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Revista Internacional de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales

On-line version ISSN 2226-4000

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MACIEL-FERREIRA, Thiago. Active Methodologies in communication with deaf students: evaluation of an Action-Research Experience. Rev. Int. Investig. Cienc. Soc. [online]. 2021, vol.17, n.1, pp.24-51. ISSN 2226-4000.  https://doi.org/10.18004/riics.2021.junio.24.

Communication with the deaf student mediated by active methodologies is a proposal for direct dialogue between the hearing teacher and his deaf student. Therefore, all dialogue is carried out by the teacher himself through technologies in Libras, without the presence of the interpreter. Thus, this research emphasizes the importance of the teacher seeking ways to approach his deaf student, directly following the learning process. To this end, we sought to answer the following problem of this research: How will the hearing teacher communicate with the deaf student, without the interpreter? This study has as general objective: To bring deaf students closer to the educational process, strengthening communication between the deaf student and the hearing teacher, enabling the monitoring of the student's evolution. The information was collected through the qualitative technique, more specifically, the data were collected through: learning/field, interview, bitakora/information record, observation and control list. The research was conducted between February and July 2020 with the deaf student of the second period of the civil engineer discipline of the Arcoverde Higher Education Center. According to the results achieved, the deaf student was able to build his knowledge and follow the classroom, just as the teacher achieved the purpose of feeling closely the understanding and evolution of his deaf student.

Keywords : Active methodologies; Deaf student communication; Hearing teacher; Technologies in pounds..

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