Way They Learn

Way They Learn

How To Discover and Teach to Your Child's Strengths

by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
Publisher: Focus on the Family
Hardcover, 168 pages
Current Retail Price: $14.99
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Every person learns differently--and that can cause conflict, especially between parents and children. But it doesn't have to. Cynthia Tobias gives practical examples and valuable, easy-to-understand models to help moms and dads better understand the types of learning approaches that will work best for their children and help them do better in school.

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  Give It A Try!
Albanyaloe of South Africa, 3/29/2015
I previously reviewed this book several years ago, and did not find it helpful. However, I gave it another read the other day, and in contrast, found it really good. I still do not care for the names of the different learning styles, however, now that my children are older I have found I can understand the information and apply it so much better now. I think perhaps my children were too little when I tried to use this before. I am finding I can learn to help them by understanding what works for them. I felt in fairness that I needed to give another review.
  Not My Favorite Book On Learning Styles
Albanyaloe, 2/10/2011
This is the standard book that homeschooler's refer to when reading about Learning Styles. However, I found it a difficult read. Perhaps it is my state of mind, but I found the authors classification of the various learning styles confusing and not clear cut. I have found other resources that are more useful for my circumstances. A more simple break down, some examples of curriculum to use and more practical tips would have been just up my street.