Imagery in Teaching and Learning: An Autobiography of Research in Four World Views


His study of the use of mental imagery in the elementary school classroom led Jerome S. Allender to examine imagery techniques in the adult learning process, the improvement of teaching skills, and the enhancement of the human learning experience in general. Four world views form the investigative framework for this research, as each individual study yields significant data, findings, and conclusions which are then given practical application. This comparative approach broadens the scope of the work to include not only relevance in the classroom, but also exploration of the role imagery plays in the interaction of fantasy and reality.

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