Each one Reach one Teach one

by Josue Tavorn

The most important thing you can do is educate a child. You get to mold them and shape them into great adults and leaders. They’re like sponges that soak up everything, so fill them up with as much information as you can. And it begins at home first. 


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Early childhood Education comes First

This is the beginning of teaching a child. This is the fun part because at this elementary age they actually listen, and this is when they find out how to learn. The only thing is with this age group, they’re attention span is short. So, whatever your teaching them needs to be quick and short. If at this level the kids are learning well. The next level will come easy or will flow better. Teaching the kids to stand up and read out loud at home builds confidence and gets them ready to stand before people. 

Middle School Education is Next 

This level of learning is essential to any kid’s growth. This is usually about the time they find out their own identity. They learn confidence and self-esteem, trying to find friends they fit in with. Everything a parent has taught them at the elementary age should be confirmed at this level. This age group should be at a reading level that is either higher or right on with their grade. Most schools have a separate group reading program frisco tx. These programs are usually in place to keep the kids on the right level. They may be pulled out of class to have more one on one, so they won’t fall behind. You learn to go to different classes at this level.

Teenage Life Skills are Needed

At this teenage level the kids should be educated in reading, writing, social skills and confident within themselves. This is because they should have been taught at home as well as at school. If they didn’t learn something early on, it’s harder to teach them what they may be missing. It’s harder for them to play catch up because at this age they’re not really paying attention. They need to put in more effort and really have to want it. They’re more distracted now than at the earlier stages of education. 


Learning Styles are known Early

To know your learning style is pretty much how you’re educated early on. There are different styles of learning. This helps you to retain information better because you can tell your teacher, mentor, or employer how you learn. 

• Visual (seeing) 
• Auditory (hearing it)
• Kinesthetic (hands on)

These are the different styles of learning. The way you’re educated as a child helps you to be successful later on in life. Once you’re aware of your style, I believe it helps you have patience for those who learn different from yourself. It’s usually harder to teach someone that doesn’t know how they learn. If you’re teaching someone no matter what it is, help them find out what their learning style is first. It makes your job a whole lot easier.