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“we are not all the same, we do not all have the same kinds of minds, and education works most effectively for most individuals if… human differences are taken seriously” (Gardner, 1995, p. 208)
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T E A C H M ! Jamie Cano Ohio State University
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Theoretically and conceptually define modes of learning and multiple intelligences. Identify the impact of modes of learning and multiple intelligences on student learning. Objectives
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Cognitive Apprenticeship Alan Collins, John Seely Brown, and Susan E. Newman Constructivist Theory Jean Piaget Discovery Learning Jerome Bruner Democratic Principles in Education John Dewey Zone of Proximal Development Lev Vygotsky Stimulus/Response Theory B.F. Skinner Contribution Psychologist Modes of Learning
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What is your Learning Style? What do you do once you have measured your learning style, and the styles of your students? Should you tailor your teaching to students’ strengths? Or, should students expand their learning styles and become more flexible learners?
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Goal is to: Strive for a balance of instructional methods If balanced achieved, students will be taught partly in a manner they prefer, and partly in a less preferred manner
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Four Processes to Integrate Learning Styles into Effective Teaching Teacher Acknowledge that learning styles affect student learning and teacher teaching methods, and assess their own learning style Incorporate teaching practices that accommodate varied learning styles Student Assess their own modes of learning Develop learning strategies that make use of their preferred learning style, while further strengthening their less preferred style
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Students take in and process information in different ways: Kinesthetic Visual Auditory
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Active and Reflective Learners Active learners need to do something active with the material being learned Active learners tend to like group work more
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