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Visual Perception (EDU & OT)

A set of interactive exercises that promote the improvement and development of visual perception, concentration, and attention based on a visual analyzer.
This DEMO represents less than 5% of the entire Visual Perception product.
In psychology and education, visual perception is broadly defined as the ability to understand and interpret visual experiences. This is essentially the central nervous system’s response to visual stimuli. According to M. Frostig and D. Horne (1972), visual perception “involves the ability to recognize, differentiate, and interpret visual stimuli by referencing prior experiences.” The Visual Perception (EDU & OT) program is an interactive product inspired by the Marianne Frostig method.
This definition underscores the central nervous system’s role in processing visual stimuli. The authors emphasize that what’s formed on the retina is just a visual impression, with the actual interpretation happening in the brain.
Key aspects of visual perception critical for children’s development and learning include:
  1. Figure and background perception,
  2. Constancy perception,
  3. Perception of object placement in space,
  4. Visual-motor coordination,
  5. Spatial relationship perception (Frostig & Horne, 1972).
It is most appropriate for therapists and teachers who support visual perception in children aged 4+ but can be adapted for any age/need.
The program can be used in 1:1 and group sessions, as a stand-alone practice, or as supplemental practice with other activities.
The product is designed for corrective, remedial, as well as didactic and compensatory classes.
What the Visual Perception (EDU & OT) program consists of:
  • Over 600 interactive screens (games, puzzles, matching, etc.)
  • Online access to content to use at any place at any time (e.g., school, home, therapy office, on-the-go-, etc.)
  • Multiple opportunities to practice
  • Printable worksheets for additional practice
  • Customizable practice, including options for hints, fewer options to minimize distractions, and a progress panel
  • Easy descriptions including written and recorded instructions
  • Data on progress