A Study on Developing Visual Perception Ability of Grade 1 Students with Mild Intellectual Disabilities Through Contour Drawing Activities

Authors

  • รพีพรรณ จันทรพล
  • กนกพร วิบูลย์พัฒนวงศ
  • จักรพงษ์ แพทย์หลักฟ้า
  • ไพฑูรย โพธิสาร

Keywords:

Visual Perception Ability, Students, Mild Intellectual Disabilities, Contour Drawing

Abstract

The purpose of this research was to study on visual perception ability of grade 1 students with mild intellectual disabilities through contour drawing activities. The paticipants of the study were 6 students with mild intellectual disabilities with no other disabilities. The students were selected by purposive sampling and were enrolled in Grade 1 of Phyathai School in Bangkok during the first semester of Academic Year 2015. The experiment lasted for the total of 5 weeks (25 sessions, forty minutes per session, one session a day, 5 days a week). The instruments used in this study were contour drawing activities plans, and the visual perception ability test. The data were analyzed using Median, Interquartile Range, The Signed Test for Median: One Sample and The
Wilcoxon Matched - Pairs Signed - Ranks Test. The results of the study were follows; 1) The visual perception ability of grade 1 students with mild intellectual disabilities after the use of the contour drawing activities plans were in medium level (Mdn = 13.17 from total score 20; t = 3, P-value = 0.656) 2) The visual perception ability of grade 1 students with mild intellectual disabilities after the use of the contour drawing
activities plans was in higher level. (T = 0, p < .05)

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Published

2019-09-04

How to Cite

จันทรพล ร., วิบูลย์พัฒนวงศ ก., แพทย์หลักฟ้า จ., & โพธิสาร ไ. (2019). A Study on Developing Visual Perception Ability of Grade 1 Students with Mild Intellectual Disabilities Through Contour Drawing Activities. Research and Development Journal Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 8(3), 105. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/irdssru/article/view/214570