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JVIB: Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness


Año 2008. Número 102 (4)

Braille: The Development of Phonological Awareness by Braille Users: A Review of the Research
Martin R. Monson and Sandy K. Bowen pp 210-220
This article presents a review of research on the development of phonological awareness by braille readers. The review determined that the relationship between phonological awareness and braille is uncertain because of the lack of commonality among the studies, the extent of contradictory findings, and the small number of studies involving beginning braille readers
Literacy Media: The Impact of the Perspectives of Teachers and Parents on the Literacy Media Selections for Independent Study of Students Who Are Visually Impaired
Vassilios S. Argyropoulos; Georgios D. Sideridis and Philippos Katsoulis pp 221-231
This study explored the choices of literacy media for independent study of students with visual impairments.The predictors that were taken into account were teachers' use of technology, experience in teaching, and mastery of braille and the knowledge of braille of students, parents, and close friends
Self-worth

Domain-Specific Ratings of Importance and Global Self-worth of Children with Visual Impairments
Deborah R. Shapiro; Aaron Moffett; Lauren Lieberman and Gail M. Dummer pp 232-244
This study examined perceived competence; ratings of importance of physical appearance, athletic competence, and social acceptance; discrepancy scores; and global self-worth of 43 children with visual impairments. The findings revealed that the children discounted the importance of physical appearance, athletic competence, and social acceptance and had moderately high ratings of global, or overall, self-worth. The results are discussed in relation to understanding the effects of discounting strategies on domain-specific and overall self-esteem
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