Adaptation of mobile games for children with hearing impairments

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Adaptation of mobile games for children with hearing impairments

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Terzieva Galena Todorova

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The aim of the article is to study the degree of mastery by the respondents of the method of Lieberman and Houston-Wilson for the adaptation of mobile games for children with hearing impairments. 41 third-year students majoring in Pre-school and Primary School Pedagogy are participating. The training is carried out during the summer semester of the academic year 2020/2021. It is conducted online and includes the following methods - lectures, discussions, case studies.

The summarized results show that 73.1% of the respondents have a high level of adaptations to the method. 22% of the students have some gaps in two or more areas, and 4.9% show a low level of skills.

Keywords

inclusive education
adapted physical education
pedagogical students

Authors

Terzieva Galena Todorova

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