Different aspects of knowing scenarios in children with blindness or visual impairment compared to children with normal vision

Naomi Yishai, a kindergarten teacher at the Petah Tikva branch with more than 20 years of experience, investigated the scenario as part of her master's degree studies in the "Early Childhood Education Program, Levinsky College".

The sense of sight is the sense that provides the most information to the brain. It's a sense of distance.
Both close and far, drawing conclusions from the information gathered by the other senses (Bishop)
. (1998
Scenario (script) (is a score of knowledge accumulated and stored in memory as a cognitive model following experience)
Repetitive sensory perception (1977 Abelson & Schank). The scenario allows you to get acquainted with
Internal structure of a recognized and routine event, which includes a sequence of events, e.g. clinic scenario, day
Birth and the like (Tyre, Segal, Rom 2012 (2012). The representation of the scenarios was created and built with the help of the different senses
Of man.
The current study examined the quality of the scenario among children with significant visual impairment and children with
Complete blindness between the ages of 3-6 compared to children with normal vision. Both populations were transferred
Tests that represent different aspects of scenarios such as troubleshooting, scenario planning, and item definition
Typical of the scenario.

The findings revealed that the two groups that participated in the study knew a variety of scenarios, but agreed
The scenarios of children with visual impairment are less high quality in different metrics: in linguistic wealth,
Relevance and precision. In addition, the study revealed that it took a lot of mediation for children with visual impairment to describe
Literally the scenario sedivers.
This study is extremely significant for parents and educators working with a population of children with
Visual impairment because it can be inferred from it the appropriate way of studying to complete the barriers that appear
In children with a vision impairment in familiarity with the various scenarios.

Reading the study various aspects of knowing scenarios among children with blindness and visual impairment compared to children with normal vision – Naomi Yishai

Thank you to Naomi for an important research project and contributing to the continued significant work in Ganei Elia.

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