E-studies and mastering of educational material for people with visual perception and visual–motor integration problems - topical issues and perspectives

Jelena Turlisova, Anita Jansone


Today educational and study environment is no longer viewed separately from different electronic technologies – the educational system must comply with the tendencies of today electronic era, which also comply with modern people “electronic” daily routine. Educational and study processes must be assessed from the perspectives of use and the development tendencies of various electronic technologies in order to interest contemporary youth in the learning process. The modern educational process and the introduction of information technologies in the remote learning process cannot be viewed separately from the basic processes of the human body and visual perception. Modern technologies motivate to ease not only the learning process but also to analyze learning results in order to develop individual correction plan for every person. This article discusses the causes and possible solutions for ensuring the availability of e-studies and acquiring learning materials for people with visual-motor and visual perception integration issues.


Computerized evaluation; DTVP -2; E-study; E-study environment; Visual–motor integration; Visual perception

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21533/pen.v7i1.374


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