Animations Catering for Every Child's Learning Styles Profile!
Guaranteed to engage the most challenging child! Animations that create all essential literacy skills.
With Jazzles, there is a 'One Program
Includes All' solution for schools accepting the
growing numbers of students with disabilities in
regular classroom settings.
This is because Jazzles is learning-style
responsive. While Mainstream and Special
Education students do learn differently,
both benefit significantly from learning style
Jazzles has been created as a learning-style
responsive program with resources catering
automatically for a mix individual learning
preferences across the majority of the
Generally, Jazzles is defined as a non-adaptive
approach in that the students, both REGED
and SPED, often subconsciously make the
effective choice of how they intellectually
and emotionally engage - from the multiple,
systematic ways generated by the Jazzles
program and enriched appropriately by the
Teachers also have the opportunity to adapt
strategies - for example tactual-kinesthetic- to
the ways that best fit an individual's learning
The Jazzles Advantage
The animations are engaging all the learning styles 'intellectual, emotional, visual, aural and kinesthetic' simultaneously.
High engagement of every child, whatever their advantage or disadvantage. Excels in diverse classrooms.
Each animation is part of a sequence from A-Z with lyrics and concepts that thematically can be used across the curriculum including the Arts.
Familiarity with text is a core Jazzles Reading Strategy. Learning from 'the known' is a wonderful experience for teacher and student!
It is a proven, more logical learning method for students ' saving valuable teaching time often spent on 'word lists' and grammar lessons!
From this familiar text, teachers can easily extend learning, showing children how to transfer and apply what they 'already know' to new reading and writing applications.
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