Title:Educational Methodologies for Hearing Impaired Children Supported by Mobile Technology and Extended Reality: Systematic Analysis of Literature [Download]
Título:Metodologías educativas para niños sordos apoyadas en tecnología móvil y realidad extendida: un análisis sistemático de literatura [Download]
E. Del Pezo Izaguirre, M. J. Abásolo and C. A. Collazos
Mobile applications;Collaboration;Gesture recognition;Extended reality;X reality;Assistive technologies;Task analysis;Sign language;educational technology;mobile learning;mobile applications;virtual reality
This study aims to identify Teaching-Learning (TL) methodologies applied in conjunction with mobile and extended reality applications developed for the hearing impaired community. A systematic literature review of mixed type, cross-sectional between 2016 and 2020, focused on educational mobile applications for hearing impaired children in basic school age is presented, emphasizing the type of methodology and support strategies used, as well as the type of extended reality. development and use technology. The results show little literature that records TL applications for children, the most used communication system is sign language. There are few applications that record the use of collaborative strategies, but playful ones that combine memory, cognitive, metacognitive, metacognitive and affective techniques. Regarding the type of development technology, Android applications supported by multimedia elements stand out, followed by the use of Augmented Reality and a minority for other XR technologies.
How to cite:
E. Del Pezo Izaguirre, M. J. Abásolo and C. A. Collazos, "Educational Methodologies for Hearing Impaired Children Supported by Mobile Technology and Extended Reality: Systematic Analysis of Literature," in IEEE Revista Iberoamericana de Tecnologias del Aprendizaje, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 410-418, Nov. 2021. doi: 10.1109/RITA.2021.3135202