vol 17 no 2,2017

Environmental Aesthetic Sense in the Drawings of Outistic Children

Research Summary

The present study deals with the environmental aesthetic sense in children with autism through projective fees that they carry out the analysis.

To achieve the goal of the research the researchers designed a tool for the analysis of children's drawings which consisted of (6) key areas and (13) sub-area.The application the tool on the research community consisting of all children with autism regular attendance at the Institutes (Rami and Rahman specialist) for the care of people with autism and of the Ministry of Lab our and Social Affairs in Baghdad province, where numbered (68) boys and girls by 26 children and 14 girl Rami Institute and 18 baby girl and 10-Rahman Institute reconstruc between (7-11) years. In the light of the outcome the research was to reach a number of conclusions including: -

He autistic child can sense environmental beauty, and that the preferential qualities that have emerged in the child Hermit convergent with the psychological characteristics and communication particularly with environmental variables around it evidenced his sense of the beauty of these variables.

In light of the foregoing researchers recommended the need to pay greater attention to environmental education in our curriculum, especially the initial ones, to try to create a new emergence is among the goals of daily conservation. And creation of specialized governmental centers for children living with autism, the lack of such centers currently cause so many problems.

Aesthetic, Sense, Environment ,Autism.

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