عنوان مقاله [English]
Human skill is considered as an effective factor in the growth and development of individual and social life, which can play a significant role in his relationship with the surroundings of mankind. Finally, self-restraint training leads to the improvement of the quality of life and provides ideas for better living. The discussion of architectural and urban space design is one of the ancient and primary problems of mankind, which until today has created diverse thoughts and views in philosophy, art and architecture. The sense of sight is considered as the most powerful sense and plays a significant role in understanding and deliberating the other senses. The importance of the level of skill training of the blind and the mechanisms related to them, as well as the participation of this group in the research process for intervention and plans to improve the quality of life of the blind should be taken into account. In the present article, in the direction and in the form of an experimental activity, this category has been addressed via a descriptive and analytical method and based on quantitative and qualitative data. First, by relying on the method of comparative analysis of the tests before and after the training courses, and then to check the normality of the distribution of the variables using the Shaypro-Wilk test and in order to check the skill level of the blind in the pre- and post-training courses, the "Khidu" test was applied, finally to conclude and determine the significance level of the courses, the sign test was used and analyzed. The results of these investigations expressed that using the methods of preliminary education of architecture and urban planning in this matter can have a significant effect on improving the quality and quantity of architectural and urban space design for the blind. Also, these results proved that the quality of life of the blind can be improved by using appropriate educational methods.
1. Increasing the level of perception of urban space and architecture for the blind.
2. Investigating the function of education on the level of perception and skill learning of the blind.
1. How to improve the quality of architectural and urban spaces for the blind?
2. Can the skill training of blind people in architectural and urban space design improve the quality of life of this group?