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Intelligent Child:Using Holistic Learning Techniques
2008-03-28
Name: Editor Have you heard of these techniques before? Does your child use any of these study techniques? How effective do you think holistic learning is?

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2009-06-15
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Name: Lalitha A
Subject:  Holistic Learning enhances learning 3 times
Dear Editor and all parents on this forum,

Holistic learning is the best. When information is presented to the child in a logical, meaningful and holistic way, learning is phenomenal. Unfortunately, our education system dissects and presents knowledge the way frogs and cockroaches are dissected in laboratories. This confuses the child thoroughly.

0-6 years is the age for maximum development of the brain and if we look at what is going on in most schools and play homes, we see that a lot of the child' s potential to learn is wasted. Textbooks and techniques are so substandard.

There is a Phonic Kit available at Gangarams, MG Road, that provides holistic language learning to 3+ to 4+ year olds. Within one year the child learns to read, spell and actually write stories!!! It is very effective for dyslexic children too.
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2008-09-07
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Name: Shweta
Subject:  Holistic Learning
I loved the REMINDER...I guess, all of us, enthusiastic mothers know about this, but lose it somewhere in btn. I have four yr old twin girls and though they do follow this kind of a system in school, I would be greatful on more precise application methods on this system. Pl guide and give more ideas or links to sites that will help. Thanks. Shweta
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2008-03-28
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Name: Renu
Subject:  all subjects?
Hi. This article is nice and I will try it with my daughter who is in second standard. I was wondering if this can be used with all subjects. So far, for maths, we used to make her study by solving sums. Is lack of practice going to be a deterrent from this method. Please advise.
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2008-03-28
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Name: Kinjal
Subject:  takes long time
This technique appears to be taking a very long time. With the amount of subjects that children have to study nowadays, is it possible to use these kinds of techniques and still manage to complete the portion in time for the exam? I think that the biggest problem for this method is the time limit.
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2008-03-28
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Name: Sharda
Subject:  simple
These techniques appear to be quite easy to follow. It is something that needs to be learnt though. The parent will have to take a little trouble and sit with the child to make sure that he understands what he is studying. However, after some time, they will find that the child will be able to handle everything on his own.
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