Are You Mislabeling Your Intuitive Child?
Caron B. Goode, Ed.D., NCC, DAPA with host Rae Pica
|Squelched by traditional and outdated ideas about learning, intuitive children are often misunderstood or, worse, mislabeled for their “different” learning styles. Find out why, for some children, learning by intuition is not only more important than traditional academic approaches but superior.|
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May 8, 2009 Parents Channel
Caron B. Goode’s interest in childhood development began when she taught special education children and later worked as a research consultant at the National Headquarters of Special Olympics in Washington, D.C. Since then, she has worked with children and families in private psychotherapy practice, and has designed empowerment seminars for parents, professionals and corporations; and consulted for public and private school programs.
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