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November 7, 2013

Learning Styles Workshop

KINGSTON — Want to know more about how your child learns? Maybe they are struggling in school, or maybe you just want to know how you can help them study and learn!

Research shows that people learn in different ways.

The NH Parent Information Center will present a workshop in which different learning styles and the theory of multiple intelligences will be discussed. Participants will receive tools to help identify their child’s learning style and learn ways to support their child’s learning.

The workshop will be held on Thurs., November 14, from 7:00-9:00 p.m., at the Sanborn Regional High School Library.

Pre-registration is required for this free workshop. Pre-registration will ensure that we have sufficient materials for all participants. To pre-register or for more information, please contact the Parent Information Center on Special Education at 1-800-947-7005 or 603-224-7005, or email admin@picnh.org.

This workshop is sponsored by the Sanborn Family School Partnership. You may also contact Julie Blomberg with any questions about the group or workshop at jtblomberg@comcast.net, or at 603-382-4335.

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