The Future of the Classroom
Learning Styles Improving The Quality Of The Classroom
What are learning styles?
- Important knowledge gained
- Strengths and weaknesses in learning exposed
- Confidence improved
- Study skills improved
- Misunderstandings with teachers and parents prevented
- study their "own way"
- A personaliszed report aimed at the student; not the whole classroom
- Accurate picture of classroom diversity
- Reasons for underachievement exposed
- True needs of slow learners and 'gifted' students revealed
- More Student/Teacher interactions
- Better time management
- Understand your child's learning needs
- Identify reasons for underachievement
- Remove barriers to your child's full learning potential
- A personalised report aimed at the parents
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