Learning Unlimited

Using Homework to Engage Your Child's Natural Style of Intelligence

    • $1.99
    • $1.99

Publisher Description

From the authors of How Your Child is Smart, a guide to creating a natural learning environment for a child at home.

Natural learning starts at home. Anyone who spends time with young children recognizes their natural intelligence and resilient passion to learn. But as they try to meet the pressures and expectations of school, natural learning diminishes. Does it have to be that way? According to teachers Dawna Markova and Anne R. Powell, absolutely not. Whether a parent or educator, Learning Unlimited helps transform the homework hassle from a nightly struggle to an engaged learning initiative that uncovers the unique gifts of your child’s mind.

Learning from your child’s natural motivation. Filled with practical advice and compassionate support, this book is designed to honor your child’s innate intelligence with family engaged learning strategies. In Learning Unlimited, veteran teachers unveil how learning from homework can also function as a joint inquiry into your child’s special gifts. Designed for optimal parental involvement in education, this guide helps parents give children a competitive advantage by cultivating a life-long love of learning.

Praise for Learning Unlimited

“Markova and Powell . . . are proponents of the teaching movement that uses visual, audio and kinesthetic presentations to educate. Proposing that each child has his or her own personal operating system (POS) to receive, integrate and express learning, the authors suggest ways by which related classroom tactics can be applied to homework . . . . This primer is brimming with fun, unusual and practical ideas likely to benefit parents, students and educators.” —Publishers Weekly

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1998
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
180
Pages
PUBLISHER
Mango Media
SELLER
OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
SIZE
2.1
MB

More Books by Dawna Markova, PhD & Anne R. Powell

2000
2010
1996
1996
2008
2019