TopKick Instructors are Experts in Bringing out the Best in our Students.
At TopKick Martial Arts, we understand that everyone learns differently. That’s why our certified instructors are trained to identify and work with our students in their best learning modality. Whether you’re a visual learner who needs to see the techniques demonstrated or an auditory learner who needs to hear the instructor’s explanations, we’ll make sure you’re getting the most out of your classes and enjoying the learning process. We want our students to excel in life, and we believe that the key to success is finding an approach that works for you. Come try a class today and see for yourself how we can help you reach your full potential.
WHAT IS A LEARNING MODALITY AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO KNOW MY CHILD’S BEST ONE?
Kinesthetic learners often remember best what they do or experience, so they may benefit from hands-on activities or experiments.
And of course, children have a combination of all three. They learn best when they are able to engage with material in a variety of ways. That’s why it’s so important for educators to provide a wide range of learning opportunities in the classroom. By giving students the chance to see, hear, and experience new concepts, we can help them to build a strong foundation for lifelong learning.
HOW CAN I FIND OUT WHAT MY CHILD’S BEST LEARNING MODALITY IS?
Or do they prefer to sit back and watch as others play?
Do they like to listen to music or books?
WHAT ARE SOME STRATEGIES FOR HELPING MY CHILD LEARN IN HIS OR HER BEST MODALITY?
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD DOESN’T HAVE A PREFERRED LEARNING MODALITY?
ARE THERE ANY OTHER THINGS I SHOULD CONSIDER WHEN HELPING MY CHILD LEARN AT HOME?
When we are tuned in and involved in our children’s education, they feel supported and are more likely to succeed.
While every child is unique, there are generally three main learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. If you can identify your child’s predominant learning style, you can then take steps to ensure that their educational needs are being met. For example, visual learners might benefit from using flashcards or coloring pictures to help them memorize information. An auditory learner might prefer listening to audiobooks or music while they study.