International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences
Int. j. adv. appl. sci.
Print ISSN: 2313-626X
Volume 4, Issue 3 (March 2017), Pages: 68-72
Title: A prototype development of visual perception diagnosis games for autism children
Author(s): Helmi Adly Mohd Noor 1, *, Faaizah Shahbodin 2, Gede Pramudya Ananta 2, Cik Ku Nuraini Che Ku Mohd 2, Syarifah Nadiyah Razali 3, Mohd Sazali Khalid 4, Rahimah Kassim 1, Fauziah Abdul Rahman 1, Zirawani Baharum 1
1Malaysian Institute of Industrial Technology, Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Malaysia
2Department of Interactive Media, Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia
3Kolej Komuniti Selandar, Melaka, Malaysia
4Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization, Regional Centre for Education in Science and Mathematics, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
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In order to minimize the negative effects of autism, early identification and diagnosis are the solutions to get students on the right road to dealing with the problems related to autism and overcoming them. The objective of this research is to develop serious games as a tool for special education teachers to diagnose visual perception problems in autistic students. The development of the visual perception diagnosis games is using the Chalfant diagnosis theory. These diagnostic tools show that it assist and help teachers to diagnose their autism students without the teachers needing to have some experience and knowledge of diagnosing visual perception. This prototype will be a high-tech solution to diagnosing visual perception problems designed for autistic children.
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This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/).
Keywords: Autism, Autistic children, Serious games, Special education, Visual perception
Article History: Received 6 November 2016, Received in revised form 11 January 2017, Accepted 15 January 2017
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Noor HAM, Shahbodin F, Ananta GP, Mohd CKNCK, Razali SN, Khalid MS, Kassim R, Rahman FA, and Baharum Z (2017). A prototype development of visual perception diagnosis games for autism children. International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences, 4(3): 68-72
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