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2016 | 1 | 131-148
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NURTY BADAWCZE WE WSPÓŁCZESNYCH ZAGRANICZNYCH STUDIACH POŚWIĘCONYCH PROBLEMATYCE NIEPEŁNOSPRAWNOŚCI WZROKOWEJ

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FIELDS OF RESEARCH IN CONTEMPORARY STUDIES OF VISUALLY IMPAIRMENTS IN OTHER COUNTRIES
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W artykule zaprezentowano współczesne zagraniczne kierunki badań naukowych oraz prac rozwojowych w obszarze edukacji i rehabilitacji osób z dysfunkcją wzroku. Zidentyfikowano następujące główne nurty badawczo-wdrożeniowe: edukacja brajlowska, tyflograficzna i technologie wspomagające – strategie na rzecz nauczania przedmiotów ścisłych; współczesna orientacja przestrzenna osób niewidomych i słabowidzących, uwarunkowania oraz jej efektywność jako predyktor zatrudnienia; aktywność fizyczna osób z dysfunkcją wzroku – stan oraz wytyczne edukacyjno-rehabilitacyjne. Podsumowaniem analiz są konkluzje odnoszące się do zagadnień metodologicznych oraz prakseologicznych.
EN
The article discusses contemporary directions of research and implementation in the field of functioning, education and rehabilitation of blind and visually impaired people. It presents the following main directions: Braille literacy, tactile graphic competences and assistive technologies – strategies in teaching science; contemporary research in orientation and mobility, effectiveness of this process as a predictor of employment; the physical activity of persons with blindness or low vision – data and educational and rehabilitational instructions. The summary of analysis contains methodological and praxeological conclusions.
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2016
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