This #1 New York Times best-seller from America's top learning expert offers revolutionary ideas to help children reach their true potential. As Dr. Mel Levine says, "Different minds learn differently." Adults often expect children to be good at everything, and schools continue to ignore student uniqueness. Dr. Levine shows that children must be handled one at a time, so individual strengths can be developed while weaknesses are bypassed.
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by Mel Levine
by Andy Andrews
by Andrew Sean Greer
by Dave Pelzer
by Timothy B. Shutt
by Thomas Allen
by Stephen Kuusisto
by Matthew Kelly
by Ellen Jackson
"Brian Keeler's gentle, leisurely delivery works against him at the start of this book about children's learning styles because the author starts too slowly, taking too much time to review basic ideas (that children learn differently, need different approaches, etc.). However, once the material moves into stories about children Levine has worked with and explanations of physiological or pedagogical distinctions, the book takes off, and Keeler's delivery fits it perfectly. He communicates the author's deep sympathy for children, his frustration with inadequate teaching methods, and his visionary optimism, making the later sections of the book highly engaging. G.T.B. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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