An approach to the design of didactic material for the strengthening of the integral development of the child
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Product design
teaching material
comprehensive training
social skills

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Davila LeonD., AigajeK., CaizaM., FloresM., & VazquezJ. (2022). An approach to the design of didactic material for the strengthening of the integral development of the child. Minerva, 3(7), 5-16. https://doi.org/10.47460/minerva.v3i7.48

Abstract

The development of children must be an integral part of their educational environment, focusing on strengthening their learning and social skills. The research is framed in the design of didactic material, under the perspective of product design. As a discipline of study, it focuses on the needs and
particularities of the rural educational environment and attempts to support the integral development that Ecuadorian education has been pursued. In this context, with a qualitative approach, the characteristics of the environment are collected, as well as the perspectives of basic general education teachers, in
relation to the integral education and the existing materials in formal education. In a comparative analysis, we analyzed data obtained with similar training projects, which show the importance of working on social skills in children. The results determine parameters and requirements to develop didactic products that complement education, based on concepts of design, pedagogy, and didactics as knowledge-building tools.

Keywords: Product Design, Teaching Material, Comprehensive Training, Social Skills.

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