Friday, January 31, 2014

Bullies and Rules

An interesting article appeared in the media recently, about a school that ditched rules and reduced bullying (you can read it here). However, we'd like to encourage you to consider another way of reducing the incidents of violence and intimidations: using Learning Styles.

Many children become rebellious at school because they feel bored, stifled and misunderstood. The solution for their disruptive behaviour lies in satisfying the needs of their unique Learning Style.

Dealing with a bully is no different. You only need to look at their learning style report to see what's behind the fists and the hurtful words.

Learning Style Analysis - it's not only about classroom learning. It's about behaviour, responsibility, perseverance and making friends.

Try it out today.

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