Tag Archives: Visual Learning

Visual learning and foreign languages

An enquiry this morning prompted this blog. “does it work in Dutch as well as English”. The answer is yes any language and let me explain: You can visualise words in any language. I have taught many people in the … Continue reading

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“Mum, why didn’t someone tell me?”

“Mum, why didn’t someone tell me that the smart kids at school could ‘see’ words and that they didn’t move?” “Darling, I am so sorry, neither the teachers nor I realised that you didn’t ‘see’ words.  Children never get asked … Continue reading

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Are learning difficulties learnt? – tune into radio show

From Donna Blinston “The visual sense is the fastest system we have for learning and is the natural way young children learn – using their imagination. Visually we can absorb a lot of information simultaneously and quickly. Most students who … Continue reading

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“Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in another time.”

This is a Rabindranath Tagore quote, that seems so appropriate to the work I do.  I continually find that our children are exceptionally talented and they often learn in different ways to the way we learnt at school. Education has changed … Continue reading

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