Reflexões acerca da acessibilidade na educação dos surdos durante o ensino remoto a partir de debates acadêmicos em lives
Freitas, Larissa Maria de Carvalho
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This work has as its theme the reflections about accessibility in the education of the deaf during Remote Teaching from academic debates in lives. Thus, this research considered to answer the following question: How is accessibility for the deaf happening during Remote Teaching?. With the general objective: To research what was being said about the accessibility of deaf students during remote teaching in the Covid-19 pandemic from academic debates in lives. And as specific objectives: Recognize new perspectives on accessibility in the education of the deaf during remote teaching during the Covid -19 pandemic; Understanding the challenges of remote teaching for the deaf student, based on academic/scientific reflections present in public debates in the Lives published from March 2020 to August 2021. This is a documentary research with a qualitative approach. For this, the Lives produced and promoted by scientific societies were chosen as primary documentary sources in an order of priority for publications by Universities, Institutes, Support Centers and scientific societies, on the theme "Education of deaf students in remote teaching". The analysis of the Lives was carried out considering two analytical axes: 1) Accessibility conditions for the deaf in remote teaching, and 2) Consequences of this accessibility for deaf students in remote teaching. In view of this, the results of axis 1) showed that the accessibility conditions in the education of the deaf in remote teaching was challenging due to the barriers faced, ranging from the lack of digital equipment, to obstacles in the platforms and tools of communication by video call to remote classes. The results of axis 2) showed that the consequences of these conditions were: academic losses; lag in remote learning; impossibility of understanding between teacher-interpreter-student; and segregation of the deaf student. It was concluded that accessibility for the deaf student was among many challenges, and in the face of this, teachers in the lives discussed several possibilities and methodological strategies for the education of the deaf during remote classes, which allowed reflections and exchanges between teachers in the debates. academics in the lives.
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