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Promotes the inclusion of students with disabilities through technology

Promotes the inclusion of students with disabilities through technology

Cristian Montenegro is 41 years old and was selected as one of six finalists for the Inspiring Teachers Award, a tribute to the most inspiring teachers in the country.

All his colleagues agree, describing Cristian Montenegro (41) as: a dedicated, active, patient, committed teacher, and above all, sympathy,

“Christian is a teacher who is in one” Continuous search for new technological tools To share with students”, Martina Lopez, “Dr. Pedro Nolasco Ferreira”, a special educational institution for students with intellectual and motor disabilities where he works closely with Christian.

“Christian is a fundamental pillar in our school, He is always attentive to the children and tries to be upfront about the needs of each student”, says another colleague, Juliette Varro.

Christian is working in this school for more than 10 years. Also, in the mornings, he travels to Guamálán, about 20 minutes from downtown Mendoza, to work as network and information technology administrator at another specialized primary school: the “Roc Alfredo Vitolo” school.

Beyond the Label, Christiane describes her role in both schools: “The nexus between teachers, technology and students”,




Cristian Montenegro, Finalist for the Inspiring Teacher Award

“Special education is a day-to-day challenge as kids go off the blackboard, asking you for new strategies to work with them,” says finalist Motivational Teacher Award,

In addition, his teaching method is a . based on Comprehensive approach to education: both academic and technical, to emotional,

“For example, Miley has a slight disability, which is difficult to see at first glance, but the family context is very difficult and she doesn’t get enough support from her family,” says Jacqueline Cardona, Cristian’s colleague at the Vitolo school. emotionally and psychologically compatible very important by teachers to their students, because most of them come from Complex and weak socioeconomic context,

The importance of a comprehensive approach to disability

It is early in Vitolo school and Cristian wants to implement an experience in the classroom which, he assures, will help his students. accept your feelingsso as to enable them to communicate effectively. In the previous class, 5th graders saw ‘fear’; Today they will analyze ‘Anand’.

For about 40 minutes, five students watch videos on YouTube with Christiane and the grad teacher and analyze the sentiment together. ,When do you feel happy? Do you think this image represents happiness or sadness?”, asks Christiane, while he shows some images of animated characters on the projector.

“Many of them find it difficult to express their feelings, because sometimes they don’t even use words, but only sounds or gestures,” he explains, “That’s why it’s so important to give them space to express what You what they feel,

Teaching and customized technology as a life choice

Christiane has been a teacher for almost 19 years, describing teaching more as a “life choice” rather than a profession. “I devoted almost half my life to being in schools and I will without a doubt choose it again”Mendoza’s teacher who was chosen as one of the most inspiring teachers in Argentina.

During his professional career, he specialized in techniques adapted for people with disabilities and older adults. He did several research work in special education and became a member of the World Education Network (Cuba, 2013) with a project titled “ICT as a Therapeutic Educational Resource”.

“Technology bridges the gap and, through digital literacy, gives children with disabilities the opportunity to learn new skills such as reading and writing,” says Angela Canette, Cristian’s associate and deputy director at the Ferreira School for nearly 12 years.

In addition, it provided training to more than 4,000 teachers in Mendoza and San Luis, as well as in other Latin American countries such as Colombia and Mexico.

,True Inclusion Going Beyond the Classroom, It is going beyond the walls of the school and reaching families and the community”, concluded Christian.

If you’d like to know the stories of the six finalists of the Inspiring Teachers Award, visit www.premiodocentesqueinspiran.com.ar or the contest’s social network. “Teachers Who Inspire” on Facebook and @docentesqueinspiran on Instagram.

Motivational Teacher Award

Inspiring Teachers, an award promoted by Clarins and Zurich Argentina, is a tribute to the most inspiring teachers in our country.

This recognition seeks to mobilize the entire community for a better education, by spreading inspiring stories of exceptional teachers who leave a decisive impression on their students.

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