The Learning Curve March 21, 2011
We each have our own method of learning—and you should allow your child to do it it’s way! You can’t dictate this to a child. If you try to dictate how your child should learn, you’ll crush the kid and give them losses. Similarly, you must strive to facilitate an optimum balance between cause and receipt (the child being causative versus being made to inflow from the parent/teacher) in the learning process. If you violate either of these principles you risk sending your child down through the three levels of student decline to the bottom where the child goes into failure and gives up. We also discuss the point that dyslexia may well be the mark of a higher of a higher level of natural ability . . . not the disability that conventional wisdom holds it to be! Tune in to get this latest on what research has revealed on these important issues.
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