Is Your Child a Visual Learner?

How to adapt your homeschool so that your visual learner can succeed at learning.

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Teach to Your Child’s Learning Style

A dear friend who is also a Speech-Language Pathologist and Reading Specialist recommended How Your Child Learns Best: Brain-Friendly Strategies You Can Use to Ignite Your Child’s Learning and Increase School Success by Dr. Judy Willis to me. While this book is designed for use of parents whose children are in traditional school systems, Dr. …

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Learning to Cope with Learning Challenges

I had been teaching my nine-year-old son for three years, and we began having difficulties in math and some other areas of responsibility. A passionate teacher, I know that when someone is “not getting it” it’s usually because you’re not communicating it well, but our daily struggles were still irritating, and our relationship had become …

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Private Tutoring Available for Those with Learning Challenges

Private  tutoring  sessions  to  help  students  who  have learning  difficulties  with  focus,  comprehension,  and application or  with  reading  and  spelling  difficulties.   Method  is  highly  specialized  and  based on mental  imaging that  helps  the  student  focus  on  connecting  their  ideas  with  what is  read,  understanding  the  whole,  and  organizing  the  parts  to  achieve  the proper  …

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Book Review: Talkers, Watchers, and Doers: Unlocking Your Child’s Unique Learning Style

Talkers, Watchers, and Doers: Unlocking Your Child’s Unique Learning Style (School Savvy Kids) by Cheri Fuller Colorado: Pinon Press, 2004 As an educator, whether in a classroom or in your own home, it can be a challenge to understand children who learn differently from you. “Talkers, Watchers, and Doers: Unlocking Your Child’s Unique Learning Style” …

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