Maribel González Moraga

Maribel González Moraga
Universidad de las Américas (Chile) | UDLA

Professor - PhD in Social Sciences

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Introduction
Maribel González Moraga works at the research laboratory 'Lengua, Educación y Cultura Sorda' (LECSOR) from the School of Psychology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Maribel conducts research in the area of Deaf Education, Deaf Pedagogy, and Intercultural Education. Her current postdoctoral research project is focused on the role of Deaf Pedagogy in the generation of collaborative and intercultural practices in Deaf education.
Additional affiliations
March 2017 - present
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Position
  • PostDoc Position
March 2007 - July 2012
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
October 2012 - October 2016
University of Bristol
Field of study
  • Deaf Studies
March 2002 - December 2007
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Field of study
  • Educational Psychology

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Publications (20)
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In Chile, there is not yet an official Chilean Sign Language (LSCh) curriculum. LSCh was considered just as a means of communication for many years (Law 20.422, 2010). Recently, thanks to the modification of the law, LSCh is now recognized as a natural, native language and intangible heritage of Chilean deaf people (Law 21.303, 2021). The law also...
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In Chile, there is not yet an official Chilean Sign Language (LSCh) curriculum. LSCh was considered just as a means of communication for many years (Law 20.422, 2010). Recently, thanks to the modification of the law, LSCh is now recognized as a natural, native language and intangible heritage of Chilean deaf people (Law 21.303, 2021). The law also...
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No Chile ainda não existe um currículo oficial para a Língua de Sinais Chilena (LSCh). A LSCh foi considerada por muitos anos apenas como meio de comunicação (Lei 20.422, 2010). Recentemente, graças à modificação da lei, a LSCh passa a ser reconhecido como língua natural, original e patrimônio imaterial dos surdos chilenos (Lei 21.303, 2021). A lei...
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Poster presentado en el congreso XVIII de la Federeción Mundial de Sordos de Paris, 23 al 27 de julio 2019.
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Presentación en lengua de señas por los autores: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hb5yaPFS4qk Este libro presenta la primera descripción completa de las leyes nacionales que reconocen las lenguas de señas, los impactos que tienen y las campañas de defensa que llevaron a su creación. Comprende 18 estudios de comunidades de Europa, Estados Unidos, S...
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RESUMEN El presente artículo tiene por objetivo describir el proceso gradual de visibilización, valoración y reconocimiento de la Lengua de Señas Chilena (LSCh) a nivel nacional. El área educativa se po-siciona como un eje central en torno al cual se articulan los principales hitos y normativas que han determinado la incorporación de la lengua de s...
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Apesar dos mais de duzentos e cin-quenta anos de história, a educação de surdos ainda não tem uma tradição de pesquisa sobre o trabalho dos docentes surdos. Atualmente, as experiências que se autodescrevem como abordagens bilíngues nos meios educativos para surdos apontam para uma necessidade Despite having over two hundred and fifty years of histo...
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The present chapter will describe the role of Deaf educators in the instruction of the sign language in a school for the deaf in Chile that applies an intercultural-bilingual educational model. First, we will contextualize education of Deaf people in Chile generally, and highlight some historic milestones. This will be followed by a description of...
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En aras de generar conocimiento contextualizado con los recursos disponibles, el presente artículo hace una revisión de aquellos aspectos necesarios de considerar en torno a la investigación en apego infantil en Chile. La revisión se centra en tópicos agrupados en características de la población a intervenir, características de las intervenciones,...
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This article reviews the background of the bilingual approach in deaf education, it describes more specifically how it has been implemented in Sweden, and it refers to the incorporation of this approach in deaf education in Chile. Further on, it analyzes the way in which Sign Language can be used to teach written language in bilingual education con...
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Abstract. The main objective of this study was to characterize the type of activities and strategies employed by Chilean teachers when using Chilean Sign Language (ChSL) to teach written Spanish. This was achieved through the observation and analysis of three deaf educators, who were in charge of children attending kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade....
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The main objective of this study was to characterize the type of activities and strategies employed by Chilean teachers when using Chilean Sign Language (ChSL) to teach written Spanish. This was achieved through the observation and analysis of three deaf educators, who were in charge of children attending kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade. Eight vid...
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En aras de generar conocimiento contextualizado con los recursos disponibles, el presente artículo hace una revisión de aquellos aspectos necesarios de considerar en torno a la investigación en apego infantil en Chile. La revisión se centra en tópicos agrupados en características de la población a intervenir, características de las intervenciones,...

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Projects (4)
Project
Estudio de caso que apunta a describir el proceso de aprendizaje de conceptos psicológicos en Lengua de Señas Chilena, a través de la identificación de estrategias pedagógicas efectivas para este fin, así como describir las principales barreras y facilitadores de este proceso.
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Desarrollar orientaciones para la generación de una política pública que favorezca la promoción, prevención, tratamiento y rehabilitación en salud mental de las personas sordas en Chile, considerando las características culturales y lingüísticas propias de su comunidad.
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Este es un proyecto independiente cuyo objetivo es describir, sistematizar y analizar la trayectoria que se ha llevado a cabo en relación al proceso de reconocimiento de la Lengua de Señas Chilena, LSCh. This is an independent project whose objective is to describe, systematize and analyze the trajectory that has been carried out in relation to the process of recognition of the Chilean Sign Language, LSCh