For every concept or lesson learned, a child goes through the Five Ways of Learning. This method is anchored on Howard Gardner’s (1991) Multiple Intelligences, which acknowledges that children learn differently from one another. The Five Ways of Learning presents various ways of learning a concept depending on a child’s learning preference. By tapping into a child’s unique learning style, Galileo is able to further nurture his strengths and address his weaknesses.
Five Ways of Learning