Visual perception in early childhood education [Percepción visual en la primera infancia educativa]

Loreleine Sorange Orellana Garibaldi, Carlos Sixto Vega Vilca, Gladys Edith Condorchua Bravo, Janet Carpio Mendoza


The objective of the research was to compare the level of visual perception in four-year-old children of the Innova Schools educational institutions in the districts of Rímac and San Martín de Porres. The research was biased with a quantitative approach of a basic type and with a non-experimental cross-sectional design of a comparative descriptive level. The sample was eighty. The technique was the observation and the checklist served as an instrument to collect the data through an inventory of visual perception TEORE, which was developed by the authors. The instrument was analyzed and accepted by three experts who validated the application; the reliability value was obtained with the KR20 test of 0.882. The result was a 100% achievement for the Innova Schools of Rimac and 97.5% for the San Martin de Porres. It was concluded that there are no significant differences in the variable visual perception in the four-year-old children of the educational institutions Innova Schools districts of Rímac and San Martín de Porres. Given this, it was concluded that the students of the Innova Schools of the Rímac campus have a better visual perception development than the students of the Innova Schools of San Martín; however, they could still strengthen this capacity.


Visual perception, discrimination, form, orientation

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