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This electronic Parent Guide provides details about each of the learning styles, summarizes the research highlights in layman's language and provides practical, easy-to-follow suggestions to help parents identify their child's unique learning styles and help develop them into powerful individualized learning techniques to maximize their child's success.
All children learn differently. Helping parents find out how their child learns best could be one of the keys to his/her success in school…and life. For a long time, researchers thought there were three primary learning styles—kinesthetic, auditory and visual. Now, researchers say there are multiple intelligences beyond these three such as linguistic, logical/mathematical, interpersonal, interpersonal, spatial, bodily-kinesthetic and musical. Still other theories categorize children's learning styles by describing them in action terms. They say we should look at talents, interests, disposition, preferred environment and other issues.
Thanks to the work of many talented researchers over the years, we now know there are lots of effective ways to learn. And the exciting thing is that no one style is better than another. Even more exciting is the fact that parents can play an important role in helping their child discover and develop the learning styles that work best for him/her.
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