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Learning Styles

Understanding the learning style of your child can provide a map to success and a key way to avoid frustration. Have you noticed that what works for one child, does not necessarily work for another? Each child seems to have his or her particular blend of techniques for mastering educational subject matter.

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Teaching To Kids' Learning Styles

Experts have identified three basic learning styles:

  • Auditory learners remember by talking out loud, like to have things explained orally and may have trouble with written instructions. Auditory learners may talk to themselves when learning something new.
  • Visual learners easily remember visual details and prefer to see what they are learning. They prefer to write down instructions and may have trouble following lectures.
  • Kinesthetic or tactile learners prefer activities that allow them to do what they are learning about. Tactile learners like to touch things in order to learn about them and like to move around when talking or listening.

Identifying your child's preferred learning style will help you develop an educational program that that offers the most effective activities for your child. Be aware that your child's learning style may be different from your own: trying to explain something verbally when your child would better understand a diagram can be frustrating for both of you!

Time4Learning recognizes that children learn in different ways and offers activities geared to engage learners from all three learning styles. Try Time4Learning now, and get an interactive, educational learning system geared for your child's learning style.

Different Learning Styles - Different Approaches to the Question

There are other ways to organize learning style models besides the visual, auditory and kinesthetic methods.
These fall into general categories such as information processing, personality patterns, and social interaction.

  • Information processing distinguishes between the way children sense, think, solve problems, and remember information. Most children (and adults) have a preferred, consistent way of perceiving, organizing, and retaining information.
  • Personality patterns focus on attention, emotion, and values. Understanding these differences allows you to predict the way your child might react and feel about different situations.
  • Social interaction looks at likely attitudes, habits, and strategies learners will take toward their work and how they engage with their peers when they learn. Learners can be independent, dependent, collaborative, competitive, participant or avoidant.

Getting as much information about how your child learns is one way to help him succeed. You should try to:

  • Teach the most difficult lessons using your child's preferred learning style.
  • Reinforce lessons using multiple learning styles.
  • Help your child improve learning skills in the learning styles he is less comfortable with.

In some cases, this requires helping your children understand his or her own abilities. This may include teaching some compensation techniques.

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