What is Multisensory Teaching Techniques?

“If a child is not learning in the way you teach, change your teaching strategy and teach the child in the way he learns!”

Multisensory techniques are frequently used for children with learning differences. Studies from the National Institute of Child Health and Human development (United States of America) have shown that for children with difficulties in learning to read, a multisensory teaching method is the most effective teaching method.

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Learning Disability or Learning Difference: What are the Issues?

“…and let me make it clear to the ones of you who belong to the “why?” generation, that you are in my class to learn and not to question, and if you are too stubborn to understand that, you don’t belong here!” I still can vividly see the tall bearded man standing in front of our classroom in the ancient Gymnasium (Secondary School) thundering these words at us. He was our Literature teacher, Professor Stickelberger (not his real name).

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