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Research Paper | Psychology Science | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018
Training Design of Visual Perception Program for Teachers in SD Kebon Maen Depok Community
Dr Wazar Pulungan | Leni Sintorini  | Hapsiawati 
Abstract: Learning difficulties are the difference between achievement and children's intellectual capacity. Learning difficulties turned out to be related to the problem of developing visual perception, potential intelligence actually had no problems. Learning difficulties can manifest in the form of perceptual disturbances that result in children often failing to read or count, because there are difficulties recognizing certain symbols. Students who do not have readiness for perception in following the learning process experience problems that will disrupt their learning activities. The failure of students in completing the task was eventually considered by some teachers to be due to the intelligence that children have. Lack of teacher's knowledge of visual perception ability often makes teachers have difficulty distinguishing children from learning difficulties caused by impaired visual perception with children with low intelligence abilities. For this reason, training is given to teachers to reduce the risk of mistakenly handling children who have learning difficulties by using teacher training methods through visual perception which is able to increase teacher's knowledge in understanding visual perceptual difficulties in students at SD kebon maen Depok.
Keywords: Visual Perception, Training Teacher
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018,
Pages: 500 - 504
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