Kipen M.N., Yakovlev A.N.
The estimation of gender and age peculiarities of pupils with bilateral neurosensory hypoacusis
Polessky State University, Brest, Republic of Belarus
Vestnik VGMU. 2019;18(1):78-84.
A comprehensive study of the patterns of gender and age peculiarities formation in children with hearing deprivation in modern conditions, including conducting longitudinal studies in the field of morphofunctional and psychophysiological growth of such children, is currently one of the priority areas of research in the field of not only age physiology, but also pedagogy of children and adolescents in inclusive education.
Gender and age peculiarities of the development of a child with disabilities are one of the main objectively amenable to the study and comparison indicators of his/her health status as well as an objective criterion.
We have proposed an experimental correctional-developmental program of classes on a sporting trampoline, using the experience of «Akrosport» based on the consideration of age and sex characteristics.
The article deals with the features of introducing effective methods of physical education into the pedagogical process, which in the daily mode «Sports Hour» provide adaptation of children with bilateral neurosensory hypoacusis of I-IV degree to physical exertion.
Taking into account the indices of psychophysiological testing (visual-motor reactions, etc.) makes it possible to find the best way of developing and improving motor-coordination abilities.
The parameters of visual-motor reactions have been studied and grouped according to age and gender peculiarities of schoolchildren with hearing pathologies that are characterized by positive dynamics while conducting a pedagogical experiment.
Key words: visual-motor reactions, bilateral neurosensory hypoacusis, children with hearing impairment.
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Information about authors:
Kipen M.N. – Master of Pedagogical Sciences, lecturer of the Chair of Health-Improvement & Adaptation Physical Training, Polessky State University;
Yakovlev A.N. – Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, associate professor of the Chair of Health-Improvement & Adaptation Physical Training, Polessky State University.