Training That Makes Sense
A.J. Kirshner, O.D
This is a book on perceptual-motor training for children by A.J. Kirshner, O.D., a consultant to the Learning Clinic at McGill University and the Montreal Children’s Hospital. After many years of experience providing optometric vision therapy in oculomotor skills, binocular vision, eye-hand coordination, body image, special awareness and intermodal integration, it was apparent to the author that in order to maintain the interest of the child, his program must be translated into games. This book was organized with the case histories of the children who taught him the principles. It is a book of ideas that is not to be used in a rigid manner but with warmth and imagination that can bring the ideas to life. Success does not depend on knowing but on doing which puts knowledge into practice. Kirshner’s kinesthetic program for integrating and expanding the sensory lives of children also unites the visual and auditory imagination of the child. Softbound, 67 pages.
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