A teoria das Inteligências Múltiplas contextualizada com Educação, Neurociência e Pensamento computacional: uma revisão de literatura
Palavras-chave:Teoria das Inteligências Múltiplas. Educação. Neurociência. Pensamento Computacional.
ResumoEste artigo apresenta uma revisão de literatura sobre a teoria das Inteligências Múltiplas (teoria das IM) e como a Educação, a Neurociência e o Pensamento computacional se correlacionam com esta teoria principal. Esta revisão é focada em trabalhos apresentados na última década (2010-2019). Os trabalhos foram selecionados através de palavras-chave em seis bases de dados acadêmicas. A maioria dos trabalhos relaciona as IM com Educação e, em seguida, com a Neurociência e, por último, com o Pensamento computacional. A principal ideia é buscar a inter-relação entre estas áreas e como elas podem ser trabalhadas conjuntamente, sendo foco para pesquisas futuras.
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