Item description for Talkers, Watchers, and Doers: Unlocking Your Child's Unique Learning Style (School Savvy Kids) by Cheri Fuller...
Overview This book helps parents understand their children's learning style so they can help them achieve their highest potential in school and life.
Publishers Description How does your child learn?How does your child learn? Your child has learning fingerprints. That is, she has a certain way of seeing things, of learning facts, of processing information--as unique to her as her fingerprints. Do you know the best way to help your child learn and succeed? There are many kinds of learning styles, but children usually fall into one of these three: auditory, visual, or kinesthetic--in other words, talkers, watchers, or doers. Each style brings unique perspective and aptitudes. By understanding your child's basic learning style and intelligence gifts, you can craft and tailor a learning environment to specially suit her needs. These practical suggestions and creative tips will change the way you approach your child's education. No matter how your child learns, you can help her learn better and more efficiently.
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Library Journal - 06/15/2004 page 90
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.22" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jul 29, 2004
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Series School Savy Kids
ISBN 1576835995 ISBN13 9781576835999
Availability 0 units.
More About Cheri Fuller
Cheri Fuller (www.cherifuller.com) is a gifted speaker and award-winning author of more than forty-five books, including "What a Son Needs From His Mom" and the bestselling "When Mothers Pray." A former Oklahoma Mother of the Year, Cheri has worked with kids of all ages and is the executive director of the nonprofit organization Oklahoma Messages Project. She and her husband, Holmes, live in Oklahoma and have three grown children (a girl and two boys) and six wonderful grandchildren.
Cheri Fuller currently resides in Edmond, in the state of Oklahoma. Cheri Fuller was born in 1954.
Reviews - What do customers think about Talkers, Watchers, and Doers: Unlocking Your Child's Unique Learning Style (School Savvy Kids)?
Great book with some great ideas Mar 3, 2007
I just finished reading this book for help with my very different learning style children. It has lots of wonderful encouragement and explinations that I haven't been able to find any place else. It helped me to understand better how my different children learn and what to look for when trying different things. There are several great ideas for the different learning styles in there, but not as many as I had hoped for. I am not an avid reader, but this book was certainly well worth it's price and definately worth reading!
Keeping You Encouraged Jan 9, 2006
If you want to encourage yourself and your child, if you want to help your child be all that they can be. Do you want to remind yourself that your child has a gift, you just need to find out what it is, please get this book. I have recommended to at least 3 people. Cheri keeps you encouraged and not just talks to you, she shows you keys to unlocking your childs learning style. This book is also very easy reading.
Whet your "learning styles" appetite! Jan 19, 2005
Would you like to whet your appetite on the topic of learning styles? If so, then, Talkers, Watchers & Doers by Cheri Fuller might be the place to start. The author is an experienced educator who has written thirty books and her writing is based on years of experience. She begins by helping you to identify your child's learning style (auditory, visual or kinesthetic), then moves on to helping you discover your own. She also encourages you to discover your child's talents and gifts (introduction to the chapter on multiple intelligences) with this nugget: "Learning differences are not just liabilities, as we tend to think of them. They are pathways to the great potential that lies within." The chapter entitled, "Learning-Different People Who Achieved," describes the struggles and triumphs of seven famous people. You'll have to read it yourself to find out more! Finally, be sure to check out the list of recommended reading at the end of the book if you're interested in continuing your study of this topic. ~ Karen S., reviewer for Homeschooling Horizons Magazine www.homeschoolinghorizons.com