Know and understand your child’s learning style

Know and understand your child’s learning style

If you are a parent, would you like to have children who easily absorb learning materials or other information? If so, one of the keys is not to force your child to learn in the environment and in the way you want.

According to many psychology experts, each person, including children, has their own learning style. A child’s ability to grasp materials and lessons depends on her learning style.

The auditory learning style involves understanding learning materials through listening. Here are some features:

Clean appearance.
He likes to read aloud and listen.
Move your lips and pronounce the written text when reading.
Generally a fluent speaker.
Speak rhythmically.
It can repeat and imitate the tone, rhythm and color of the voice.

Appropriate learning methods:

Encourage your child to read learning materials aloud.
Invite your child to participate in discussions both in class and at home.
Use music to learn/teach your child.
Discuss ideas verbally with your child.
Record their study materials on tape and encourage them to listen to them before bed.

The visual learning style involves easily capturing information or learning materials through sight. Here are some features:

Emphasizes appearance in dress/accomplishments.
Speak something fast.
He’s not fluently detracted by hustle and bustle.
He remembers what he sees further than what he hears.
He prefers reading to being read to.
A fast and diligent reader.
He often knows what to say but is not good at choosing words.
He prefers demonstrations to speeches.
He prefers music to art.
Has trouble remembering verbal instructions unless they are written down and often asks to have them repeated.

Appropriate learning methods:

Use colors to highlight important things.
Use visual materials such as images, diagrams and maps.
He often reads illustrated books.
Use multimedia such as computers and radios.
Try to illustrate ideas with images.

Your child enjoys learning by doing directly, practicing what is being taught through movement, touch and action. Here are some features:

Speak slowly.
Not easily distracted by noisy situations.
Learn through manipulation and practice.
Memorize by walking and seeing.
Use your fingers as a guide when reading.
He finds writing difficult but excels at storytelling.
He likes books and reflects actions with body movements while reading.
Enjoy attractive games.

Appropriate learning methods:

Don’t force your child to learn for hours.
Learn while exploring your environment (for example, reading while riding a bike, using real objects to learn new concepts).
Allow your child to chew gum while studying.
Use bright colors to remember important things when reading.

Let your child learn while she listens to music.

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Oleh Sinta

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