Understanding and Support for Children with Blindness and Visual Impairment University of Tsukuba
To gain a better understanding of the findings of visual impairment and how to provide educational support.
Beginning with the definition of visual impairment, students will understand its physiological and psychological characteristics and will be able to learn and explain the knowledge that will be useful in supporting it.
Analytical thinking skills in Disability Sciences Practical skills in Disability Sciences
Students who have already earned credits for CE23041 'Understanding and Support for Children with Blindness and Visual Impairment' (the course opened until last academic year, 2 credits) may not take this class.
Grades will be evaluated by the following two-step procedure: (1) A quiz will be given after each lecture, taking into consideration the content listed in the achievement objectives. The total score of all quizzes must be 70%. (2) A final report will be given on a comprehensive assignment related to the content covered in the lectures, which must be solved to obtain 60% of the full score. Grades A+ to C will be assigned based on the total score of the final report (80%) and the quiz (20%).
What is Disability?What is visual impairment?Development of visual function and support for infants' eyeSurgical acquisition of vision and its developmental support for congenital blindnessCharacteristics of visual perception and reading of low vision and its supportLow vision simulation exerciseBasics of visual acuity, measurement exercises, and its research topicsBasics of visual field, measurement exercise, and its research topicsBasics of eye movements, measurement exercise, and its research topicsCurrent status and future view of visual impairment in Japan and the world
Online Course Requirement
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Kakizawa Toshibumi
Email address: kakizawa”@”human.tsukuba.ac.jp ”@”を@に書き換えのこと
Link to the syllabus provided by the university