Every person is unique. This is true even for the ways in which he or she learns new things. Some learn through being told. Some need to be shown. Some need to use their hands and bodies to experience things for themselves, some like learning surrounded by nature, some prefer being taught musically. Some like learning in groups while interacting with others, while some are solitary learners. Everyone is different – but everyone has the potential to learn and grow.

Howard Gardner identified eight types of intelligences which human beings possess. Every child has one or more of these intelligences, and by harnessing the specific combination of intelligences that your child possesses, his understanding of the world around him can grow at an accelerated pace, while also making sure that he really grasps the fundamentals of what he is being taught