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In Their Own Way: Discovering and Encouraging Your Child's Multiple Intelligences Paperback – August 7, 2000
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We recently took on home educating our boys and I decided to read this book in an attempt to help me find ways to help our "struggling learner" to reach his full potential. I also needed to find ways to help restore their "natural love for learning'"
It had me hooked from the first chapter & I've just finished it. 294 pages in 1 day, a new personal record for me. WOW, what an amazing source of useful information. It has helped me "see" why the system has failed our sons so miserably & why it has killed their love for learning. I "saw" many areas in which to amend my teaching strategies to better fit in with their learning styles & preferences. It has given me insight on how to restructure their next school year in a way that would make our home education journey less stressful and yet more productive...
Had I read this book last year when we started homeschooling this year would have been very different & much less stressfull...
This is an absolute MUST read for ALL parents as well as educators. I believe if all schools implemented teaching strategies that addressed ALL learning styles in the classrooms, schooling in our country could be revolutionized. Unfortunately regular educators care only about competence in its most traditional & bookish sense - reading, writing, science, social studies & Maths in boring text and worksheets. Students who are talented in art, music, dance, mechanical repair, computer programming, or are creative in not-traditional ways wither away & become the underachievers, learning disabled & ADHD labelled.Read more ›
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