Learning Styles Intro

Learning Styles Intro - in order to serve varying learners....

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First Things First First Things First A number of things must be considered before a student’s learning style can be an effective tool: Students’ and Teacher’s Personality Students’ and Teacher’s Brain Dominance Students’ and Teacher’s Learning Style Students’ and Teacher’s Intelligences
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A Teacher Must Be Self-Aware A Teacher Must Be Self-Aware Teachers who are aware of their own personality, brain dominance, learning styles and intelligences are able to self-regulate their teaching in order to cater to students’ varying styles. If you know how you like to learn, you can challenge yourself to teach in different ways
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Unformatted text preview: in order to serve varying learners. It is your job to push yourself out of your comfort zone in order to help others learn! Teachers Must Be Aware of Teachers Must Be Aware of Student Styles & Adjust to Them Student Styles & Adjust to Them Effective teachers survey their classes in order to determine the combination of distinct dominances, styles, and intelligences. Example: What if you did nothing but lecture to a course of 50 students and only 8 were auditory learners. If 35 were right-brained kinesthetic learners, you could have implemented group work with a hands-on component....
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