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Now that you’ve been through the tutorial and learned about the multisensory teaching approach including:

  • What multisensory teaching is.
  • Research supporting the use of a multisensory teaching approach .
  • How to teach in a multisensory manner.,
  • About auditory, visual, kinesthetic, and tactile learning styles.
  • How to find out your child’s learning style.
  • About Environmental, Emotional, Physiological, Psychological, and Sociological learning preferences.
  • How to create and adapt lessons to a multisensory teaching approach .
  • And You’ve been given lists of ideas for multisensory teaching.

You are armed with training and ready to explore using the multisensory teaching approach with your child! As you know by now, the multisensory teaching approach is proven by research to be effective for teaching kids. The multisensory teaching approach is sometimes the ONLY way to effectively teach kids with learning disabilities.

Multisensory teaching is particularly effective for kids with dyslexia or reading disabilities that keep them from learning through books and words.

The multisensory teaching approach is also MUCH more engaging for kids with ADHD. To put it simply, hands-on, visual, and verbal learning is fun for most kids!

Information on additional resources is provided after the next page of this multisensory teaching approach tutorial. The listed resources are places that will make it easier for you to find multisensory teaching materials when you get into lesson planning.

Be SURE to use the site’s navigation menu or table of contents to check out the sections about effective curriculum to use for teaching kids with learning disabilities. I have pages of multisensory programs for reading, writing, and math. Choosing ready-made multisensory programs can make your teaching more effective and learning easier.

In addition, you may want to check out assistive technology for reading, writing and math. Assistive Technology adds another dimension to your child’s learning which can help keep your child on grade level.

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