Tips on how to find out your child’s learning style by Jason Perkins
Date: Tuesday October 28th 2014
Place: Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT), The Penthouse, Maneeya Centre, Ploenchit Road (02-65205801)
BTS: Chidlom (The Club is connected to BTS Chidlom station by a skybridge), Exit 2
RSVP:firstname.lastname@example.org or 081-8262399
Cost: FREE for IPN cardmembers and Baht 600 for nonmembers (includes presentation, handouts, light dinner (from a selection of 3), one glass of wine and soft drinks). Attendees are welcomed to email questions they have related to the topic to email@example.com to be answered during the Q&A session.
Does your child have trouble with spellings? Reading? Can’t seem to work with numbers or sit still in class? If yes, then there is absolutely no need to panic. It probably just means that he or she simply has a different learning style.
Every child has a different way of learning and understanding your child’s own learning style can help assure academic success.
IPN’s talk this month will discuss how theory of multiple intelligence can point out your child’s strengths and weaknesses.
During this talk, our guest speaker Jason Perkins, IB Coordinator at St. Andrews International School, will discuss:
- What is an Intelligence?
- Differences between Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligence
- How to investigate our own Learning Styles
- Understanding the traditional view of Intelligence and IQ testing
- Fun activities that combines Multiple Intelligences