Development of Visual-Motor Coordination in Children with Neurological Dysfuntions

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Development of Visual-Motor Coordination in Children with Neurological Dysfuntions
  1. Motor system
    1. controls movements provided by sensory system
      1. During early phases, Motor Babbling is present
        1. With practice, skills, accuracy and velocity increase
          1. Dynamic tripod grip
            1. Drawing Skill
              1. to learn literacy and numeracy
                1. 3 stages
                  1. scribbles (2 years)
                    1. Pre-schematic
                      1. Tadpole (first human figure attempt)
                        1. Graphic communication
                        2. Schematic
              2. Visual-Motor Coordination
                1. Vision matches movement control
                  1. foundational skill for precise fine movements
                    1. Drawing and hand Writing provide head control
                      1. Handwritting Skill
                        1. forming letters, figures, numbers or significant symbols
                          1. speed, shape, alignment, size and spacing depend on V-M coordination
                          2. prerequisites for it's adquisition
                            1. accurate processing of tactile and kinaesthetic information
                              1. V-M coordination, motor planning, cognitive and perceptual skills
                      2. Perception of motion
                    2. Visual system
                      1. Good pshysical maturation developes
                        1. Visual perception
                          1. Spatial Relationship
                            1. Academic skills: writing, reading, spelling and math
                            2. Visual discrimination
                              1. Form Constancy
                                1. Figure Ground
                                  1. Visual Closure
                                    1. Visual Memory
                                  2. Visual Qualities are perceived in the early infancy
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