Visual learners grasp new concepts most easily when they're taught using powerful images. Give your visual learners what they need for long-term retention with this short lesson and visual explaining how to teach the concepts of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
Materials that include several learning strategies at one time are most effective in reaching children with a wide variety of learning strengths and preferences. All Child1st materials integrate multiple vehicles for learning into their design. Vehicles such as visuals, body motions, story, pattern, hands-on practice, rhyme, music, and others effectively reach children with a wide spectrum of learning needs.
- Active children need relevant body motions to cement the learning in their brains, while embedding the learning concepts in visuals enables them to take in the learning at one glance, eliminating frustrating and ineffective memorization sessions.
- Children with dyslexia soar when learning materials provide multiple learning pathways to the brain, such as visuals, body motion, and an emphasis on the big picture.
- Those with autism often learn best when information is embedded in colorful visuals, and body motions reinforce the learning concepts.
- Discouraged learners do well with materials that utilize colorful visuals and hands-on activities so that learning fun and instant. Most importantly, for those who have struggled and are discouraged, using a brand new approach will lend a sense of hope.
Concept of Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: How to Teach by Child1st Publications
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