Graduate Project Title
A Developmental Curriculum for Multiply Handicapped Preschool Children in the Areas of Visual Motor, Fine Motor, and Sensory Skills
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Sam Rust, Jr.
Second Committee Member
Sherrie A. Chrysler
Third Committee Member
The purpose of this study was to design a developmental curriculum of activities for nonambulatory-multiply handicapped preschoolers, ages birth to 5 years. Visual motor, fine motor, and sensory skills were the areas specifically designed for the curriculum. A review of literature was conducted, investigating current information of curriculum for preschool nonambulatory-multiply handicapped children. Samples of curriclum from a variety of preschool project models were examined. A compilation of data resulted in a preschool curriculum for nonambulatory-multiply handicapped children.
Wentz Page, Denise Ghislaine, "A Developmental Curriculum for Multiply Handicapped Preschool Children in the Areas of Visual Motor, Fine Motor, and Sensory Skills" (1982). All Graduate Projects. 230.
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