Collection CHC0546 - Eneida Guernica Collection

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Eneida Guernica Collection



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Eneida Guernica is a psychologist from Key Largo, Florida. She has studied the learning habits of Cuban children, particularly those who emigrated during the Mariel Boatlift. She is best-known for developing the Preventative Remedial Associative Model (PRAM) for teaching English.

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The Eneida Guernica Collection contains academic documents and data by educational psychologist Eneida Guernica.

The collection includes a statistical study on Cuban and Mariel children, a bilingual education study, a paper on the PRAM method for teaching languages, original research material, and pamphlets on PRAM.

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This collection is open for research.

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  • English
  • Spanish

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