O colega tutor de alunos com deficiência visual nas aulas de Educação Física
Orlando, Patricia D'Azeredo
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The proposal for an education that offers opportunities and value individual differences, is clearly the diverse learning for students in all areas of knowledge, is also the Physical Education, by its characteristics are to present favorable conditions for the inclusion : its contents have a degree of determination with flexibility, the physical education teacher has the freedom to organize the content they believe is appropriate to the experience of students, the novelty is a feature highly favorable to increase activities, among others. Currently, the results of studies have pointed to a relationship of professional work in the area related to the presence of students with special needs and disabilities, in classes of common education. Can be observed that the physical education teacher, considering their training, often can not perform adequately with these students. In this confrontation, we need new teaching strategies, among which, the employment of a teaching colleague of the Tutor (Peer Tutor). The strategy of using peer tutors is a model in which non-disabled peers the same age or older, support for a colleague with disabilities in the classroom, including in physical education. Based on these understandings and outcomes, this study aimed to evaluate and implement the Strategy Teaching Colleague Tutor (eecTe) for students with visual impairments in physical education classes. The study 05 students participated in the 7th. Grade of elementary school, in public without disabilities, acting as tutors. He picked up this series because it studies the two students with visual impairments, also participants, participants were also one (01) physical education teacher in state schools that had students with disabilities included in their classes and researcher in question. To collect the data were used team-ments in the electronic media, computer, full, training program Buddy Tutor, and a System for Observation Time Fitness Instruction - System for Observing Fitness Instruction Time, SOFIT. The Colleague Tutor trained participated along with the the student with disabilities to 4 classes for observations of the behavior of teaching fellow tutor. The data analyzed show that there was an application by fellow guardians of the instructions given in training for tutors and colleagues that led to an improvement in the participation of students with visual impairments in physical education classes. It is understood also that tutors can contribute in the dedicated help of other students in the common room or physical education classes while they were students with and without disabilities, if given the correct instructions on how to help.