Understanding how your child takes in and retains information is vital to choosing what programs, curriculum, schools, and experiences to involve them in. Ever wonder why some kids do well in specific academic situations while others don’t? Too often we try to teach our children our style of learning and it doesn’t fit. For example: a typical classroom teaches a look and listen learning style that works well with those students with visual/auditory learning skills but does not work for the student that learns through experience or verbal styles.
Understanding the style of teaching in any given situation, and then understanding your child’s style of learning will help their success. If you’re considering homeschooling, this book is especially helpful for the person responsible for teaching. If you, or your child struggles in learning, understanding the for styles will help you not only teach to their style but to build their skills in the other areas of learning styles. There are four learning styles, one that will be the strongest, and a second that will be the back-up, but best retention happens when all four styles are activated. You’ve got this!