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Griffin, Kim – Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2023
Sensory needs are being recognised as a vital part of learning, development and engagement within the classroom and are being used more often to make education both accessible and fun. To harness the full potential of sensory supports, using these strategies correctly is key! This is the essential guide to using sensory strategies successfully…
Descriptors: Sensory Experience, Multisensory Learning, Motion, Perceptual Development
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Seidl, Amanda H.; Indarjit, Michelle; Borovsky, Arielle – Developmental Science, 2024
Infants experience language in rich multisensory environments. For example, they may first be exposed to the word applesauce while touching, tasting, smelling, and seeing applesauce. In three experiments using different methods we asked whether the number of distinct senses linked with the semantic features of objects would impact word recognition…
Descriptors: Multisensory Learning, Vocabulary Development, Toddlers, Visual Stimuli
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Schroer, Sara E.; Yu, Chen – Developmental Science, 2023
Most research on early language learning focuses on the objects that infants see and the words they hear in their daily lives, although growing evidence suggests that motor development is also closely tied to language development. To study the real-time behaviors required for learning new words during free-flowing toy play, we measured infants'…
Descriptors: Attention Control, Language Acquisition, Play, Toys
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Cosentino, Giulia; Giannakos, Michail – IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 2023
Smart learning environments (SLEs) leverage technological developments to enable effective, engaging, and personalized learning. SLEs rely on sensor and advanced interconnectivity capabilities to infer and reason. A natural set of affordances for SLEs are those of multisensory environments (MSEs). MSEs enable humans to make full use of their…
Descriptors: Multisensory Learning, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Environment, Literature Reviews
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Caitlin Beebe; W. Douglas Robinson – American Biology Teacher, 2024
The sounds of birds form the outdoor playlist of our lives. Birds appeal to the public, in part because of the wide variety of interesting sounds they make. This popularity has led to a long history of amateur participation in ornithology, which has recently produced rapid increases in freely available online databases with hundreds of thousands…
Descriptors: Animals, Ornithology, Science Instruction, Auditory Perception
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Elinor Light – Communication Teacher, 2024
This article offers an example of how to use embodied learning effectively in online education. The discussed assignment is designed for classes in rhetoric, visual communication, or public memory, and places pedagogical research in conversation with scholarship in visual, aesthetic, and rhetorical communication. This type of digital aesthetic…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Assignments, Rhetoric, Memory
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Yassine Yachou; Olivier Samson; Olivier Lasvergnas – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
While traditional anatomy education often emphasizes passive learning and rote memorization, it seldom employs constructivist theories that focus on active, hands-on experiences for effective learning. This study tests the hypothesis that tactile experiences with modeling clay enhance geometric mental representation more effectively than verbal…
Descriptors: Geometry, Geometric Concepts, Schemata (Cognition), Anatomy
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Cappellaro, Evren; Aksu, Sinem Gul – International Journal of Early Childhood Environmental Education, 2023
Children's understanding of living and non-living concepts is usually interpreted by a child's degree of cognitive development. However, many studies with a different methodology include biological characteristics demonstrating that young children can distinguish between living and non-living. This research aims to examine the effect of the…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Multisensory Learning, Preschool Children, Concept Formation
Gassid, Jennah – ProQuest LLC, 2023
Reading proficiency levels among elementary-aged students in the United States have been alarmingly unsatisfactory for decades. The absence of basic foundational reading skills will induce struggles in every other subject area, causing students to feel exhausted, defeated, and fall behind. Intervention can be successful when instruction is…
Descriptors: Multisensory Learning, Reading Instruction, Elementary School Students, Teaching Methods
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Regina Kaplan-Rakowski; Deborah Cockerham; Richard E. Ferdig – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2024
Multisensory-rich VR experiences, which encompass visual, auditory, and haptic stimuli, have the potential to enhance engagement, motivation, and learning. However, extensive sensory stimuli could also compromise learning through sensory overload. In museum settings, visitors who are inundated with excessive stimuli such as unrelated background…
Descriptors: Multisensory Learning, Computer Simulation, Handheld Devices, Learner Engagement
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Allen, Louisa – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2023
In our conversations about sexuality, Kathleen Quinlivan and I mused over how a subject as potentially vibrant and life-enhancing as sexuality education could so often be taught in uninspiring and disembodied ways. Students' existing critique of much sexuality education is that it is typically disease and danger focused, marginalises the sensuous…
Descriptors: Sex Education, Sensory Experience, Teaching Methods, Human Body
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Zhang, Xiaoxing – Interactive Learning Environments, 2023
The research aim was to develop a visual training simulator with real-time audio correction using the Python programing language and reference audio files classified library. Depending on the melody perception and playback level, the learning pace increases from the minimum. The desired result is affected by the repetitions number. The designed…
Descriptors: Music Education, Singing, Preschool Education, Computer Simulation
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Mélanie Havy – First Language, 2024
In everyday life, children hear but also often see their caregiver talking. Children build on this correspondence to resolve auditory uncertainties and decipher words from the speech input. As they hear the name of an object, 18- to 30-month-olds form a representation that permits word recognition in either the auditory (i.e. acoustic form of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Infants, French, Language Acquisition
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Brady, Corey – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2021
This paper outlines the potential gains for Constructionist research and praxis in modelling that might be obtained by recognising the power of the Patch--a humble computational being in the NetLogo modelling environment that has been overshadowed by its more popular fellow agent, the Turtle. To contextualise this opportunity, I describe how…
Descriptors: Models, Computation, Thinking Skills, Computer Simulation
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Linn Johnels; Helena Wandin; Shakila Dada; Jenny Wilder – British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2024
Background: Interactive engagement, specifically attention and initiation, are considered important skills for facilitating development and learning in students with severe/profound intellectual and multiple disabilities. Prior research has suggested that music therapy and multisensory storytelling are two promising interventions for supporting…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, Severe Intellectual Disability, Multiple Disabilities, Music Therapy
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