الاثنين، 24 مارس، 2014

The role of educational technology in improving knowledge for students with visual disabilities



This study aimed to identify: "The role of educational technology in improving knowledge for students with visual disabilities". The researcher used a random sample is the 40 students at Centre for the Visually Impaired. I have used the descriptive analytical method, in addition to some statistical methods, which included the expense of averages, and Spearman, and T test, and alpha Krumbach, and analysis of variance.

Where used both the standard of education and achievement as a tool to study both involved from 1-15 and the other from 16-30, respectively.

F The study found the following results:

1- There is no statistically significant difference in the role of educational technology to improve the knowledge for students with visual disabilities due to the variable sex "Male - Female".

2-There is no statistically significant differences in the role of educational technology to improve the knowledge for students with visual disabilities due to the variable type of disability "part - whole".

3- There is no statistically significant difference in the role of educational technology to improve the knowledge for students with visual disabilities due to the variable nature of disability "acquired - since birth".

4-There is no statistically significant differences in the role of educational technology to improve the knowledge for students with visual disabilities due to the variable place of residence "village - camp - city".

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