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Title: Efficacy of Multimedia Instructional Strategies in children with Moderate Intellectual Disability
Researcher: Gigi.K Varghese
Guide(s): Sambath Rani K
Keywords: Intellectual Disability
University: Avinashilingam Deemed University For Women
Completed Date: 24.08.2017
Abstract: Education is an imperative for the development of an individual. It enriches people s perceptive of newlinethemselves and the world around. It improves the quality of being and leads to broad social benefits to the newlinepeople and society. Days of conventional teaching and learning from books have given way to the use of newlinemultimedia in education. Today multimedia has become an important part of education all over the world. newlineTeaching and learning for children with intellectual disability is a unique process as well as a challenge for the newlineteachers and the approach used need to be varied individually. Even though there are some research studies newlineconducted on the related issues of learning of science concepts among other disabilities. newlineThe knowledge of children with moderate intellectual disability before and after intervention differed newlinesignificantly as the retention rate increases with the usage of Multimedia Instructional Strategy.There is a newlinesignificant sustainability in the acquired knowledge on the parts of the body, Animals, Water, Plants, Seasons, newlineLiving and Non-living things during the follow up. newlineIt is an innovative integrated intervention approach for children with Intellectual disability. newlineMultimedia teaching learning methods arise the interest of the children to learn the concept effectively, and it newlinewill pave the ways for the learning more interestingly. This research is helpful to the policy makers to reexamine newlinethe present policy structure on multimedia accessibility and to update their policies appropriate. The newlineuse of Multimedia Instructional Strategies in the classroom for children with intellectual disability will pave newlineway for encouraging positive results in acquisition, maintenance and transfer of learning functional skills to newlinelearn science concepts with the less effort and in a short duration. newlineMajor objectives : newlineand#61623; Identify children with Moderate Intellectual Disability belonging to the age group of 7 to 12 years newlineenrolled in special schools. newlineand#61623; Explore the current knowledge on science concepts in children with moderate
Pagination: 214 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/208543
Appears in Departments:Department of Special Education

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