Category Archives: learning style

The Wilder Kids CD Audiobook Is Now Available

Are you a teacher, educator, parent or librarian? Then you need to know about this wonderful CD audiobook for children ages 9-11. The Wilder Kids I Really Want to go to College!! is an instructional creative non-fiction listening CD about … Continue reading

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Learning: The Tactile Learner

Welcome! The tactile learner is different from the visual and auditory learner because their sense of learning is strongly dependent on “touch” or “hands on” methods. Your tactile students may be found in the arts and craft courses. These students … Continue reading

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Learning: The Visual Learner

Greetings,      I am a visual learner whom learns by sight.  When I taught school I learned that most of my students were visual learners. The most effective learning tools for this learning style are the usage of blackboards, books, puzzles, … Continue reading

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