A Pioneer in Vision and Educational Environments: Salute to Darell Boyd Harmon

Rappaport, Sheldon R.
May 1975
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1975, Vol. 8 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Profiles educator Darell Boyd Harmon. Harmon's contribution to the understanding of visual development and educational environment; His role in defining the mechanics and dynamics of the body's functions involved in adaptation and learning.


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