Posts Tagged "how we learn"

Multiple Intelligences

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Multiple Intelligences

Our guest blogger this week is Flossie Epley, who has served with TEAM for 35 years in Japan. This is a reprint from her CAJ blog. She calls reading “my number one interest,” but also enjoys talking walks in nature, gourmet cooking, and making digital photo albums. You can learn more about Flossie and her work here. Are you concerned that your child is not intelligent? Let me tell you about Danny. He struggled with schoolwork. His mom tried numerous ways to teach him to read and master basic math skills. He looked at a reading passage in his native tongue and sighed, “Even though I can read...

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How We Learn: The Role of Memory in Learning

Posted by on Mar 2, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

How We Learn: The Role of Memory in Learning

This concludes our series on how we learn by our guest blogger Sandy E. Sandy travels as an Educational Consultant to Americans working for NGOs in Africa. Sandy previously taught special education in the US and has provided educational support to families since 2003.  Based in West Africa, she advises families with children in all school settings and has extensive experience in the areas of assessment, behavior, and providing an appropriate education for students with learning differences.  When not consulting, Sandy enjoys sports, hiking, and reading. Read the first three parts of this...

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How We Learn: Effective Strategies for Struggling Learners

Posted by on Feb 23, 2015 in Blog | 1 comment

How We Learn: Effective Strategies for Struggling Learners

Our guest blogger this week is Sandy E. Sandy travels as an Educational Consultant to Americans working for NGOs in Africa. Sandy previously taught special education in the US and has provided educational support to families since 2003.  Based in West Africa, she advises families with children in all school settings and has extensive experience in the areas of assessment, behavior, and providing an appropriate education for students with learning differences.  When not consulting, Sandy enjoys sports, hiking, and reading. Make sure you read part 1 and part 2 of this article. When learning...

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How We Learn: Identifying Breakdowns in Learning

Posted by on Feb 16, 2015 in Blog | 1 comment

How We Learn: Identifying Breakdowns in Learning

Our guest blogger this week is Sandy E. Sandy travels as an Educational Consultant to Americans working for NGOs in Africa. Sandy previously taught special education in the US and has provided educational support to families since 2003.  Based in West Africa, she advises families with children in all school settings and has extensive experience in the areas of assessment, behavior, and providing an appropriate education for students with learning differences.  When not consulting, Sandy enjoys sports, hiking, and reading. Read last week’s article by Sandy here. Many teaching parents...

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How We Learn: Stages of Learning

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

How We Learn: Stages of Learning

Our guest blogger this week is Sandy E. Sandy travels as an Educational Consultant to Americans working for NGOs in Africa. Sandy previously taught special education in the US and has provided educational support to families since 2003.  Based in West Africa, she advises families with children in all school settings and has extensive experience in the areas of assessment, behavior, and providing an appropriate education for students with learning differences.  When not consulting, Sandy enjoys sports, hiking, and reading. Achievement is greatest when there is a good match between the...

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