Student : Analytic Perception

Analytic Perception enhances students' ability to differentiate ( divide a whole into its part). and integrate ( join parts into a whole). Adaptation to the world depends upon the flexibility to alternate between these two perceptual processes. A result of their experiences with the task in this instrumet, students begin to differentiate between inner and outer sources of reference. They are then able to form and discriminately use internal referents to process information and too structure and restructure their varied life experiences.

  • Comparison to the model.
  • Establishment of relationship between parts and between the parts of the model.
  • Categoriztion of parts according to their shapes and colors.
  • Visual transport of parts to the model.

Collections: FIE Standard

Type: FIE Standard