The purpose of this phenomenological study is to examine the role of multi-sensory learning in the development of elementary-age students. Through the role of day-long classroom observations and educator interviews, firsthand information was gathered related to how this teaching style is presented within the classroom, and how this method is beneficial for students. Through this research and analysis, the enhancement of developmental domains can be seen through different academic disciplines. These interviews and observations also provided insight into resources for educators for the future implementation of this strategy in the classroom.

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