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Pensamiento Social: Cómo Desarrollar la Comprensión Social en Niños con Problemas Auditivos (Think Social: Developing Social Understanding in Children who are Deaf)

Course: #1080Level: Intermediate1 Hour

La habilidad de entender y hablar acerca de los sentimientos y pensamientos propios, así como de las emociones y las ideas de otros es un aspecto cognitivo social. Podría pensarse que se refiere a nuestra intuición sobre el mundo. La cognición social es muy útil tanto para niños como para adultos porque nos permite desarrollar empatías, entender cuáles son los aspectos que motivan a la gente y navegar por el mundo social. Asimismo, contribuye a que los niños entiendan cuentos e historias, realicen inferencias y disfruten de los chistes y las bromas. Con frecuencia, los niños con pérdida auditiva presentan retraso en sus habilidades para hablar de sus sentimientos, emociones, opiniones, pensamientos e ideas. Igualmente, pueden demostrar restrasos en su habilidad para expresar cómo se sienten los demás y razonar lo que piensan. En muchas ocasiones, y debido a que los padres y los profesionales se enfocan en el desarrollo del habla, lenguaje y la audición de los niños con problemas auditivos, se descuida el desarrollo de esta importante área cognitiva social.
El propósito de esta presentación es ayudar a que los padres y los profesionales entiendan las bases del desarrollo cognitivo social en niños con problemas auditivos y proveer estrategias para favorecer esta importante área psicosocial en niños de todas las edades.

Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkUna vez completado el curso los asistentes tendrán la capacidad de describir una tarea de "Falsa creencia".
  • checkmarkUna vez completado el curso los asistentes tendrán la capacidad de describir los predictores de la Teoría de la Mente en los niños con problemas de audición.
  • checkmarkUna vez completado el curso los asistentes tendrán la capacidad de describir la jerarquía de desarrollo cognitivo social descrita por Wellman y Liu (2004).
  • checkmarkUna vez completado el curso los asistentes tendrán la capacidad de describir diferentes maneras de facilitar el desarrollo cognitivo social en niños de diferentes edades.

Agenda

15-30 Minutes Investigación reciente de la TM
30-50 Minutes Estartegias para desarrollar la TM en niños de todas las edades
50-60 Minutes Preguntas

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