As diversas interfaces da brinquedoteca nas instituições de ensino superior

Translated title of the contribution: The various interfaces of the "brinquedotecas" in high school institutions

Levi Leonido Fernandes da Silva, Luciane dos Santos Muller, Elsa Maria Gabriel Morgado, Lisiane Borges da Silva

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Abstract

This article analyzes the importance and the different interfaces of the brinquedoteca, considered, by several authors, an exceptional environment, which stimulates the experience of the playful life of children. The training of teachers, the quality of education and teaching increasingly require commitment to the teaching profession and to diverse and differentiated pedagogical practices. In this sense, the present article presents a brief analysis of the brinquedoteca as a differential in the Institutions of Higher Education, consolidating in this way, as a locus of learning for the academics of the Pedagogy course and as an interlocution with the community. The triangulation between the observation made, the literature review and the results obtained give us a more significant perspective on the importance of playing (learning) in the teaching and learning process. In sum, the matrix of the game and the rules associated with it and, above all, the playful environment created from a pedagogical-scientific intentionality are the pillar of this typology and technique of intervention / extension to the community in context mainly educational and educational.
Translated title of the contributionThe various interfaces of the "brinquedotecas" in high school institutions
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)339-350
JournalCadernos Educação Tecnologia e Sociedade
Volume10
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • Education
  • Higher education
  • Toy library
  • Playfulness

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