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Every Child Has Different Learning Way

 

Before deciding which school would be the best choice for education, parents should first understand about these things below:

 

  • Education Programs
  • Learning Method
  • Tuition Fees
  • Quality & Standard
  • School Environment

 

Other than the above, each parent has their own rules and considerations in choosing the best place to groom their children.

 

In this article, let’s explore a little bit about Learning Method.

 

To ensure the learning process more accessible to the students, there are a number of ways of learning methods to accommodate the students’ natural learning styles. Specific learning styles can vary from one child to another.

 

How to identify each Learning Styles?

 

Learning Styles are broadly split into three categories, which each required a different teaching method and approach:

 

  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Kinaesthetic

 

According to the original research by Dr. Richard Bandler and Dr. John Grinder in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming identified that there are some characteristics of different learners:

 

Visual Learners
They will look at the teacher’s intently, like looking at wall displays, books, etc. They will often recognize words by sight, use lists to organize their thoughts and recall information by remembering how it was set out on a page Children with this learning style will thrive if they are given regular opportunities to present their work pictorially. As an example, they may use a mind-map to share what they have learned about a topic in History or Geography. Children will also benefit from drawing diagrams in class, such as creating labeled pictures of experiment outcomes in science or diagrams of mechanisms in technology, or using flow-maps to explain different processes and using different colors to highlight their work.

 

Auditory Learners
They prefer their teachers to provide them verbal instruction, like dialogues, discussion and plays, solve problems by talking about them and use rhythm and sound as memory aids.


This type of learner will be happiest communicating their ideas verbally. They may benefit from engaging in debates on a number of topics or discussing their ideas in small group work or as a part of the lesson introduction. They may also feel more at ease expressing their ideas into a tape recorder of flip-cam. Children who have this predominant learning style will also enjoy teaching that is linked to anecdotes or jokes.

 

Kinaesthetic Learners
Learn best when they are involved or active, find it difficult to sit still for long periods and use movement as a memory aid.


They will enjoy working in groups and will also enjoy a range of hands on or practical activities. As an example, they may enjoy acting out a story before they begin the process of writing their story down. They can also be supported by allowing them to use models and objects to describe their ideas. In numeracy, for example, they may want to hold a 3D or 2D shape when describing its properties.


This type of learner may also benefit from educational activities that involve physical activity and movement. Games can be utilized to make cross-curricular links with subjects such as science by discussing how physical activity helps the body to function. Kinaesthetic learners will also enjoy reading books with strong plots.

 

 

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