Learning Styles: Reaching Everyone God Gave You
Do you wonder why Connor talks all the time? Or why Kaitlyn has to practice something to learn it? Or why Andrew needs to learn something new every day? Or why Brittany is always trying something new?
Learning Styles answers these questions and more. Effective learning for children, teens, and adults follows a natural four-step process:
• Why do I need this?
• What does the Bible say about my need?
• How does what the Bible teaches actually work today?
• How will I use what I have learned?
By answering each of these questions, we will appeal to the four learning styles: Imaginative, Analytic, Common Sense, and Dynamic. A learning style is the way in which a person sees or perceives things best and then uses that knowledge. When we understand learning styles and adjust our teaching or parenting to those styles, we begin reaching everyone God gave us to teach.
by Marlene D. LeFever
Publisher: David C Cook