Every brain is a distinct combination of abilities, skills, and traits and a distinct way of comprehending and storing information. The human brain learns best through a combination of stimuli. When acquired knowledge is well-linked with prior experiences and other knowledge, comprehension and retention are greatly enhanced. Studies prove that such depth in comprehension is best achieved through multi-sensory learning.
Parents and carers are the child’s first, longest-lasting, and most important teachers, advocates, and nurturers. Positive parenting and strong engagement are central, not supplemental to promoting their overall development and wellness, including social-emotional and behavioral development. Studies also prove that parental engagement in the child’s education is directly linked with improved academic performance and also promotes a better attitude towards school and education.
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Progress and development are the sums of many factors. Where academic performance may explain the child’s retention and knowledge, it is hard to measure the child’s understanding of subjects or concepts. For a more consistent understanding of a student’s development, a teacher must have knowledge of the child’s minutest progress. Knowing enables the educator to efficiently support their pupil’s development and make improvements in the education of the child wherever necessary.