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Universal Design for Learning and Intellectual Disabilities

Frolli Alessandro
2020 Global Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities  
This work aims to support the applicability of the UDL model, with its neuropsychological framework, to students with Intellectual Disabilities (ID).  ...  universal design for learning and inclusive teaching for all students, even with different level of ID.  ...  In this regard, conducted a study on the effects of augmentative reality in UDL perspective compared to the vocabulary teaching science to students with ID.  ... 
doi:10.19080/gjidd.2020.06.555696 fatcat:eoqqchf4jfg4zh7zekggrv4wie

Research review on augmented reality as an educational resource for people with intellectual disabilities

Marcos Gómez-Puerta, Esther Chiner, Paola Melero-Pérez, Gonzalo Lorenzo Lledó
2019 International Journal of Developmental and Educational Psychology Revista INFAD de psicología  
The present study reviewed nine publications related to the application of augmented reality (AR)-based interventions to people with intellectual disabilities (ID).  ...  Results offer a positive view of the application of this technology to people with ID, although the characteristics of the studies do not allow yet its generalization.  ...  India Table 3 3 Type of research design and sample size usedRESEARCH REVIEW ON AUGMENTED REALITY AS AN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES International Journal of Developmental  ... 
doi:10.17060/ijodaep.2019.n1.v3.1523 fatcat:df24mcakdvhoha6clwmwaxi6gq

Emotional Intelligence for Children with Special Needs

Dr. Subodh Kumar
2012 International Journal of Scientific Research  
Children with special needs too can develop emotional intelligence to be emotionally aware, insightful regarding understanding other's emotions, more able to cope with emotional dilemmas in life, to be  ...  , cerebral palsy, and attention deficit disorder-should offer an understanding nature of these challenges and also specific ways of helping children to extend their intellectual and emotional potential  ...  Hence, students have to be trained to recognize and equip themselves to face the realities of the world.  ... 
doi:10.15373/22778179/apr2013/24 fatcat:dql26jfecngebhvegib5b7cf6u

The Education of Australian School Students With the Most Severe Intellectual Disabilities: Where Have We Been and Where Could We Go? A Discussion Primer

Gordon Lyons, Michele Cassebohm
2012 Australasian Journal of Special Education  
To prime discussion, this paper looks at the past, present and possible futures with respect to the education of Australian students with the most severe intellectual disabilities.  ...  The education of Australian students with the most severe intellectual disabilities continues to present substantial challenges to policymakers, practitioners and families.  ...  being called upon to teach students with intellectual disabilities (Foreman, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/jse.2012.8 fatcat:qmkryxnb4jdnlkm6k3owhuhunm

La pedagogía digital en el sistema de educación superior inclusiva

Larisa Y. Belenkova, Yelena V. Skudnyakova, Dmitry V. Bosov
2022 Zenodo  
by the teaching staff, the second series of questions determined the degree of awareness of the teaching staff about the possibilities of working with students with disabilities, and the third series  ...  courses with a computerized native speaker); 7) virtual and augmented reality is becoming an advantage that allows students to immerse themselves in a new exciting educational environment (Sergeeva,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6555347 fatcat:nx2rxm42f5afdcvg7bcxobqx4y

Virtual Reality as a Support Tool for the Treatment of People with Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities: A Systematic Literature Review

Rian Dutra da Cunha, Frâncila Weidt Neiva, Rodrigo Luis de Souza da Silva
2018 Revista de Informática Teórica e Aplicada  
We believe VR has great potential to be effective in the treatment of people with intellectual and multiple disabilities.  ...  The aim of this study is to provide a detailed overview of the state of the art in the virtual reality area focusing on people with multiple disabilities, that encompasses intellectual and physical disabilities  ...  Outcomes (O): Accuracy of improvement of people with intellectual and multiple disabilities. Context(C): People with intellectual and multiple disabilities.  ... 
doi:10.22456/2175-2745.77994 fatcat:uyysx4ffcjfpnf3sa722orreum

Reasonable Adjustments in Learning Programs: Teaching Length, Mass and Capacity to Students with Intellectual Disability

Jelene Du Plessis, Bronwyn Ewing
2017 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
learning; and 3) special education teachers do require strong knowledge and skill with differentiating their teaching practice to ensure that students access the curriculum at appropriate year levels.  ...  to positively affect student learning and progression; 2) Neither assessment of student learning in mathematics or failure to respond to the results is sufficient for making judgements about students'  ...  : Teaching Length, Mass and Capacity to Students with Intellectual Disability Assessment Authority, 2011b) [36] .  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2017.051018 fatcat:l75ooczotnfz3ix2vlsb3hkpum

Augmented Reality and Gamification in Education: A Systematic Literature Review of Research, Applications, and Empirical Studies

Georgios Lampropoulos, Euclid Keramopoulos, Konstantinos Diamantaras, Georgios Evangelidis
2022 Applied Sciences  
This study scrutinizes the existing literature regarding the use of augmented reality and gamification in education to establish its theoretical basis.  ...  Based on the results, using augmented reality and gamification in education can yield several benefits for students, assist educators, improve the educational process, and facilitate the transition toward  ...  elements to facilitate and support the learning process of students with intellectual disabilities. [256] Taiwan To present the benefits of using content-aware augmented reality applications in educational  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12136809 fatcat:26u46h62rbcmfi6d2apzgereie

The Role of Social Interaction In the Development of Thinking Skills

Adriana L. Schuler, Linda Perez
1987 Focus on exceptional children  
Frustration often is expressed as to whether many of these students will ever learn to think independently. Teaching special education students introduces extra challenges.  ...  Within the context of a nationwide growing dissatisfaction with the quality of education, dissatisfaction with the long-term outcome of special education efforts has been increasingly voiced.  ...  Nevertheless, comparisons between various cognitive approaches to teaching should examine the role of task and student variables.  ... 
doi:10.17161/fec.v19i7.7496 fatcat:2iiktbnlkvhopmj53afqgxjjji

Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disability: A Mega-Review of the Literature

Becky Crowe, Wendy Machalicek, Qi Wei, Christine Drew, Jay Ganz
2021 Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities  
developmental disabilities from 2000 to mid-2020 was conducted.  ...  A mega-review of literature reviews, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses on interventions using aided augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) interventions for children with intellectual and  ...  Methods to teach employment skills to secondary students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10882-021-09790-0 pmid:33814873 pmcid:PMC8009928 fatcat:nmpz2zci4ze4xov6bwlfkungdq

The Impact of Information and Communication Technologies on the Emotional Education of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Views of Specialist Educators and Psychologists

Eftychia Papageorgiou
2020 OALib  
Remarkably, about 70% of people diagnosed with autism also have intellectual disabilities, which can range from mild to severe [4] .  ...  Exploiting ICT can offer many benefits to students with autism, helping them to express, recognize and understand other people's feelings and different expressions, as well as better learn their emotions  ...  We would like to thank the educational staff who took part in the research. Conflicts of Interest The author declares no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1106248 fatcat:3e5alef66rf3tmsqkvkddcgzfm

Multimodal Technologies in Precision Education: Providing New Opportunities or Adding More Challenges?

Umar Bin Qushem, Athanasios Christopoulos, Solomon Sunday Oyelere, Hiroaki Ogata, Mikko-Jussi Laakso
2021 Education Sciences  
, learning management systems, mobile applications, augmented/virtual reality, classroom technologies) that integrate such features.  ...  The added value of PE is also extended beyond the online digital learning context, as positive outcomes were also identified in blended/face-to-face learning scenarios, with multiple connections being  ...  celebration, bounce, development with intellectual or developmental frequency disability (IDD) multiplier.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11070338 fatcat:6ztde4w27vhnpje6iquv2zvpyu

Approaches to Inclusion and Social Participation in School for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC)—a Systematic Research Review

Johanna Lüddeckens
2020 Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders  
Implications for best practice include information on how to improve school personnel's reflections on their responsibilities and expectations of students with disabilities and points to difficulties for  ...  This systematic research review identifies approaches of inclusive education concerning adolescents with autism spectrum (ASC) without intellectual disability (ID).  ...  The author wishes to thank main supervisor Professor Mona Holmqvist, Malmö University, Sweden, and co supervisor Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40489-020-00209-8 fatcat:iwoy45e4uzczxbqvfwsnoliq34

Mobile Application Tools for Students in Secondary Education. An Evaluation Study

Zoe Karabatzaki, Agathi Stathopoulou, Georgia Kokkalia, Eleni Dimitriou, Paraskevi Ioanna Loukeri, Alexandra Economou, Athanasios Drigas
2018 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
With recent advances in the capabilities of smart mobile devices and their growing penetration rate among the student cohort, it is possible to take advantage of these devices to design appropriate exercises  ...  intelligence, index of intelligence practice and general index of intelligence are showed thoroughly.  ...  A relevant study tried to examine the effects of using an augmented reality app, Red Laser, to teach individuals with intellectual disabilities to identify potential food allergens.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v12i2.8158 fatcat:jhuqbadqendnnc4mfwo4vxpfbi

Online and other ICT Applications for Cognitive Training and Assessment

Maria Karyotaki, Athanasios Drigas
2015 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
Cognitive training and assessment refers to ICTs and their relation with students, students with learning disabilities and adults with dementia.  ...  Artificial intelligence seems to hold a significant role in the field of cognitive training and rehabilitation as its adaptability and interactivity, enhance users' motivation and involvement.  ...  Siberski et al. made a study on intellectually and developmental disabled adults' computer-based cognitive training.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v11i2.4360 fatcat:bbtrxes3lfg5teuaojcbnuedce
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