Updated: May 27
A multisensory approach to teaching & learning is UNLIKE the traditional one.
In a traditional classroom setting
Teaching and learning usually involves the teacher teaching (talking) and the students listening (sense of hearing-auditory) or looking ( sense of sight-visual)
Lets take a look at the traditional method of teaching addition.
In a multisensory classroom setting (it may not be suitable in classrooms of 30+ students)
The multisensory approach promotes learning by trying to use as many senses as possible.
Now lets take a look at the video below: A multisensory approach to teaching addition.
The senses used in this video include the; sense of sight (visual), hearing (auditory), movement( kinesthetic ) and tactile (touch).
We have compiled for you a Multisensory Method for teaching various Counting , Sorting and Fine Motor Skills in the slides below;
Message for mobile uses: please see the instructions below the slides.