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A must read for all Americans who are concerned about our governments easy answers to our problems.

Glen Beck - Common Sense

A must read for all Americans who are concerned about our governments easy answers to our problems.

Glen Beck - Common Sense

Left Vs. Right Which Side Are You On?

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In general the left and right hemispheres of your brain process information in different ways. We tend to process information using our dominant side. However, the learning and thinking process is enhanced when both side of the brain participate in a balanced manner. This means strengthening your less dominate hemisphere of the brain. Listed below are information processing styles that are characteristically used by your right or left brain hemisphere. Read the information below to help you understand how your brain processes information. Pay attention to your less dominant style so that you can learn how to improve it. [more...]

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Learning Styles and Hemispheric Dominance

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Our family's decision to home educate was in reaction to the public school system and the way it treated our children, not due to any great philosophical or religious reasons. We simply believed we could educate them as well at home; certainly teaching them at home would cause less emotional damage. During those first few months of home education, though, it became apparent to me that being able to read a teacher&146;s plan book and present a lesson to my children was not what home education was all about. Even though I am a very patient person and consider myself to be attuned to my children and their needs, I became extremely frustrated by the fact that many of the resources I found natural to use did not seem to appeal to my children. [more...]

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Early Years Child's Learning Assets

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These formative years seem to be an information gathering time, and young children use their energy as physical, sensory beings. Their focus on the "concrete" what can be touched, tasted, heard, smelled, seen makes perfect sense when you consider the early-years child doesn't yet think in the abstract. He spends his time collecting "data" through sensory involvement. [more...]

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Discover your Learning Styles - Graphically!

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Learning styles are a way to help improve your quality of learning. By understanding your own personal styles, you can adapt the learning process and techniques you use. This site is dedicated to helping you better understand learning styles, as well as providing an easy way to discover your own styles. [more...]

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Discover Your Child's Learning Style

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The Learning Style Model of Education believes that students are capable and that their potential is unlimited. It expects differences in individual students - different learning readiness, different rates for learning, and a need for different teaching methods. For most children, learning the content of different subjects is not a problem when they are taught through their Learning Styles. [more...]

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Why Are Learning Styles Important?

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We believe it's essential to know your children's learning styles. If you don't, you may continually experience frustration with your children, and that's no way to go through life. Better to take the time now to understand how your children learn, not only for their sakes but for your sake, too! [more...]

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Learning Styles and Personality Types

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There are no right or wrong, or good or bad learning styles, just preferred styles. Understanding learning styles and personality preferences can help you, as a student, succeed academically. This knowledge can help you to "learn how to learn." Further, it provides an important dimension of self-discovery and personal growth. [more...]

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Learning Styles - Homeschool Links - Homeschool Resources

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A must read for all Americans who are concerned about our governments easy answers to our problems.

Glen Beck - Common Sense

A must read for all Americans who are concerned about our governments easy answers to our problems.

Glen Beck - Common Sense

Left Vs. Right Which Side Are You On?

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In general the left and right hemispheres of your brain process information in different ways. We tend to process information using our dominant side. However, the learning and thinking process is enhanced when both side of the brain participate in a balanced manner. This means strengthening your less dominate hemisphere of the brain. Listed below are information processing styles that are characteristically used by your right or left brain hemisphere. Read the information below to help you understand how your brain processes information. Pay attention to your less dominant style so that you can learn how to improve it. [more...]

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Learning Styles and Hemispheric Dominance

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Our family's decision to home educate was in reaction to the public school system and the way it treated our children, not due to any great philosophical or religious reasons. We simply believed we could educate them as well at home; certainly teaching them at home would cause less emotional damage. During those first few months of home education, though, it became apparent to me that being able to read a teacher&146;s plan book and present a lesson to my children was not what home education was all about. Even though I am a very patient person and consider myself to be attuned to my children and their needs, I became extremely frustrated by the fact that many of the resources I found natural to use did not seem to appeal to my children. [more...]

Continue reading Comments (0) 14-12-2007

Early Years Child's Learning Assets

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These formative years seem to be an information gathering time, and young children use their energy as physical, sensory beings. Their focus on the "concrete" what can be touched, tasted, heard, smelled, seen makes perfect sense when you consider the early-years child doesn't yet think in the abstract. He spends his time collecting "data" through sensory involvement. [more...]

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Discover your Learning Styles - Graphically!

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Learning styles are a way to help improve your quality of learning. By understanding your own personal styles, you can adapt the learning process and techniques you use. This site is dedicated to helping you better understand learning styles, as well as providing an easy way to discover your own styles. [more...]

Continue reading Comments (0) 14-12-2007

Discover Your Child's Learning Style

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The Learning Style Model of Education believes that students are capable and that their potential is unlimited. It expects differences in individual students - different learning readiness, different rates for learning, and a need for different teaching methods. For most children, learning the content of different subjects is not a problem when they are taught through their Learning Styles. [more...]

Continue reading Comments (0) 14-12-2007

Why Are Learning Styles Important?

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We believe it's essential to know your children's learning styles. If you don't, you may continually experience frustration with your children, and that's no way to go through life. Better to take the time now to understand how your children learn, not only for their sakes but for your sake, too! [more...]

Continue reading Comments (0) 14-12-2007

Learning Styles and Personality Types

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There are no right or wrong, or good or bad learning styles, just preferred styles. Understanding learning styles and personality preferences can help you, as a student, succeed academically. This knowledge can help you to "learn how to learn." Further, it provides an important dimension of self-discovery and personal growth. [more...]

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