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March 16, 2010


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Rittenberry Keiser

The child must be center of instruction or the teaching-learning process. He must be given consideration all his needs to learn. The children learn in different ways and different subject matters. So, the teacher should be sure that he is applying these principles on multiple intelligences. The parents have a great role in developing a child. By the way, thanks for this post for giving us teaching tips for right-brained child. You have enlightened our minds on this.

Shipton Strom

I am teaching facilitating learning to education students. One of the topics on the subject is the discussion on child growth and development and part of that is on the study of a left and right brained person. As a parent to an elementary grader, I learned a lot of principles in nurturing child's talents and skills. Having read this post adds my knowledge on parenting. Thanks!

 Winkles Francois

Absolutely great tips. I'll surely share this. Thank you so much for posting this great information. :)

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