Kids, Brains & Learning: What Goes Wrong--Prevention and Treatment

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appendix b
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
and MOVEMENT LITERATURE
These are some books on physical education and movement for young children that the author of Kids, Brains, and Learning recommends:
Action, a handbook of games to motivate the teaching of elementary physical activities by Mary M. Roy. Published by Educational Services, Inc., P. O. Box 219, Stevensville, Michigan 49127.
A Guide to Movement Exploration (revised edition) by Layne C. Hackett and Robert G. Jenson. Published by Peek Publications, 4067 Transport Street, Palo Alto, California 94303.
Daily Sensorimotor Training Activities: a handbook for teachers and parents of pre-school children by William T. Braley, Geraldine Konicki , and Catherine Leedy. Published in 1968 by Educational Activities, Inc., Freeport, N. Y. 11520.
Motoric Aids to Perceptual Training by Clara M. Chaney and Newell C. Kephart. Published in 1968 by Charles E. Merrell Books, Inc., 1300 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43216.
Movement Experiences for Children: Curriculum and methods for elementary school physical education by Evelyn L. Schurr. Published in 1967 by Appleton-Century-Crofts, 440 Park Avenue S., New York, N. Y. 10016.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - The Problem of Brain Injury 1
  • II - Learning and Its Disorders 71
  • III - Perception 149
  • IV - Lessons from the Past 175
  • V Building Blocks 227
  • VI - Matters of Structure 285
  • VII - School Daze 317
  • VIII - Increasing Potential 363
  • IX - Systems of Treatment 441
  • X - Conclusion 507
  • Appendix A - Procedures for School Vision Screening 511
  • Appendix B - Physical Education and Movement Literature 515
  • Appendix C - Prevention of Allergy 517
  • Meet the Author 521
  • Index 523
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