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The method is named after the city in northern Italy where teacher Loris Malaguzzi founded a new approach to early childhood education after World War II. Examples of these methods include tape recording lessons to accommodate an auditory learner, using flash cards to study with a visual learner and using manipulatives such as counters with a kinesthetic learner. The approaches to assessment are presented in the following 2 categories: Assessment Strategies and Teaching and Assessing Communication.

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Publisher: Hodder Arnold (June 30, 2006)

ISBN: 0340915935

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