Learning Styles & Multiple Intelligence Theory
We all learn in different ways. Many kids do not learn best through traditional methods and/or may have strengths that fall outside of the traditional academic areas.
If our kids happen to learn better in non-traditional ways or have strengths in non-traditional (academic) areas, the may not be seen as smart or competent as those who’s learning and competencies match a traditional classroom. As a parent you will want to understand their strengths and struggles so you can better support and advocate for their best educational and academic experience.
|Module 1||Introduction, IQ Testing & Learning Styles|
What is IQ testing and what does it really tell you? Then learn the 3 different learning styles and ways to support different styles whether you are fully homeschooling, helping with homework, doing enrichment at home or having a parent-teacher conference where this information can be very valuable.
|Unit 1||Introduction, IQ Testing & Learning Styles|
|Module 2||Multiple Intelligence Theory & Summary|
There are 8 areas of intelligence. Some schools cater to all 8, but most only focus on 4. Learn about these and how to support your child’s strengths in and out of the classroom.
|Unit 1||Multiple Intelligence Theory & Summary|