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I received A Parent’s Playbook for Learning to review.
Here are samples from A Parent’s Playbook for Learning.
This general TOC lists the chapters covering all learners.
Here’s the TOC from my Personal Playbook for Victoria.
Most of us assume extraverts are social and introverts are wallflowers, but it’s more complex than that.
There are the personality types listed in the Kidzmet books.
Judgers are not negative (our Christian beliefs and society would like us to think so!), but they tend to weigh pros and cons of situations and how people react to certain environments. They need to know options to feel comfortable.
Perceivers are more aware of themselves and others and the motivations that make us act certain ways.
Here is Victoria’s personal profile from the website. You can see the three sections it’s broken into: learning style, preferred teaching approach, and intelligences.
Obviously, I’m her teacher since we homeschool and the program is adaptable to work with parent-teacher relationships. For homeschoolers, this is successful to help explain to the other parent who may not interact in a main teaching capacity, or other family members or tutors, co-op instructors, and other extra-curricular leaders.
Since Tori is my most different child, I want to make sure I accommodate her needs. I have the whole kit for her. She learns differently from myself and her siblings. She is extremely sensitive and I don’t want her to get frustrated and hate learning. I am so thankful for my different child who makes me think and rethink how to teach her. Her gentle heart makes me slow down and reevaluate why I do anything. I trust she will grow up to do radical things for God’s glory!
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But, I also have purchased all the playbooks for my own personal use. ‘Cuz they’re that awesome.