January 13, 2015

Multi-sensory teaching is done in a way that appeals to the five senses. Connecting new information to multiple senses enables some students to remember things better. This interactive workshop is for parents, classroom teachers and special education teachers who are seeking practical strategies to use with struggling students. These strategies can be done in small groups and with your child at home. 

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