How Your Child Is Smart: A Life-Changing Approach to Learning

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Conari Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 204 pages
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Not all children learn in the same way. Written by two educators, How Your Child is Smart identifies six patterns of learning and teaches parents how to help their children learn and communicate most effectively. Through simple questions, activities, and charts, parents can identify their child's pattern and learn how he or she can best be taught in school.

 

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Contents

The Differences that Make a Difference
6
Reclaiming Your Childs Mind
19
Thinking About Thinking How Your Childs
34
Identifying Your Childs Thinking Pattern
51
The Leaders of the Pack AKVs
68
The Verbal Gymnasts AVKs
81
The Movers and Groovers KAVs
91
The Wandering Wonderers KVAs 1 02
103
The SeerFeelers VKAs 11 2
113
The Show and Tellers VAKs
123
Utilizing Differences in the Classroom
134
Collaborating to Create a Possible Future 1 50
153
A Teaching Primer
168
Bibliography
182
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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.

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