International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 4, Part J (2016)
Development of multisensory integration approach model
Prasannakumar S, Dr. Saminathan B
Every teacher expects optimum level of processing in mind of them students. The level of processing is mainly depends upon memory process. Most of the students have retrieval difficulties on past learning. Memory difficulties directly related to sensory integration. In these circumstances the investigator made an attempt to construct Multisensory integration Approach Model based on sensory process and perceptual process. Multisensory Integration approach model contains three parts the first part is Instructional part, second part is processing part and third one is learning outcome part. Instructional part is includes seven steps. There are relating new information to prior knowledge, Focusing attention to the information, developing sensory connection, Organizing the information, Expanding sensory images, Structuring the information and Practicing recall. The above instructional strategies develop stimulation, sensation, Attention, Perception, Imagery, conceptualization and memory. The learning outcome part contains from low level sensory integration (visual- Auditory) to high level sensory integration (Visual-Auditory-Tactile-Olfactory-Gustatory). The investigator regulates information processing of the students in brain through Multisensory Integration Approach Model.
How to cite this article:
Prasannakumar S, Dr. Saminathan B. Development of multisensory integration approach model. 2016; 2(4): 629-633.