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Using a Student�s Strengths for Better Studying

At SuperCamp, the learning and life skills academic summer camp for kids 9-18, we focus on individual�s particular learning styles. Knowing one�s own learning style, or strengths, can help when it comes time to study for a test. At SuperCamp, we make this point by telling campers the story of Slim �n� Bil.

Slim �n� Bil are both very smart people � smart in very different ways. Slim �n� Bil both have a wide range of skills. Whenever they meet, they like to show off their talents to each other, and practice their skills to build their intelligence in different areas. The question they ask each other isn�t �How smart are you?� it�s �How are you smart?�

When Slim �n� Bil first got together, they realized that their names together spell out each of the eight different ways that we�re all smart � and they created ways to practice and improve each area. Check this out:

S � Spatial-visual read maps, create 3D art, look at hidden-shape puzzles.
L � Linguistic write stories, give speeches, play Scrabble
I � Interpersonal take on projects in groups, get to know people
M � Musical practice beats, play an instrument

N � Naturalist look for patterns, do odd-one-out puzzles

B � Bodily-kinesthetic play with a hackey, act things out, dance
I � Intrapersonal keep a journal, create goals for yourself
L � Logical-mathematical do logic puzzles, play tic-tac-toe, look for reasons

Everyone is smart in all eight ways, and we may have particular strengths. When you study, use these strengths to study in a way that will be most effective for you. When you�re not studying, try out some of these practices to improve the areas you find challenging. No two people are the same, and we�re all smart. The question is, how are you smart?

Learn More at SuperCamp

At SuperCamp, our exceptional staff go in-depth with campers from age 9 to 18 on helping them identify their own learning style and how to go with their particular strengths. Our Youth Forum is seven days long and is for students going into grades 4-5 in the fall. Junior Forum and Senior Forum are 10 days long. Junior Forum is for incoming 6-8 graders and Senior Forum is for incoming 9-12 graders. We even have a college boot camp, Quantum U, an 8-day programs for incoming college freshmen.

SuperCamp is held at eight beautiful colleges across the U.S. throughout the summer. Quantum U takes place at Colorado College in Colorado Springs. More information on our programs is available at www.supercamp.com and www.quantum-u.com.

We also offer a unique 3-day Parent Weekend at which parents of kids in SuperCamp gain an insight into what their children are learning in their programs. In the process, parents tell us they learn a lot about themselves, as well. You can view a Parent Weekend video at http://www.SuperCamp.com.

Submitted by:

Jim Hartley

Jim Hartley works for Quantum Learning Network, a company that focuses on children and teen education and life skills.



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