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2017 | 8 | 1 | 228-234
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Interactive-Multimedia Playful Game Sheets and Panels for Preschool Institutes

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Abstracts
ICT in educational process crashes classic theory of psychological development of the child. According to them, the process of adopting of new concepts (thought process) in pre-school insti-tutes ranges from perception of the senses (sight, hearing, touch), speech and direct manipulation of real objects (teaching resources), towards the creation of abstract concepts. In other words, that child would “see the object in their head”, had to “see it and touch it with the hand!” first. With the introduction of modern educational technology, the whole process of learning and assessment of knowledge moved to the virtual environment. Perceptual abilities, compensated realistic tactile impressions and direct manipulation but not at the expense of the quality of learning. Examples from practice confirm that. The paper aims at presenting samples of interactive-multimedia game sheets and panels for future base of E-didactic materials from the Methodology of developing initial mathematical concepts for preschool needs.
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8
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1
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228-234
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published
2017
Contributors
  • College of Vocational School, Subotica, Vocational Training for Preschool Teachers and Sports Trainers, Subotica, Serbia
  • College of Vocational School, Subotica, Vocational Training for Preschool Teachers and Sports Trainers, Subotica, Serbia
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