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Highly Sensitive Children’s Sensory Health Framework

HSC’s Sensory Health Framework The subsequent framework is based on the following hypotheses: 1) Highly sensitive children uniquely combine heightened sensory intelligence to other forms of intelligence, which impart them with a different identity formation. 2) The characteristics of modern space influence highly sensitive children’s sensory experiences and, as a result, their well being. 3) … Continue reading


Research news: Report identifies ways to boost children’s quality of life through outdoor learning

Source:University of Plymouth Outdoor learning can have a significant and positive impact on children’s quality of life but needs to be introduced more formally into the school curriculum in order for its potential benefits to be fully realized, a new report suggests. The report, published today, identifies a framework showing how governments could build on … Continue reading

Interesting facts for kids, strange fact for kids

Interesting facts for kids, strange fact for kids.

Kids Science Experiments – Kids Senses – Eyes on the Ball

Kids Science Experiments – Kids Senses – Eyes on the Ball.

And the learning begins

We have been here for a month and a half and I marvel at how an incredible influence our environment has on our senses and our relationships.  And not so surprisingly, these influences are clearly influencing my kids’ abilities to learn and our health. HSPs are clearly in need of types of stimulations that are … Continue reading

– How Does Autism Affect Learning?

How Does Autism Affect Learning? Every child with autism is different. It is called a spectrum disorder because there is so much variation in how autism expresses itself. In general, when it comes to learning, the most common problem that children with autism have is that it’s extremely hard for them to learn language and … Continue reading

SfA Resources for Parents, Teachers and Therapists | skillsforaction.com

Skills training for children with movement difficulties Ideas and resources for parents, teachers and therapists via SfA Resources for Parents, Teachers and Therapists | skillsforaction.com.

HS Children and learning

HSPs learn differently. They learn through their senses/bodies/spirit. In that sense they are like visual-spatial learners who, according to Linda K. Silverman and Jeffrey N. Freed:”  learn holistically rather than in a step-by-step fashion.” While these authors see visual sensing as primordial, in the HSP context, all senses play an important role in learning.  HSPs  … Continue reading

Teach to Students’ Learning Styles

Teach to Students’ Learning Styles by Judie Haynes It is especially crucial to take your students’ learning styles into account when you are teaching English language learners. This articles gives a brief description of each style and how you can teach to it. It is always important for teachers to teach to their students’ learning … Continue reading

Helping Visual Learners Succeed | Education.com

Helping Visual Learners Succeed Print Collect It! Email Twitter Helping Visual Learners Succeed Related Articles Helping Auditory Learners Succeed Helping Kinesthetic Learners Succeed Helping Your Child Succeed in School: Resource List Helping Your Child Succeed in School: Ages 5 to 7 Helping Your Child Succeed in School: The Basics What It Means to Be a … Continue reading