Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:
Title: Mobile apps use in indigenous language education of preschool children of Huitoto people in Peruvian Amazon
Authors: Ocampo Yahuarcani, Isaac
Campos Baca, Luis
García Cortegano, Carlos
Gutiérrez Gómez, Edgar
Cárdenas Vigo, Rodolfo
Bellido Collahuacho, Juan José
Saravia Llaja, Lelis
Núñez Satalaya, Angela
Reategui Pezo, Alejandro
Güipal Tamani, Michael
Pereira López, Dina
Keywords: Pueblos indígenas
Murui-Muinanɨ, lengua
Aplicaciones de computadora
teléfonos móviles
Revitalización de lenguas
Lenguas indígenas
Educación preescolar
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: IEEE Xplore
Citation: Ocampo-Yahuarcani, I. et al. (2019). Mobile apps use in indigenous language education of preschool children of Huitoto people in Peruvian Amazon. En : IEEE World Conference on Engineering Education (EDUNINE), Lima, Peru, 2019, pp. 1-5.
Abstract: It includes results of a mobile app development and validation process made for children of pre school education in the indigenous community Centro Arenal (Huitoto ethnic group), to learn the basic content of their parents' native language through mobile devices (cell phones and tablets). And once that strengthen their cultural identity. Since 10 years ago Loreto is the last in educational indicators. In the Peruvian Amazon, 43 official languages are spoken, 27 of them in Loreto (all the Amazonian languages are in danger of disappearing). The intercultural bilingual education system is very limited (single-parent, multi-grade and multi-course) also, there is not educational content printed in indigenous languages. The results were favorable, being the application a relevant alternative, usable and accessible for educational institutions and Huitoto families.
Appears in Collections:Ponencias en congresos

Files in This Item:
File Description SizeFormat 
  Until 2039-12-01
Texto Completo1,38 MBAdobe PDFThumbnail
View/Open Request a copy
Compartir :

This item is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons