SIG: Your Child’s Learning Styles & How They Affect Academic & Home Life
How would your child approach learning soccer? Would it be the same as learning algebra? Understanding learning styles can improve communication, home life, and impact academic and extracurricular satisfaction. Using the natural learning style for your child can help them feel validated, increase retention, and result in more success with less stress. Learn the primary learning styles and how to know the most and least effective ones for you and your child. Methods of communication that coordinate with learning styles will be addressed to learn how to best support your child’s learning through a better understanding of learning styles.
Tatum B. Hutton, AB ’94
Tatum is an expert on learning styles and learning differences, with a focus on middle and high school students. She uses a customized approach and positive reinforcements to teach independent learning skills with every student in her customized approach to teaching in the past 15 years. email@example.com.
Thursday, January 20th
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