visual aids


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visual aids

Optical devices, often of a telescopic type, used by the visually handicapped to assist vision. Also known as low visual aids.
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This is why, for the second year running, we're holding a macular degeneration awareness day for local people with the condition - and their relatives - to come along and try out new visual aids, learn new techniques to make the best use of their eyesight and find out about various local support groups and charities.
Fifteen children with mild mental retardation were randomly allocated to receive either an 8-week intervention of the learning program with visual aids (n = 6) and learning program only (n = 5).
ADB SAFEGATE will also supply and commission all visual aids including transistor regulators, transformers, approach solutions (flashers, PAPI, approach lighting), energy efficient power solutions and mounting equipment.
presentations using visual aids were found to be about 43 percent more persuasive.
Therefore, this study is designed to investigate the effects of using visual aids on teaching volleyball skills to physical education students at the Hashemite University in Jordan.
Fifty patients with low vision who attended the low vision clinic were examined for low visual aids acceptance and improvement of acuity, fields or ability to carry out their daily activities.
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One of them is the use of visual aids which should be clear and understandable.
They should be guided through the childbirth process with explanations in simple terms accompanied by helpful visual aids (Sauls, 2010).
Specific objectives of the paper are to assess the variety of family planning services offered in public and private facilities and also compare public and private facilities in terms of availability of visual aids for family planning education; family planning methods offered; and availability of guidelines or protocols for family planning services.
This collection of activities, written by two experienced music education professionals, is filled with creative, practical ideas and reproducible visual aids and manipulatives.
Kress (2003), defined visual aids as natural or man made symbols or objects used creatively to educate or sensitize a target audience on visible actions that can be followed in getting things done appropriately.