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A Smart Toy to Enhance the Decision-Making Process at Children’s Psychomotor Delay Screenings: A Pilot Study

A Smart Toy to Enhance the Decision-Making Process at Children’s Psychomotor Delay Screenings: A... S1: Summary of interactions and phrases used during the experiment Event Experimenter Child The experimenter make the tower with "Look, I'm going to make a tower looks at the tower the stackable cubes in with these cubes right here." the marked position The experimenter returns the cubes to initial position "Now I would like you to make a listens to the tower just like I did" experimenter Wait for the child to make the tower Cubes send data to (If the child drops the cubes, the tries to make the tower collector module experimenter suggests to put them back in the tower) Thanks child’s participation with a End of the verbal reward: "you have done it receives a sticker as a experiment for each very well", and with an attractive reward child sticker S2: Criteria for experts’ assessment Numerica Meaning l score 10 Tower well aligned, in the indicated place, performed quickly 9 Tower well aligned, in the indicated place, performed at medium speed 8 Tower well aligned, in the indicated place, performed at slow speed 7 Tower well aligned, in a wrong place, performed quickly 6 Leaning but not falling, made in the indicated place, performed at slow speed 5 Leaning but not falling, made in a wrong place, performed at slow speed 4 The child is able to stack 4 cubes in the indicated place 3 The child is able to stack 3 cubes in the indicated place 2 The child is able to stack 2 cubes in the indicated place 1 The child is able to stack 1 cubes in the indicated place S3: Professional profile of the experts Expert Professional Profile Developmental Expert in cognitive and language development Psychologist Physiotherapist Expert in therapy for childhood disabilities Educator 1 Teacher expert in early attention Educator 2 Expert in teaching for inclusion http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Medical Internet Research Unpaywall

A Smart Toy to Enhance the Decision-Making Process at Children’s Psychomotor Delay Screenings: A Pilot Study

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S1: Summary of interactions and phrases used during the experiment Event Experimenter Child The experimenter make the tower with "Look, I'm going to make a tower looks at the tower the stackable cubes in with these cubes right here." the marked position The experimenter returns the cubes to initial position "Now I would like you to make a listens to the tower just like I did" experimenter Wait for the child to make the tower Cubes send data to (If the child drops the cubes, the tries to make the tower collector module experimenter suggests to put them back in the tower) Thanks child’s participation with a End of the verbal reward: "you have done it receives a sticker as a experiment for each very well", and with an attractive reward child sticker S2: Criteria for experts’ assessment Numerica Meaning l score 10 Tower well aligned, in the indicated place, performed quickly 9 Tower well aligned, in the indicated place, performed at medium speed 8 Tower well aligned, in the indicated place, performed at slow speed 7 Tower well aligned, in a wrong place, performed quickly 6 Leaning but not falling, made in the indicated place, performed at slow speed 5 Leaning but not falling, made in a wrong place, performed at slow speed 4 The child is able to stack 4 cubes in the indicated place 3 The child is able to stack 3 cubes in the indicated place 2 The child is able to stack 2 cubes in the indicated place 1 The child is able to stack 1 cubes in the indicated place S3: Professional profile of the experts Expert Professional Profile Developmental Expert in cognitive and language development Psychologist Physiotherapist Expert in therapy for childhood disabilities Educator 1 Teacher expert in early attention Educator 2 Expert in teaching for inclusion

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Journal of Medical Internet ResearchUnpaywall

Published: May 19, 2017

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