Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Understanding the Wonderment

Have you ever wished, as a teacher, that the new students entering your classroom for the first time, came already knowing how to look with an inquiring eye, and able to listen gleaning, bit by bit, complete understanding?
The truth of the matter is that they do not. Why should they? June, July and August allowed for just the opposite.

As astute educators we know that children must be taught to use these valuable senses, hearing and seeing, in a way that will benefit their learning. It is a process of teaching with the end in mind: students knowing what to look for complete with the ability to ask questions when they see something they don’t understand, plus, students realizing that, “If the ears don’t hear it, the brain will not know it.”

We must give the learner something worthy to listen to and powerful ‘eye candy’ to pique that understanding.

The IMAGE-ination Books Series using the vehicle of vivid photography will deliver the tools you need to start this process in a powerful way. Get yours today so that the first thing the child learns is….how to listen and see the importance of the rest of the year. OPEN THE BOX – Experience the Wonderment

Five Senses Hearing
Five Senses - Sight


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