The objective of our seminar series is to equip parents with the necessary skills to break down barriers of communication and advise them on strategies to build up stronger parent-child bonding.
Dunn and Dunn Learning Model
Rita and Kenneth Dunn define Learning Styles as “The way in which each learner begins to concentrate, process and retain new and difficult information. That interaction occurs differently for everyone.” When a child’s natural tendency and style is triggered, his/her ability to concentrate and make associations improves his/her chances of transferring information to long-term memory. The Dunn and Dunn Model is a comprehensive model that identifies each child’s strengths and preferences across the full spectrum of five categories. These five categories have been identified in determining how we learn:
This tool will better help parents understand their children’s learning needs and develop effective strategies for their children.
Maximum Communication Between Parents and Children
It is essential to keep parents well informed and to include them as often as possible in the success of whatever is done for their children. There are several ways to effectively reach out to parents and children and include them in the decision- making processes surrounding their children’s education. In Maximum Communication, we suggest ways to break down barriers of communication and advise on strategies to build up stronger parent- child bonding.