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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
National Center on Deaf-Blindness, 2020
Because of the diversity and complexity of deaf-blindness, the task of assessment is "best approached with the mindset that you are engaged in a process of discovery" (Rowland, 2009). It incorporates a variety of methods including observation, interviews with people who know a child well, evaluations by specialists, and direct…
Descriptors: Deaf Blind, Children, Evaluation Methods, Educational Assessment
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Umashankar, Rachana Rao – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2020
The Qur'an in the Islamic tradition, understood as the veritable word of God addressed directly to Muhammad, is much more than sacred text: it is the embodiment of the divine in humanity's midst. This understanding has impacted how Muslims engage with it, resulting in what I term the "multisensory engagement with the Qur'an." That is,…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Religious Education, Muslims, Islam
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Novak, Magdalena; Schwan, Stephan – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Based on theories of multimedia learning, the present study investigated whether the haptic sense serves as an additional channel to enhance the learning experience and learning outcomes. We therefore set up an experimental exhibition with two showrooms. In the first showroom, the sensory access of the participants to the exhibition objects was…
Descriptors: Multimedia Instruction, Manipulative Materials, Object Manipulation, Multisensory Learning
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Marantika, Juliaans Eliezer Ruland – Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 2022
This research is based on the fact that many lecturers have difficulty determining the proper strategy to improve learning outcomes in heterogeneous classes. This research aims to identify students' learning styles from the gender perspective and describe the related learning strategies to support the learning process. The method used in this…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Gender Differences, Correlation, German
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Chen, Siyi; Shi, Zhuanghua; Müller, Hermann J.; Geyer, Thomas – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2021
Contextual cueing refers to the guidance of search by associative learning of the location of task-relevant target items in relation to the consistent arrangement of distractor ("context") items in the search display. The present study investigated whether such target-distractor associations could also be formed in a cross-modal search…
Descriptors: Cues, Associative Learning, Spatial Ability, Visual Stimuli
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Zhang, Minyue; Chen, Yu; Lin, Yi; Ding, Hongwei; Zhang, Yang – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2022
Purpose: Numerous studies have identified individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with deficits in unichannel emotion perception and multisensory integration. However, only limited research is available on multichannel emotion perception in ASD. The purpose of this review was to seek conceptual clarification, identify knowledge gaps, and…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Emotional Response, Multisensory Learning
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Coogle, Christan G.; Storie, Sloan; Rahn, Naomi L. – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2022
The purpose of this paper is to provide an inclusive framework for supporting all children in early childhood education classrooms while also considering early learning standards, curricula, and everyday activities and routines. We describe universal design for learning, multi-tiered systems of support, embedded learning opportunities, and how…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Inclusion, Access to Education, Equal Education
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Barutchu, Ayla; Fifer, Joanne M.; Shivdasani, Mohit N.; Crewther, Sheila G.; Paolini, Antonio G. – Child Development, 2020
This study assessed the developmental profile of unisensory and multisensory processes, and their contribution to children's intellectual abilities (8- and 11-year olds, N = 38, compared to adults, N = 19) using a simple audiovisual detection task and three incidental associative learning tasks with different sensory signals: visual-verbal with…
Descriptors: Multisensory Learning, Associative Learning, Intelligence Quotient, Cognitive Ability
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Broadbent, Hannah J.; Osborne, Tamsin; Mareschal, Denis; Kirkham, Natasha Z. – Developmental Science, 2019
Multisensory tools are commonly employed within educational settings (e.g. Carter & Stephenson, 2012), and there is a growing body of literature advocating the benefits of presenting children with multisensory information over unisensory cues for learning (Baker & Jordan, 2015; Jordan & Baker, 2011). This is even the case when the…
Descriptors: Multisensory Learning, Teaching Methods, Cues, Retention (Psychology)
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Shapiro, Leonard; Bell, Kathryn; Dhas, Kallpana; Branson, Toby; Louw, Graham; Keenan, Iain D. – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2020
The concept that multisensory observation and drawing can be effective for enhancing anatomy learning is supported by pedagogic research and theory, and theories of drawing. A haptico-visual observation and drawing (HVOD) process has been previously introduced to support understanding of the three-dimensional (3D) spatial form of anatomical…
Descriptors: Observation, Freehand Drawing, Spatial Ability, Geometric Concepts
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Pyne Feinberg, Pohanna; Lemaire, Marie-Hélène – Journal of Museum Education, 2021
This article offers insights from an on-going research project titled, "Experimenting Interpretation," which explores pedagogical approaches to guided visits that enable visitors to encounter and interpret multi-sensory contemporary art through attunement to embodied knowledge and affective responses. The case study discussed here was…
Descriptors: Museums, Teaching Methods, Multisensory Learning, Artists
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Farre, Nuria; Almendros, Isaac; Otero, Jorge; Navajas, Daniel; Farre, Ramon – Advances in Physiology Education, 2021
The conventional physiology courses consist of theoretical lectures, clinical application seminars, numerical exercises, simulations, and laboratory practices. However, in subjects that involve relevant physical quantities, even students who successfully pass exams may be unable to realize the actual quantities involved. For example, students may…
Descriptors: Multisensory Learning, Physiology, Science Instruction, Human Body
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Mills, Kathy A.; Scholes, Laura; Brown, Alinta – Written Communication, 2022
Immersive virtual reality (VR) technology is becoming widespread in education, yet research of VR technologies for students' multimodal communication is an emerging area of research in writing and literacies scholarship. Likewise, the significance of new ways of embodied meaning making in VR environments is undertheorized--a gap that requires…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Technology Uses in Education, Elementary School Students, Computer Mediated Communication
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Flemig, Sophie; McNair, Lynn – Global Education Review, 2022
In this article, we engage with a question that has occupied the professional, policy, and popular discourse on education and socialization: are a child's development potential and outcomes contingent on innate abilities ("nature") or environment ("nurture") (Plomin, DeFries, & Fulker, 1988; Stiles, 2011; Tabery, 2014;…
Descriptors: Nature Nurture Controversy, Child Development, Environmental Influences, Educational Change
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