Child with Medium Mental Deficiency - Working Methods


  • Marius Nicolae Danubius University of Galati
  • Neaga Susanu Danubius University of Galati


intelligence; G factor; intellectual activity; tests for IQ measurement; thinking; behavior


Intelligence is the most important skill of a human being. This determines how it relates
and assumes the assimilation and processing of information as well as the efficiency of the behavior.
Intelligence appears as a system of stable qualities of the individual that is manifested in the quality of
intellectual activity centered on thinking. Intelligence can be evaluated through different tests. In the
presented case, the RAVEN color test was used to establish IQ and to develop an adapted curriculum,
needed in the education of pupils with a liminal IQ or less. Riding to law students with a low IQ has a
support teacher with whom he works 2 to 4 hours a week. The adapted curriculum is recommended
by a committee of specialists following the evaluation result and is developed by the teacher in
collaboration with a team of psycho-pedagogue specialists, psychologist, speech therapist.

Author Biographies

Marius Nicolae, Danubius University of Galati

Student the 2year, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization

Neaga Susanu, Danubius University of Galati

Senior Lecturer, PhD, Faculty of Communication and International Relations, Specialization


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