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Parents, educators and children: perceptions on dyspraxia
(University of the Free State, 2013-02)
English: Dyspraxia is a developmental condition in which the ability to ideate, plan and execute new and novel actions is impaired (Bundy, Lane & Murray, 2002:477- 478). The aim of this study was to investigate the child’s, ...
Performance skills of Grade 1 learners: educators' knowledge and attitude
(University of the Free State, 2010-11-30)
English: South African children’s performance in reading, numeracy and writing performance is well below expected levels. In the Quality Improvement, Development, Support and Upliftment Programme Baseline Study (QIDS-UP) ...
Eye movements and postural alignment in children with cerebral palsy
(University of the Free State, 2013-06)
English: The level of severity of disability may have increased among children with cerebral palsy and therefore continued monitoring of the characteristics of children with cerebral palsy is necessary. Cerebral palsy (CP) ...
Die voorkoms van visuele persepsieprobleme en die effektiwiteit van arbeidsterapie groepbehandeling onder Graad 1 kleurling leerders
(University of the Free State, 2006-11)
Visueel-perseptuele vaardighede speel 'n belangrike rol in 'n kind se suksesvolle vordering op skool. Graad 1-leerders word gekonfronteer met belangrike ontwikkelingstake, soos skoolaanpassing, sosiale aktiwiteite en ...