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Tips to Help Your Auditory Learner With Their Study

Do you often hear your child talking to themselves or singing when they should be studying? If they are an auditory learner, it's likely they identify with the characteristics of an auditory learner and could actually be learning while they sing! If this sounds like your student, The Tutoring Center, Houston TX has some tips to share.

Look for Recorded Books

Textbooks are always going to be the primary way for a student to study, however, don't get too caught up in the literal meaning of the word 'textbook'. Instead, look for spoken alternatives where your child can sit and listen to lessons as they study. Alternatively, ask their teacher if your student can record important lectures or lessons to listen to for review.

Sing, Sing, Sing!

If your child has is struggling with a particular equation, think about their favorite song or jingle and find a way to sing the equation to the tune. While you aren't going to release a #1 chart topping hit, singing simple jingles can be a great way for an auditory learner to learn and recall the information faster.

Have a Chat

After your student finished their study session, sit down with them and ask them about what they learned. Even if you don't understand what they are telling you, simply hearing their own voice speak the lessons aloud can not only reinforce their study session, but it can also trigger them to realize a mistake they may have made.

Tutoring Classes Benefit All Styles of Learners

It doesn't matter if your student learns through spoken word or prefers to read, tutoring classes can help raise their grades through one-on-one tutoring. If your student could use a bit of extra help lifting a B to an A, speak with The Tutoring Center, Houston TX at (832) 571-8224 book a free consultation and to learn more about their 'Geniuses in Training' programs which are designed to help children of all learning styles and levels reach their potential.


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