For being such a prestigious position, why weren’t we more interested in what the President had to say? Many of us could watch hours of our favorite celebrities talking about nothing at all. Maybe we need to rethink how we learn about the presidents, and Presidents’ Day seems like an opportune time to do so!
I studied each of my struggling learners, and over time, they taught me how they learned. One thing I learned is how content reaches a child’s brain varies from child to child. Over time, I learned to teach in ways that utilized several pathways to the brain so that all my kids had an equal opportunity to learn.
How can you really know to what extent the learning experience will be truly multisensory for your child? Because learners are all different, the most excellent learning experiences, the most effective learning activities, are going to be the ones that utilize components from all three modalities at one time.
Illiteracy is widespread and significant, and without success in reading, children will become increasingly more at risk throughout their lives. The multisensory approach to teaching reading is to provide a method consistent with how a child learns best so that every student has a chance of achieving success!