Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Differences in the Pattern of Control of the Cerebral Hemispheres' Functions between Female Ordinary and Dyslexia Students in intermediate Stages


Abdulrahman Ali Bedaiwy and Hajar Hawass Al-Shammari

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221116

Keywords: Cerebral Control, Cerebral Hemispheres, Dyslexia, Intermediate Stage


Abstract

The study aimed to determine the pattern of control of the cerebral hemispheres' functions between female ordinary students and those with dyslexia. The aim is also to compare these two groups using the descriptive method. The sample included 52 female ordinary students and 10 female students of dyslexia at middle school in Dammam and Qatif cities. Diagnostic Assessment Scale of Reading Difficulties of Al-Zayat (2007)', 'Crane Scale to Alert Cognitive Pattern (1989)', 'Arabization & Rationing of Hammouri (2020) were applied. In addition, the psychometric properties were verified in more than one way. The results showed no statistically significant differences in the pattern of control of the functions of the cerebral hemispheres among female ordinary students and those of dyslexia. The results also indicated that the dominant pattern among them is integrative. Based on these findings, the researchers recommend the necessity to diversify the use of educational strategies and activities that contribute to the revitalization of the cerebral hemispheres in public education classes, and in the integrated classes of students with learning difficulties.

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