INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL – RESEARCH ANALYSIS DATA / УМСТВЕНА ИЗОСТАНАЛОСТ И ИНФОРМАЦИОННИ ТЕХНОЛОГИИ В ГИМНАЗИАЛНА УЧИЛИЩНА СТЕПЕН – АНАЛИЗ НА РЕЗУЛТАТИ ОТ ИЗСЛЕДВАНЕ

Alexandros Chatzoglou

Abstract


Teaching intellectually disabled students is challenging enough, not to speak about teaching them specific school subjects, such as Information Technologies (IT). In this paper, we present some of the data we gathered during our research analysis and the insights we were able to observe in our students after implementing our teaching goals. This text presents data analyses as well as a summary of the results.

Обучението на ученици с умствена изостаналост е достатъчно предизвикателно и трудно, а това е в сила още повече, когато става дума за обучение по отделните учебни предмети, като например информационни технологии (ИТ). В настоящия доклад представяме част от данните, получени при провеждането на нашето изследване и явленията, които наблюдавахме сред нашите участници с умствена изостаналост, обучавани в гимназиална степен. Текстът включва анализ на данни и обобщение на получените резултати.

 

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intellectual disability, information technologies, secondary school level / умствена изостаналост, информационни технологии, гимназиална степен

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v9i8.4401

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