Anuario de investigaciones
versão ISSN 1851-1686
LARRIPA, Martín e ERAUSQUIN, Cristina. Schooling practices and autism spectrum disorders: tools and challenges for the costruction of inclusive school settings. A study from C.H.A.T. (cultural-historical activity theory) framework developed by Engeström. Anu. investig. [online]. 2010, vol.17, pp. 165-179. ISSN 1851-1686.
This work explores processes of schooling and challenges for development of learning scenarios with students diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) or PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorders). Practices of schooling are discussed in schools in Buenos Aires, which encourage the participation of subjects with ASD in the circuit of mainstream schooling. The coexistence of educational, professional discourses, institutions and practices of intervention, form complex socio-cultural settings. The theory of cultural-historical activity developed by Engeström and Rodrigo conceptualizations about mental models are organized to discuss tensions and conflicts that go through the processes of schooling of students diagnosed with ASD / PDD and understand the representational constructions of educational stakeholders on issues, tools and interventions. A descriptive and exploratory ethnographic perspective, qualitative analysis, questionnaires and interviews in depth. Discursive convergences and divergences between different actors and psychoeducational interventions on issues and challenges / opportunities of building common objectives of activity.
Palavras-chave : Inclusive education; School integration; ASD; PDD; CHAT.