Spatial Ability: a Handbook for Teachers

Tandi Clausen-May, Pauline Smith

01 October 1998

This handbook offers teachers a straightforward introduction to some of the research which helps to explain the different ways in which our pupils think and learn. This is followed by a collection of classroom activities and ideas, for pupils of different ages and in different subject areas, which are designed to recognise and develop their spatial thinking.

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