2 edition of Television-mediated education for the visualy impaired found in the catalog.
Television-mediated education for the visualy impaired
Thomas H. Bikson
|Statement||Thomas H. Bikson, Tora K. Bikson, Samuel M. Genensky.|
|Contributions||Bikson, Tora K., 1940-, Genensky, S. M., Rand Corporation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 46 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Buy Television-mediated education for the visualy impaired: A longitudinal investigation (Rand paper series) by Thomas H Bikson (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Thomas H Bikson. Interactive closed circuit classroom television systems were installed in two special education classrooms to evaluate their impact on learning experiences of severely visually impaired elementary students.
During a 3 year experimental period data were collected from approximately 14 students measuring achievement, visual motor integration, visual memory, and relevant social psychological Author: Thomas H.
Bikson, Tora K. Bikson, Samuel M. Genensky. Interactive closed circuit classroom television systems were installed in two special education classrooms to evaluate their impact on learning experience of severely visually impaired students.
During a three-year experimental period data were collected from approximately 14 elementary students measuring achievement, visual-motor integration Author: Thomas H. Bikson, Tora K.
Bikson, Samuel M. Genensky. Research on children's television suggests that preschool programs can facilitate literacy and language development. In Whitehurst and Lonigan described two interdependent sets of skills involved in literacy acquisition: "outside-in" or oral language skills and "inside-out" or code-related by:.