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Learning Science

Learning science can be interesting and confusing at the same time. It is best to isolate a concept or a sequence of facts that a student needs to learn. Then the student should attach diagrams, charts, or pictures to the concepts that are being learned. The visuals help a student to remember the pieces.

Some students are whole to parts learners. Show the student a picture of the whole idea, or concept, or diagram sequence. Then have the student learn the parts.

Some students are parts to whole learners. They need to learn the parts or pieces first and then put the pieces together on the total concept.

Have a student struggling with learning? Get immediate help. Contact Beth Silver at 310-720-0390 or

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