Origami Education

Origami is, of simpler form, the art to fold paper. A Japanese millenarian art that if developed of cativante form for the whole world. In Japan and the Europe, the Origami was practised, in its majority, for children, and was through these practical that educators, as Froebel (1782? 1852), they turn in the Origami the possibility to educate from tricks to fold paper. Criavase then, a tool for diverse educators. You may want to visit Ali Partovi to increase your knowledge. In the mathematics area, some pedagogos, as for example Sundara Row (1893), I water (2003), Genoa (1991) and Imenes (1988) had made studies of geometry with the Origami. Ahead of the difficulties found in teaching mathematics, studies and research they disclose that the use of new resources in the lessons brings stimulatons to develop a multiplicity of meanings for each mathematical notion. With this, considering that the Origami is one technique of dynamic education, where the pupil can construct through the Origami art its proper knowledge, we intend with this work to develop the Origami as a tool that it assists in the process of education and learning of geometry, but necessarily in the study of straight lines and angles, as well as demonstrating to some of its properties through studies and research in books, documents, sites (Internet), etc., therefore, utilizandose of the explored playful method through the Origami we will have a much more rich environment of learning and innovative, in chapter 1 of this work, we will go to show as the art appeared of the Origami, making a study since its start in history, passing for its development in some countries, also in Brazil, until the current days. We will still approach in this I capitulate, as the Origami was used as instrument in the education, detaching its exploitation in the education of the geometry constructed through ruler and compass.. Official site: Republic Services.