2 edition of movigenic curriculum found in the catalog.
Ray H Barsch
by State Dept. of Public Instruction, Bureau for Handicapped Children in Madison, Wis
Written in English
|Contributions||Wisconsin. Bureau for Handicapped Children|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 57 p.|
|Number of Pages||57|
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A movigenic curriculum: An experimental approach to children with special learning disabilities conducted at the Author: Ray H Barsch.
The movigenic curriculum is a supplement to the existing curriculum. Two groups of s x elementary grade, normal ability children with learning problems spent 6 hours weekly for 1 school year in this program.
Barsch, A Movigenic Curriculum () State Department of Public Instruction Madison, Wisconsin 2. W.A. Cruickshank, A Teaching Method for Brain-Injured and Hyperactive Children () Syracuse University Press Syracuse, New York by: 2. report of a "Barsch Room" using a movigenic curriculum, evaluation of a workshop on instructional games, a description of nonverbal films, a report of a study on ball utilization, evaluations and a guide for improving low vision skills, a descriptive guide to a recorded aid for beginning piano, and a descriptive booklet and evaluations of.
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Orders should be sent to: A Movigenic Curriculum, Wisconsin Board Of Education, Madi-son, Papa Services Wisconsin Dept. Full text of "ERIC ED Learning Disabilities; Research Studies and Program Considerations. Exceptional Children Bibliography Series.
Exceptional Children Bibliography Series. See other formats. Since the "usual" curriculum has failed with many of these special children, then an "unusual" curriculum is required. Movigenic (Barsch ) is "the study of the origin and development of movement patterns leading to learning efficiency." The movement theory, based on movigenics, is the basis for Barsch's physiologic program.
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