Casey, Andrews, Schindler, Kersh, Samper, and Copley (2008)
This study investigated the use of block-building interventions to develop spatial-reasoning skills in kindergartners. Two intervention conditions and a control condition were included to determine, first, whether the block building activities themselves benefited children's spatial skills, and secondly, whether a story context further improved learning. Spatial measures included
Casey, B. M., Andrews, N., Schindler, H., Kersh, J. E., Samper, A., & Copley, J. (2008). The development of spatial skills through interventions involving block building. Cognition & Instruction, 26(3), 269-309.
The development of spatial skills through interventions involving block building
B. M. Casey, N. Andrews, H. Schindler, J. E. Kersh, A. Samper, and J. Copley
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