The Development of Intelligence Test Media for Children with Hearing Impairment

  title={The Development of Intelligence Test Media for Children with Hearing Impairment},
  author={A. Rafikayati and Sambira and Mudhar},
Children with hearing impairment known to have an average IQ below average. After further analysis the results are obtained because the tests given are verbal test. Whereas for children with hearing impairment, they have difficulty in understanding verbal language. Therefore, it is necessary to develop intelligence tests media adjusted to their characteristics. The aim of this study was to describe the intelligence test media as product developed and to describe the feasibility of product… Expand

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