Recognise a child's multiple intelligence and learning styles at the fingertips!
Every child has unique talent as s/he has unique thumb sign. The scientific study and analysis of finger print are called Dermatoglyphics.
Fingerprints and brain connections are established at the pregnancy stage when fetus is 13-19 weeks old. Both the nervous system and the epidermal ridges have a common origin from the ectoderm in the embryo.
No two people have exactly the same finger prints. Different kinds of characteristics are found, even with monozygotic (identical) twins.
Dermatoglyphics pattern remains unchanged throughout the life of an individual. The same fingerprints will appear again after healing of wound.
Dermatoglyphics is an innovative method that records and analyses a child's fingerprints to identify their natural talents, creative potential and learning style.
Statistics show that Dermatoglyphics provides up to 88% accurate analysis of a person's multiple intelligences and learning styles.
In Sunday Times (London, UK), Dec 9, 2001 Roger Dobson article; scientists say "Finger Print Reading is True Guide to Intelligence".
The Dermatoglyphic method is well appreciated with proof of authenticity by Times of India; May 15, 2012 edition.
Howard Gardner proposed each individual has nine intelligences: Verbal-Linguistic, Mathematical-Logical, Musical, Visual-Spatial, Bodily-Kinesthetic, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Naturalist and Existential Intelligence.
Learning styles are an individual's natural pattern of acquiring information. Based on Neil Fleming's VARK model children's learning preferences are identified as: Visual, Aural, Reading and Writing and Kinesthetic Learners.
Discovering child's learning styles and areas of intelligences gives a clue on what activities they should spend more time, as children are curious and can absorb more knowledge. To remove the 'trial and error' method when parents try to make their child learn something without knowing whether the child will be able to understand the way they want.
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