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Lori Shandle-Fox. Martha F Campbell. Jennifer April. A lot of the work I do is with teams. I work with leadership teams, project teams, virtual teams, teams that are thrown together at the last minute and teams that have been together for a long time. We have all experienced it, where some people have no problems contributing to what is going on while others are quieter and more reserved. The Quiet Leadership Institute has some interesting data on this dynamic.
They estimate that half of the U. You could make similar correlations with introversion and extroversion. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The techniques parents learn in this book will teach them specific, research-backed, actionable strategies amassed from nearly reference texts with respect to how to create a learning environment that allows their kids to excel and develop confidence in their abilities, how to support and encourage their kids' education in ways that are best for him or her, and how to teach kids the strategies that help them each play to their individual learning strengths.
The book reveals how each of the eight personality types naturally gets organized, gets motivated, approaches new concepts, learns in groups, takes notes and files knowledge, tackles homework and test prep, and handles success and failure. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Parent's Playbook for Learning , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Parent's Playbook for Learning.
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I have seven grown children. Some born to me and some by marriage.
While they were growing up I struggled to understand what would work their very different personalities. I had no clue why something would work for one and not the other. I only knew that they were different and reacted differently to instruction and discipline. As I read I reflected back on my years of homeschooling, I realized that there were simple changes that I could have made in my teaching style.
A Parent's Playbook for Le I have seven grown children. A Parent's Playbook for Learning could have saved me a lot of sleepless nights and helped prevent some very stressful moments for my children. The personality quiz that is included with A Parent's Playbook for Learning helps you discover child's personality.
Knowing what type of learner your child is will help you develop a curriculum that will build on their strengths.
I would recommend this to any parent who wants understand how to help their child grow to be successful and happy learner. Mar 13, Gigi Frost rated it it was amazing Shelves: a-parent-s-playbook-for-learning-j. Every child is born with special skill sets and, most certainly, unique personality traits. A Parent's Playbook for Learning is an informative go-to guide for all parents. Even with all the experience on the planet, there are some things we may miss when it comes to identifying and encouraging the best in our children. There are helpful hints and "optimal study buddies" that allow the parents to further evaluate their own teaching styles.
Jen Lilienstein draws on her own experience and has created Every child is born with special skill sets and, most certainly, unique personality traits. Jen Lilienstein draws on her own experience and has created an innovative list separating each kind of learner into eight categories. Read the entire review here: Bookend Chronicles Mar 05, Stephanie Manning rated it it was amazing. This book breaks the learning profiles down in to 8 sections and teaches you how to teach your children according to their learning patterns. Includes several suggestions, techniques, guides and charts for getting the most out of your children.
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A handy guide for parents on what the best learning techniques are for their children depending on their personality types. It was written in easy to understand language and filled with handy tips. A helpful guide for parents. Sep 11, Kara rated it liked it Shelves: There is a lot to like about Jen Lilienstein's book.
First of all, it's based on the foundational idea that all children are different learners.