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How-to Encourage Your Child to Think Mathematically?

How-to Encourage Your Child to Think Mathematically?

Enrich you child’s math­e­mat­i­cal envi­ron­ment by using every oppor­tu­nity from daily life. Expose your child to math early and encour­age her invented strategies.

How-to Discover Your Child’s Domain of Intelligence or Learning Style?

How-to Discover Your Child’s Domain of Intelligence or Learning Style?

Accep­tance, firm­ness and auton­omy are dimen­sions of par­ent­ing that have proven effec­tive. Observe your child’s capac­i­ties and abil­i­ties for dis­cov­er­ing her learn­ing style or domain of intelligence.

How-to Develop Early Talent or Giftedness?

How-to Develop Early Talent or Giftedness?

Help your child find her own iden­tity, allow expres­sion of ideas and inde­pen­dent thought, pro­vide sup­port, and be com­mit­ted to her development.

How-to Recognize Early Talent or Giftedness?

How-to Recognize Early Talent or Giftedness?

Tal­ented or gifted chil­dren have high lev­els of energy and enthu­si­asm, and spend hours play­ing or prac­tic­ing in a field of inter­est for the acqui­si­tion of knowl­edge and skills.

Do You Have a Talented or Gifted Child?

Do You Have a Talented or Gifted Child?

Tal­ent or gift­ed­ness refers to intel­li­gence quo­tient scores, performance-defined or domain-specific gift­ed­ness. Chil­dren with abil­i­ties in arts and music are con­sid­ered tal­ented, while those with abil­i­ties in math­e­mat­ics and sci­ence are con­sid­ered gifted. Gift­ed­ness refers to nat­ural abil­i­ties, while tal­ent refers to sys­tem­at­i­cally devel­op­ing abilities.

Intrapersonal Learner

Intrapersonal Learner

Chil­dren with intrap­er­sonal intel­li­gence have a sense of self-confidence, inde­pen­dence, are strong willed and can moti­vate them­selves to do well in inde­pen­dent projects. Intrap­er­sonal learn­ers like to be alone in their own inner world, and are aware of their strengths, weak­ness and inner feelings.

Logical-Mathematical Learner

Logical-Mathematical Learner

Chil­dren with logical-mathematical intel­li­gence can use num­bers effec­tively, under­stand pat­terns and rela­tion­ships, state­ments and propo­si­tions, and cause and effect. Logical-mathematical learn­ers enjoy explor­ing pat­terns and rela­tion­ships and doing activ­i­ties in sequen­tial order.

Interpersonal Learner

Interpersonal Learner

Chil­dren with inter­per­sonal intel­li­gence can under­stand the moods, moti­va­tions, tem­pera­ments and inten­tions of oth­ers, and empathize with the feel­ings of oth­ers. Inter­per­sonal learn­ers enjoy being around peo­ple, have many friends and enjoy par­tic­i­pat­ing in social activities.

Musical Learner

Musical Learner

Chil­dren with musi­cal intel­li­gence appre­ci­ate pitch, rhythm and tim­bre, and can tell when a note is off key. Musi­cal learn­ers are sen­si­tive to sounds, enjoy music, like to play musi­cal instru­ments, and pre­fer lis­ten­ing to music when study­ing or working.

Linguistic Learner

Linguistic Learner

Chil­dren with lin­guis­tic intel­li­gence have well devel­oped audi­tory skills. Lin­guis­tic learn­ers enjoy read­ing, writ­ing, play­ing word games, and can eas­ily remem­ber names, dates and places.