Mathematics play education of deaf and hard-of-hearing students

Authors: Birukova I.I., Kulikova O.V. Published: 30.06.2016
Published in issue: #5(43)/2016  
DOI: 10.18698/2306-8477-2016-5-361  
Category: Technological aspects of the engineering education | Chapter: Pedagogics  
Keywords: students with impaired hearing, the teaching of mathematics, motivation, attention, memory

The potential of the play education has long been used in teaching. The article considers the advisability of the didactic games in conducting classes for hard-of-hearing students. Three educational games on the topics of the "Analytical Geometry" and "Mathematical Analysis" courses, studied in the first year of the department of the BMSTU Center for Complex Rehabilitation of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (GUIMC) are suggested as an illustration. The effect of these games on the process of teaching students with hearing impairments is analyzed.

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