الانفوجرافيك المتحرك ذو التلميحات لتنمية بعض المفاهيم الجغرافية لدى الأطفال ذوى متلازمة داون
This research aims to reveal the effectiveness of presenting motion infographics accompanied by cues (visual- auditory- audiovisual) for Down syndrome children in developing some geographical concepts. The three- group quasi- experimental design was relied upon. The research sample consisted of 18 children and they were divided into three groups, each group consists of 6 boys and girls of Down syndrome, and the research tools consisted of a list of geographical concepts for Down syndrome children and the scale of geographical concepts for Down syndrome children.
The conclusion of the research presented in the effectiveness of the motion infographics- regardless of the type of the cues- from the results of the modified gain ratios of the experimental groups. The research also concluded the effectiveness of the motion infographics accompanied by audiovisual cues, followed by the motion infographics accompanied by visual cues and finally the motion infographics accompanied by audio cues"Arranged”.
The research recommends the use of motion infographics accompanied by visual audio cues Down syndrome children to attract attention and focus on concepts and information specific to ease of learning