A Comparison of Two Approaches to Presenting Two Series of Locomotor Skills to Children with Minimal Brain Dysfunction
Description: Because the child with minimal brain dysfunction has problems perceiving the world around him, and as a result, is hindered in the learning process; the purpose of this study was to determine the effect of two different methods of instruction in and practice of two series of similar locomotor skills upon the ability of children with minimal brain dysfunction to switch from one activity to another within each series.
Date: December 1970
Creator: Clark, Sharon E.
Partner: UNT Libraries