Information and Communication Technologies Learning Methodologies for Children with ADHD

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Roberto García-VélezLuis Serpa-AndradeGraciela Serpa-Andrade

Abstract: ADHD is a disorder due to attention deficit, impulsiveness and hyperactivity due to various functional disputes, these anatomical brain inconsistencies can be genetic and/or environmental that hinders the child's lifestyle and their environment. Within the educational field, teachers cannot distinguish the attitude of a child with ADHD from one without disorders, especially in the preschool stage, which motivates the search for teaching alternatives, among them we have information and communication technologies - ICT, which allow evaluating, diagnosing, enriching and strengthening the learning of children with or without ADHD through educational software on a mobile phone, a computer and/or digital whiteboard; increasing attention, concentration, creativity, security, decreasing aggressiveness, gradually developing positive behaviors, their self-esteem improves, they feel motivated and progressively create solutions to their internal conflicts in such a way that their community learning guarantees the development of new social skills such as respect, solidarity, empathy and identifies the emotions of other people allowing a positive incorporation into their daily lives, especially in the school environment.

Keywords: ADHD, ICT, Learning, education.

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1001889

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