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How Your Child Is Smart: A Life-Changing Approach to Learning Paperback – November 4, 2011
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About the Author
Dawna Markova, Ph.D., is internationally know for her groundbreaking work in helping people learn with passion and live on purpose. She is the CEO of Professional Thinking Partners, Inc., co-founder of the Worldwide Women's Web, and former research affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT. Her books include I Will Not Die an Unlived Life, The Open Mind, and No Enemies Within; An Unused Intelligence, co-authored with her husband and business partner, Andy Bryner; and How Your Child Is Smart and Learning Unlimited, co-authored with Anne R. Powell. She lives in Geyersville, California.
Top Customer Reviews
This book isn't just for home-schoolers. I gave a copy to her piano teacher to help her understand her different students. It was helpful to her as well.
If you are in any kind of teaching role: parent, supervisor, teacher, etc. this book is helpful.
It was definitely worth re- buying especially once I found out it was available on Kindle.
The joy of this book is that it challenges the belief that some children are 'dumb' or not smart because they don't do well with the often cookie cutter approach to teaching that they experience. It highlights that there are a number of different ways that we all process information and depending on these preferences, we can adapt our learning experience to experience success.
My son used one of the rarer ways of processing information and as a result was struggling at school, once I had read this book I spoke to his teacher, who luckily had knowledge of this information, and she made some adaptions in the classroom, as a result my son became engaged in learning and finally he took off.
I would recommend this book to both parents and teachers of children to gain a better understanding of how children learn and how simple adjustments can mean all the difference to setting them up for success rather than failure.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had a copy of this book 10 years ago and really enjoyed the format and information. If you teach people or just want to learn more about yourself and others, it is a worthy read.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Sorry but super boring to read :( I skimmed it and will be giving it away to someone who can handle boring. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Dayna
This was recommended for a class and is a great source of information to help understand learning styles and improve understanding.Published on December 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer