10 August 2009Add to My Folder
Interactive technology can help individual children to learn and develop, as Margaret Allen reveals
Every child learns differently. While some learners respond better to visual stimulus, reacting to images, colours and body language, others are engaged through sound and learn best by listening to information. Alongside these visual and auditory learners, practitioners will also find a number of kinesthetic learners within a group, who learn by moving, doing and touching, and adopting a hands-on approach.
Within any nursery setting, it is essential that practitioners accommodate each learning style, but with every child being an individual, and nurseries often catering for a broad range of abilities, how can a practitioner ensure each and every child is included?
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