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Date of Award

1976

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Educational and Counseling Psychology

Abstract

Since many educators and philosophers, including Montessori and Piaget, advocate training of the sense as a prerequisite to formal learning, and since two ERIC searches failed to turn up such research it was decided to test out it the use of a multi-sensory curriculum does influence the achievement level of young children.

Pages

53

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