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Clube da matemática: jogando com múltiplas inteligências

Maffei, Letícia de Queiroz
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Faculdade de Educação; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ensino de Ciências e Matemática; UFPel; Brasil Publicador: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Faculdade de Educação; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ensino de Ciências e Matemática; UFPel; Brasil
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
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The “Clube de Matemática” (Mathematics Club) is a project of meetings that, through playful activities, allows students to play and have fun using their multiple intelligences. Performed in opposite to the formal school shift, the club is a space where activities like papertoys, origami, puzzles and varied games are enjoyed in a way that latent abilities arise in the form of entertainment, creation, art, joy and interaction. This dissertation presents the experience of the “Clube de Matemática” held with students of final elementary grades from two public schools in Pelotas. The argument in support to this work is the Theory of Multiple Intelligences developed by Howard Gardner (1994,1995), specially his ideas on the particular spectrum of intelligences that each individual possesses and can develop, when in contexts that recognize this multiplicity. Subsidized in other authors, the universe of games and origami – resources that occupied prominent places both in the “Clube de Matemática” experience and in the construction of this study – was more deeply explored. We conducted a mapping of journals, books, articles and thesis that include elements such as math club, games, origami and multiple intelligences aiming to get new perspectives. In order to answer the question that guides this work – “How to defend the practice of different activities in mathematics lessons so that such activities occur without direct link to the syllabus...