عنوان مقاله [English]
This study considers the impact of cognitive (active and inactive) and Multi-sensory teaching on there remembering and Kept in mind of children with mental exceptional needs. The study population were consist of students with mild mental retardation, grade four , from exceptional schools of Ahvaz township, Khoozastan province , Iran. 60 students were selected in terms of cluster random sampling and simple random sampling method. In order to record and determine the pre test and post test remembering function, picture cards were used. Data were analyzed by means of descriptive and inferential (variance analysis (F) ) statistics. all active and inactive cognitive strategies and active cognitive- Multi-sensory education follow up test method in all groups lead to improve in remembering process of mental retarded children in comparison with control group
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