Personal Methods of Learning
I know mine.
Do you know yours?
But more importantly, do you know your child’s Personal Method of Learning?
I’m Virginia Koenig, co-author of How to Learn – How to Teach, Overcoming the Seven Barriers to Learning.
We’re all gifted with the ability to learn, however we each have our own Personal Method of Learning – the way we learn best.
Some children learn best by hearing what they need to learn. They can listen to a lecture and absorb everything.
Some children learn best by seeing what they need to learn. They can read a book, watch a film or demonstration and absorb everything.
Some children learn best by doing what they need to learn. They enjoy taking things apart, running experiments, building things. They are usually 3-D learners who are able to envision a 3-D model of what they’re learning.
When you know your child’s Personal Method of Learning you:
- Are better able to help them with homework,
- Can speak with their teacher so their teacher is better able to help them learn.
To learn more about Personal Methods of Learning go to howtolearneasily.com.
I rescue failing students by remedying the Barriers to Learning