasily Vasilovich Davidov
Keywords:Historical-Cultural perspective, Educational practices, Developmental Education, Autistic Spectrum Disorder
This study focuses on the theme of the human constitution through the Teaching Activity. Its objective is to reflect on the formative processes that a professor-researcher has constituted (in the course of the research). This is a clipping of an academic masters research, which focused on the pedagogical practice developed with a student with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The situation in scope is the movement of (re) elaboration of the teaching activities planned by the teacher-researcher for the student. The study is configured as research of the practice itself. The theoretical reference is that of the historical-cultural perspective, focusing on the theories of Davidov's study and developmental activity. The analysis of the episodes shows the interaction between student and teacher-researcher, which was made possible by the change in the teaching plan, due to the teacher's developmental trajectory, which made it possible to move to new classroom organizations and to plan learning objectives in addition to the mechanical activities.
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