The access of disabled people to university studies and the quality of their training are linked with the possibility of using different teaching methods and technological tools that could provide specific resources to ensure adequate quality of teaching. In particular, the use of technology in universities is often closely linked to the different motor abilities of the person that uses his/ her bodily dimension in different, both vicarious and adapted, forms to use technological instruments. The use of appropriate teaching models that encourage the disabled student to use the bodily potentialities in a compensative way, associated with the use of specific media and technological aids, can promote the right to study and the quality of university studies path as well. The aim of the research project is to study, researching models by integrating descriptive and experimental research models, the body and motor dimension of the university teaching by analyzing, through the use of new technologies, dimensions, factors and variables linked to transferable models that promote the control of the quality education.
|Titolo:||BODY, MOVEMENT AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR A QUALITY TEACHING-LEARNING FOR DISABLED STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY: A PROJECT HYPOTHESIS|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1.2 Articolo su rivista con ISSN|