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September 29 2006 School Reform Newsletter

Here's the latest article from Kristen Houghton for School Reform at

The Visual-Spatial Learner
In a room of twenty students, a teacher will find multiple learning styles. Yet the old style of trying to fit “square pegs into round holes” persists in the public school systems of the 21st century...

"The rose which blooms alone and in great brilliance is sometimes more beautiful than the roses which bloom in a cluster. The child who is "different" in learning abilities is sometimes the most gifted child of all.
Public schools are lacking in their capabilities to adjust for different levels of learning. How can you help a visual-spatial child to achieve her greatest potential? Read the above article for information on helping your child be her best.

Now that school has been in session for over a month, how is your child doing? Is it too early to connect with the teacher? If you think that there may be a need for you to get in touch with your child'steacher, don't hesitate. Your meeting can make the difference between a so-so year for your child and a "super great one!" KH

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Kristen Houghton , School Reform Editor

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