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Stephannie Addo Reflective Learning 02/18/18 Module 5 Zull breaks up the learning cycle into four cycles Sensory, Motor, Front Integrative, and Back Integrative. From the assigned reading he talks about how to teach your students from one cycle to the next cycle through the use of evoking emotions. In the book Zull explained that he was working on being a better teacher to his students in the classroom. He ended up using the game of Jeopardy to help make their learning more meaningful, and to help them become engaged in the subject. What he learned during this experiment was that it did not help the students become more engaged, instead they did not learn anything at all, when it pertained to the subject. The only take away that the students had was that the game was fun, and it was a memorable experience. What Zull learned is that in order for his students to really absorb the subject, the subject had to be of importance to them. That changed the trajectory of his teaching, instead of teaching about what he thought they should know, he taught from a place of how is this important to his students.
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