The Impact of Using Technology in the Behavior of Children with Special Needs

Ardiana Mali, Rudina Zhugli, Hajdina Dyli

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/CSNME.2018.004

Abstract


The influence of television is powerful in creating opinions, in modeling behaviors and in character formation in children with special needs. The purpose of this study is to analyze through a qualitative analysis the impact of technological means such as television on the development and formation of positive and negative behaviors in children with special needs.


Keywords


technological tools; disability; imitation-modeling

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