Advantages, Disadvantages, And Examples Of Multisensory Approach

Examples of Multisensory Approach

Kids or anybody normally use visual and auditory senses to gain knowledge. But, these are not the only two senses we have. There are senses of balance (vestibular), smell (Olfactory), Touch (tactile), and Kinesthetics (bodily movements done to attain a goal), etc. too. Due to neurological shortcomings, if the visual and auditory senses are compromised, … Read more

7 Simple Multisensory Learning Activities For Adults

Multisensory Learning Activities For Adults

Children are not the sole beneficiaries of multisensory learning. Even grown-ups are always on the path of learning. Learning deficiencies force many individuals to drop out[1] of schools and colleges. This abandonment may reflect limited reading and writing skills. A few medical conditions or neuromotor disorders may disrupt other aspects of an adult’s normal life … Read more

Benefits Of Sensory Rooms In Schools

Benefits Of Sensory Rooms In Schools

Multisensory learning offers numerous advantages to students with special educational requirements. We have discussed important resources for enabling multisensory learning in our recent post. If we observe closely, the main role of multisensory resources is to stimulate senses, cognition and sustained ingraining of concepts. What if the process of multisensory learning is objectified in the … Read more

Important Resources For Implementing Multisensory Learning Approach

multisensory learning resources

“That kid could not comprehend what was written in the book!”, “It pained to see my kid struggling with simple counting even at 4th Std!”, “My kid shies away from reciting poems, can’t understand why!” All these concerns point out that there is something different needed for some kids to learn basic skills. On deeper … Read more