Item description for Every Child Can Succeed: Making the Most of Your Child's Learning Style by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias...
Overview This enlightening resource shows parents how to utilize a "learning styles" approach to help their children live up to their potential and find success in life.
Publishers Description This enlightening source shows parents how to utilize a "learning styles" approach to help their kids live up to their potential and find success in life.
Citations And Professional Reviews Every Child Can Succeed: Making the Most of Your Child's Learning Style by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Ingram Advance - 08/01/1999 page 47
Beyond the Cover Author Interv - 08/01/2000 page 20
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.42" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 1999
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 1561797081 ISBN13 9781561797080
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More About Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
Cynthia Ulrich Tobias is founder, manager, and CEO of Apple St. (Applied Learning Styles). She is the best selling author or eight books, including "I Hate School." A popular presenter at workshops, classes and seminars, Cynthia is known throughout the United States and internationally for her entertaining, practical and life-changing presentations. She lives in Washington State with her husband and twin sons.
Cynthia Ulrich Tobias currently resides in Sumner, in the state of Washington. Cynthia Ulrich Tobias was born in 1953.
Reviews - What do customers think about Every Child Can Succeed?
I bought this looking for help for my 5 year old Mar 12, 2007
But it was more helpful for the older children. I will definitely keep it around for re-reading in the future when he is older and for times when the older children are struggling.
Get The Way They Learn but not this book Aug 2, 2004
After getting "The Way They Learn" by Tobias, I was expecting (based on the description) some help on how to teach the different types. Unfortunately, this book really just restates what is already in "The Way They Learn" and doesn't add much in the way of implementing teaching to the styles described. A waste of money for the same info spun a little differently.
EACH OF US LEARNS IN OUR OWN SPECIAL WAY! Aug 14, 2001
As a counsellor and teacher, I can attest first hand that each of us learns in our own unique way and at our own pace. There is nothing so traumatic to watch as an individual, child or adult, trying to learn a new task, complete a project or read a book and being left behind because he or she learns at a different pace than their classmates. You learn at the rate God, or whatever Supreme Power you believe in, intended you to learn. I have known individuals who took forever to understand a simple sentence, but could sit down and play a Mozart's Concerto by sound, without a single music lesson or the ability to read music. How many of us could learn that feat in a lifetime?
This book is an inspirational and helpful book for parents who are concerned that their child's learning skills are not on a level with other children. One of the worst mistakes a parent can make is to compare a child's abilities with those of others. Some of the most gifted, talented and extraordinary people of the world, artists, composers and academics alike, did not fit in with what was perceived to be "the norm".
"Every Child Can Suceed" is a very appropriate title to a book that will help parents understand, it is okay for their child to learn in their own unique way, at a pace that is comfortable for them. Who knows, with love and encouragement, they may someday turn out to be a president, a world-famous designer or a leader in whatever field they pursue. One is only limited by their own self-imposed restrictions or those forced upon us by others.
Wonderful learning styles! Feb 2, 2000
It really makes you think how as a parent this book could of helped me when I was in school. It is going to help with learning the styles with my 5 and 4 year old sons. Thank you, S. Mather
A great book for helping your child reach his potential Jan 16, 2000
This book has been such an amazing eye-opener for me. My second son was being considered borderline learning disabled at school even though he was doing his homework very well at home. After reading this book, I discovered that the WAY he learns is so much different than his older brother and different from the main teaching style in his school. This book gives great ideas for helping your child succeed based on his learning style (individual ideas for each style). My son had convinced himself that he was stupid, but now we have tapped into the way he learns, and he is so excited about learning. I also highly recommend "The Way They Learn" by the same author.