Extraverted Feeler's Playbook for Learning
As parents, we know that every mom and dad strives to help their kids develop an appetite for learning that will last a lifetime. But, if we want our kids to "think different", we need to first acknowledge that they "learn different"...then help them learn to play to those learning strengths. More
As parents, we know that every mom and dad strives to help their kids develop an appetite for learning that will last a lifetime. But, if we want our kids to "think different", we need to first acknowledge that they "learn different"...then help them learn to play to those learning strengths.
The personality type based techniques you’ll learn in this book will teach you:
* How to create a learning environment that allows your extraverted feeling child to excel and develop confidence in his or her abilities.
* How to support and encourage your child’s education in ways that are best for him or her.
* How to teach your child the most effective learning strategies for him or her, as well as how and when to use those strategies.
* Your child's personality profile
* Getting organized
* Approaching new concepts
* Note taking and "filing" knowledge
* Homework and test prep
* Group learning
* Enrichment activities
* Motivation and underachievement
* Handling successes and failures
* Effective teacher communication
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The National Parenting Center
"One of the issues that plague so many learning systems is that all children do not learn the same way... Parents told us they felt that they were in good hands since everything was so thoughtfully laid out. The sections, which include Personality Profile, Getting Organized, Approaching New Concepts, Note Take and Listening among others helped to create the perfect parent playbook. One tester called it a "customized learning manual for your child"... To say testers liked this would be a huge understatement."
Parent Tested Parent Approved
"These playbooks are extremely detailed, personalized books that walk you through the areas of organization, motivation, homework, group activities, communication, and more. When I read through Big’s personalized book, I sat there with my mouth open – floored by the amount of detail and insight, revelation about my son (which intutively I fully recognized as true!), and knowing that it could make an extreme impact on his success. It was almost revolutionary.
This is the kit that every child should come with. It would make teacher’s jobs easier, parents feel more at comfortable knowing more about how their child works and how to help them in each area – how to advocate for their needs, and make steps to see them grow exponentially."