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Learning styles: training and teaching kids

At TLNet and TLNetkids we pride ourselves in being able to personalise courses to our students and this is why today we are going to talk about learning styles and find out more about it in a chat with our TLNetkids teacher Eva Wokan. Learning styles represent a series of theories conceived by neuroscience aimed at identifying differences in the ways different individuals learn.
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Summary of Multiple Intelligences

This is just a brief article explaining Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences. The teachers at TLNET-Kids try to include activities that appeal to the students multiple intelligences, some examples of these types of activities may include the use of songs, with movements, the use of play-dough to create models, recipes for cooking, visuals like flashcards, objects that the students can hold or touch or make themselves.
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