How many books are there in libraries, children's rooms and kindergartens? There is not much, right? Children with visual impairment problems about typographic images? There are three available in the Slovenian libraries, tip elements, braille and Slovenian text, with a larger conventional font, says. Nina Schmidt, An IRIS Center Librarian (Center for Educational, Rehabilitation, Inclusion and Counseling, and Visually Impaired). "In our library, we only have 150 tipkeads, all in one copy, because they are hand-made".
He was most concerned with the selection of materials.
Now the extraordinary product will be the penguin tip and the most mysterious, durable and heart-shaped work Mateja Jerina Gubanc, prof. Mag. before. Vodmate nursery school in Ljubljana has been teaching children at the eye clinic for a number of years. Penguins are the first Slovenian type and image book, that is, the black-and-white illustrations that promote the visual perception of each child, even if it is visually impaired or healthy. "Contrasting is very useful especially for children with high difficulty to detect clean and clean forms. Content and relief illustrations promote research, reflection and discovery."
The Mateja Jerina Gubanc product will fill the void to educate the blind children. IRUDI: UKC Ljubljana
Mateja Jerina Gubanc has already worked with her colleagues for two types: Goal, eye doctor (author Manca Tekavčič Pompe) and Chicken Pike (author's permit) Marjana Mančka) Used by the Clinic and the IRIS center, the Penguin is his first autobiography. Mateja educator and her colleagues do not make it easy for blind and visually impaired children, even though a child born from the eyes is not very demanding, but rather those who are compelled to satisfy: all the progress is incredibly fortunate.
The next year for everyone
In the presentation of this important achievement, Mateja favored the commitment of children's blind and visually impaired education, emphasizing the knowledge of psychological development and didactics, and emphasized the experience of Nursery Director Vodmate Marta Korošec, former head of the clinical clinic. dr. Brignya Drnovsek Olup and Director of Children's Department doc. dr. Manca Tekavčič Pompe.
In manufacturing, they will select materials that will play mostly gems, sand, earth, grass and water.
The only handmade copy of the Penguins will be given to the IRIS Center, "it produces a second copy and we will use it at the clinic and nursery, so closer to the blind world is easier for the eyes," says the author. Help him Andrej Adamek, Janja Hana Jamnikar, Maja Weixler, Manja Žugman, Robert Resman. How many hours did Penguins train, they did not count, but certainly a lot. Everything is done by hand, thoughtful and in detail, because it is conceived for children who are deprived (good) viewpoints and, therefore, to fulfill the other senses, especially kind.
Content and relief illustrations encourage exploration, thinking and knowledge.
Manufacturing, gems, sand, earth, grass, water … there were the most important possibilities to play it. These books are difficult and expensive to print (binding, braille, special embossing, each copy requires manual finishing). …), which is why it is particularly special, but next year, Penguins will reach a wider circle of readers, despite the complexity of the press, Lekarna decided to support Ljubljana publishing house.