ICTs and Montessori for Learning Disabilities

  • Drigas A
  • Gkeka E
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Abstract

This paper concentrates on the Montessori philosophy and examines how this learning theory currently gives credence to cognitive processes of the mind, as suitable intervention used to the training of children with learning disabilities. Furthermore, Montessori’s system and materials in combination with the support of new technologies as well as their implementation on various kinds of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have great successes regarding the support of disability and the enhancement of learning process.

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Drigas, A., & Gkeka, E. G. (2017). ICTs and Montessori for Learning Disabilities. International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science & IT (IJES), 5(3), 77. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijes.v5i3.7384

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