Module 3 in the All Things Multisensory Series
In this module, you will discover our top tools for creating fun and effective multisensory tutoring sessions with your learner. These tools can be used in both in-person tutoring sessions as well as online.
Time to complete: 30 minutes
Low-tech tools of the trade
There are lots of low-tech tools available to use in your tutoring sessions to help you create a more multisensory learning experience for your learner. These low-tech tools are very versatile must-haves for you and your learner! You may be surprised at all the ways you can use these tools in a tutoring session.
Watch this video and discover our six top tools for multisensory learning online. It is full of ideas and tips on each tool and how to use them in a session.
Pick your favourite tools
Earlier in this module, you watched the video Six Top Tools for Multisensory Learning Online. Now it’s time for you to think about the tools and activities you would like to incorporate into your next tutoring session.
Download this handout:
- Take some time to review this Activity Guide – Top Tools for Multisensory Learning.
- Highlight some activities that you think would be appropriate for you and your learner.
- Think about the questions:
- How would you use these activities in your session?
- How would you modify each activity so they work for you and your learner?
In this module you have learned that there are lots of activities you can do with a learner in-person and online using very simple tools. You have seen some ideas for how to use whiteboards, sticky notes, highlighters, index cards, letter tiles and scissors in your tutoring session. You have learned how using these tools can ensure a more multisensory learning experience for your learner.
We hope you enjoyed the module and have found some new tools that you can use to maximize your multisensory approach in your tutoring sessions.
Why not try the following challenge!
Choose one of the tools from our list of top tools: whiteboard, sticky notes, highlighters, index cards, letter tiles, and scissors.
Plan an activity for your next session using one of these tools. Think about how the use of this tool will engage your learner in a more multisensory learning experience .
If you get stuck, click on the link below to review the tool you chose and some of the great activities you can incorporate in a session, online or in-person!
You have completed all three modules in the All Things Multisensory Series.
You can review all three modules in this course by clicking on a link below:
- Module 1 – Introduction to Multisensory Learning
- Module 2 – Multisensory Learning Online
- Module 3 – Top Tools for Multisensory Learning Online
Or why not try another course. We recommend the All Things Document Camera series.