multi-sensory integration

What is multi-sensory learning?

Multi-sensory learning involves the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and learning of written language.

What is a multi-sesnsory approach?

A multi-sensory approach is one that integrates sensory activities. This involves at least two senses at the same time. (It is not considered multi-sensory if the actions are not completed at the same time.) Your child sees, hears, and touches things.

In essence, a multi-sensory approach incorporates the learning styles for visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile learners.

Why does multi-sensory learning work for dyslexia?

Remember the dyslexic brain receives information through the right side of the brain or the artsy side. Compared to other learners receive information on the left side of the brain. With right brain learning and thinking, think movement like dancing, painting, playing an instrument. All of these things involve multiple senses!

What is multi-sensory learning?

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