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INDIVIDUALIZED TEACHING PROCESS FOR PUPILS WITH MODERATE MENTAL DISABILITY

INDIVIDUALIZED TEACHING PROCESS FOR PUPILS WITH MODERATE MENTAL DISABILITY
Vojtěch Gybas, Libor Klubal, Kateřina Kostolányová (Czech Republic)
 
Abstract: An individualized teaching process for pupils with moderate mental disabilities with the help of using mobile touch devices may be one of the forms of teaching to achieve better development of these students during the teaching process. Didactics of ICT for special primary schools, where pupils with moderate mental retardation are educated within the Czech Republic, is not precisely and clearly defined. Still, General educational program for elementary school contains a special educational area of Information and Communication technology, in which the work and content area is focused on work with the classic desktop, and it is not always acceptable in the case of students with moderate mental disabilities.
Touch screen technologies can be a very useful tool, and in many ways they even exceed, compensate and replace freely available printed educational material that is rather outdated. The first results obtained from the case studies suggest that this form of teaching may be also beneficial for pupils with moderate mental disabilities.
Keywords: Individualized teaching, mobile touch technology, iPads, moderate mental disability, special education needs.
INDIVIDUALIZED TEACHING PROCESS FOR PUPILS WITH MODERATE MENTAL DISABILITY
 
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