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Is your child primarily a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner?  How to use your child's strengths to help them overcome their weaknesses.
Your teen barely does his homework, thereâs a constant struggle at home, and the more you push, the more he retreats: the classic case of a shut-down learner.
Don't just teach your child; inspire him! Read these eight tips for instilling lifelong learning in your kid.
Highlights the idea that educators should assist students in determining how they learn best in an academic environment and summarizes four learning styles.
Learning modalities are the senses used in the learning process: seeing, hearing, moving and touching. Learn to detect kids' preferred learning modalities.
Describes how teachers and caregivers can provide support to help children move from their current level of knowledge toward a more advanced level.
Outlines evaluations that will give students a perception of control over achievement outcomes, direct future efforts and point out developing competencies.
Why are so many students bored in school? Many students feel school is meaningless, not connected with their interests, or not valuable in their lives.
Describes the term 'exceptional children' and differentiates children with: learning and/or behavior problems, physical disabilities, and gifted children.
Read about a number of effective strategies researchers have identified to help students learn and remember new information.
Learn seven ways that motivation affects your child's learning and behavior.
Summarizes the eight intelligences including teaching strategies that promote learning in each intelligence.
To take advantage of the mental processes that individuals use to obtain, make sense of, and retain information teachers need to utilize multisensory learning
Different kids have different learning styles. Find out how to foster the 10 types of learning styles and discover the one that suits your child best.
Bodily/kinesthetic intelligence should be recognized and valued in early childhood curriculum. Suggestions are provided.
Two models of teaching and learning are compared: Directed Instruction which emphasizes individualization and Constructivist which is more cooperative.
Defines the characteristics of bodily-kinesthetic intelligence including working skillfully with objects and using one's body in skilled ways.
Children who have tactual and kinesthetic learning preferences tend to have a hard time in school where the teaching is mainly auditory and visual.
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