##### MAIN QUESTION

How can the design of a collaborative-competitive environment promote physical activity in children (6-9 y/o) with cerebral palsy in the process of learning arithmetic?

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##### KEYWORDS

– Gamification / social play

– Collaborative-competitive learning

– Arithmetic

– Physical activities

##### SUBQUESTIONS

1. How can strategies of interaction engage and reward students with CP in the mastery of concepts of arithmetic?

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2. How can the qualities of an interface increase the physical activity of students with the limited mobility resulting from CP?

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3. How can a collaborative-competitive approach encourage social play among students whose access to groups is limited by CP?

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4. How can the design of a mobile app help teachers and parents of children with cerebral palsy keep track of their status and progress when learning arithmetic?

##### MAIN IDEAS

– The people involved in the child’s development, and their environment.

– The mediation of learning arithmetic

– Fostering of skills, empowerment, and confidence