Saturday, 31 December 2011

Learners! Learners! Learners!

We all want our children to do well in school. Sometimes though kids struggle with their school work and we’re just not sure how to help. As a teacher, the first thing I do is to help them academically, for them to identify how they learn. There are 3 different ways we learn. We either learn by seeing (visual), hearing (auditory) or doing (kinaesthetic). Sometimes pupils use a combination of 2 or more of these learning styles.
1) Visual learners
They usually:
 like to read
 are good spellers
 memorize things by seeing them on paper
 are organized
 would rather watch, than talk or do
 have good handwriting
 notice details
 remember faces better than names
 have trouble following verbal directions
 are easily distracted by noise
 doodle on their paper
How about another learners?

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