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Abbigale Hears in Color  -  References
By Hilary Seitz, Ph.D. « Prev   Page 7 of 7  

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Related Synesthesia Websites:

http://www.artificialvision.com/newpubs/synesthesia/cached.html

http://www.bluecatsandchartreusekittens.com/

http://www.mixsig.net/

http://www.synesthete.org/

http://web.mit.edu/synesthesia/www/synesthesia.html

http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/syne.html

 
About the Author: Dr. Hilary Seitz is an Associate Professor and the Early Childhood Program Coordinator for College of Education at the University of Alaska Anchorage She has been teaching in the Early Childhood field since 1986 as an infant/toddler teacher, preschool teacher, primary grades teacher in public school, reading teacher, and as a college professor since 2003. Her research interests include: family-community partnerships, early literacy strategies, teacher research and reflection using observations and documentation, and currently she is exploring pre-service early childhood teacher education practices. In her free time, she enjoys reading, camping, skiing, hiking, sewing, cooking, and spending time with her family.
 
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