Learning Style Types

According to researches, there are 127 factors that contribute to learning styles. Learning styles are the ways in which children take in new information and process for later use. Some children take in more information visually while other take information through tactile.

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    Learning Styles of Children

    One size (style) does not fit all. Effective teachers try to understand how individual children take in and process...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    The Fast Track to Spelling Success

    Some kids seem to spell naturally. Without so much as blinking, they to absorb letter patterns, adjust to sight words,...

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    The Growth Mindset

    YOUR MINDSET about how people learn can profoundly influence how happy your kids are. There are two basic...

    Source: Greater Good Science Center Raising Happiness Blog
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    Auditory-Sequential Learner vs. Visual-Spatial Learner

    The Auditory-Sequential Learner The Visual-Spatial Learner ...

    Source: Visual Spatial Resource Center
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    Seven Ways for Young Children to Be Smart

    Early childhood professionals have always looked at the whole picture when considering children's intelligence....

    Source: National Association for the Education of Young Children
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    Learning Styles Online

    Everyone has their own "style" for collecting and organizing information into useful knowledge, and the online...

    Source: Illinois Online Network
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    Learning Styles

    A most important characteristic of becoming an effective, caring educator is the ability and commitment to recognize...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall