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Learning Decoded

A Unique Learning Style

Every student has a unique learning style. In her book Learning Decoded, Heather Bragg guides parents through the sometimes arduous process of figuring out how to help your child with difficult school tasks.

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When you see your child’s strengths and weaknesses clearly, then a plan of action can be put in place to aim for success. Success means that your child will learn to love learning and take responsibility for their own academic success!

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“Learning Decoded opened my eyes on how I can help my son with current and future learning development issues. The book easily explains why he could be good in one subject and need help in another area … it gave easy to understand ‘tricks’ and many helpful resources to learn more.”

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Book: Learning Decoded

by Heather Bragg, M.A.

In her book, Learning Decoded, Heather Bragg guides parents through the sometimes arduous process of figuring out how to help your child with difficult school tasks through her unique three step process: Input, Output, and Process. But it’s only the beginning.

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