Tip of the Week

October 20, 2014

Use multiple learning-style approaches

New research reveals that most students benefit from a combination of learning-style approaches. The more neurological pathways we engage while acquiring information, the better. So try and avoid labeling your child a certain “type” of learner (such as auditory, visual, or tactile/kinisthetic). Instead, teach to the whole brain and engage multiple pathways for learning. To learn more, please link to our recent blog post: Learning Styles: Have We Got It All Wrong?