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What's Your Learning Style?

What's Your Learning Style?
What's Your Learning Style? Have you ever wondered why you do better in some classes than others? It may depend on your individual learning style. Your learning style influences the way you understand information and solve problems. There are three primary learning styles: Visual Auditory Tactile Many people use a combination of learning styles, whereas others learn best by using just one. Answer the 20 Questions Just Show Me the Results

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Howard Gardner - Harvard University Howard Gardner is the John H. and Elisabeth A. Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He also holds positions as Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Harvard University and Senior Director of Harvard Project Zero. Among numerous honors, Gardner received a MacArthur Prize Fellowship in 1981. He has received honorary degrees from thirty-one colleges and universities, including institutions in Bulgaria, Chile, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, South Korea, and Spain. Gardner received the Prince of Asturias Award for Social Sciences in 2011, and in 2015, he was awarded with the Brock International Prize in Education.

7 Great Tools for Creating Flipped Lessons from Existing Videos When they are used in the right context flipped lessons can be a good complement to classroom instruction. Not everyone has the time or skill to make effective instructional videos for their students. In those cases you can take advantage of the millions of hours of instructional videos found on YouTube and other video sharing sites. But don't just have your students watch the videos then come back to your classroom. Have them answer some specific questions that you build into the instructional videos that you find online then share with your students.

Motivating the Unmotivated Here's an all-too-common scenario: A group of elementary or middle school students are unruly, disrespectful and underperforming academically and socially in the classroom. They do not appreciate the value of education. The teacher, despite good intentions and passion, is viewed as an adversarial or irrelevant authority figure.

Make It Stick — Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III, Mark A. McDaniel To most of us, learning something “the hard way” implies wasted time and effort. Good teaching, we believe, should be creatively tailored to the different learning styles of students and should use strategies that make learning easier. Make It Stick turns fashionable ideas like these on their head.

Controlling Procrastination Procrastination is putting off or avoiding doing something that you must do. It is natural to procrastinate occasionally. However, excessive procrastination can result in guilt feelings about not doing a task when it should be done. 1 WORKSHEET – 10 GAMES Make drilling more meaningful and fun. All you need is a sheet of paper. This post shows how the use of game mechanics can help a teacher design better drilling activities and turn repeated practice of target grammar or vocabulary into a cognitively engaging exercise. Focus on the material to be practised and learning outcomes for your group of students: e.g. irregular verbs Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching - Teachers.Net Gazette How to Start Class Every Day Making Your Students Feel Seen Greeting students will have the most immediate impact on your day or each class period. A sincere greeting establishes a positive climate for the classroom. You experience greeting people in daily life. You are greeted when you visit someone’s home or business, board an airplane, enter a place of worship, or just see a friend.

Study Habits Quiz This activity requires JavaScript to be enabled in your browser. Study habits quiz Click on a study area that you want to review. It should only take you 5 minutes to complete and you may get some ideas about resources that are available to help you develop your study skills. Study Areas Organising and planning Completing assignments Note-taking Reading for learning

auditory read about the topic i am doing or sit near the front so u can here sit next to people who will not distract u hi miss did i do it right by kacimoate Jan 26

Hi Kaci, Once you have completed the questionnaire and found out what your preferred learning style is, you have to read the tips to help you learn. You then need to post a comment listing three things in particular that you think will help you. by missmallen Jan 26

do u have to say about your leaning style by kacimoate Jan 26

hi miss i dont understand our homework by kacimoate Jan 26

auditory means I learn by hearing things by kacimoate Nov 23

visual sit near front of the classroom have your eyes tested on a daily basis use flashcards to remember words try to visualize things that you hear or are things that are read to you write down keywords,ideas or instructions colour code things by katiehughes Nov 23

Tactile Learner: Tap a pencil or shake foot; Take frequent breaks; And use a computer to study. by charlotteexon.chan Nov 23

Auditory/tactile Study new material reading allowed and sit were I can hear also chew gum, walk around, rock on chairs. by aliciacrosthwaite Nov 22

i am a tactile learner 3 ways to help learn -do activitiesthat involve touching,building,moving or drawing do lots of hands on activities tap pencil or foot by davman999 Nov 22

Miss Mallen, I am an auditory learner. These are the three tips I agree with the most; Have test questions read to you out loud. Study new material by reading it out loud. Read stories, assignments, or directions out loud. I chose these because I didn't really agree with any others ones. By Ellie. by elliecolclough Nov 22

Auditory learner- •Read stories, assignments, or directions out loud •Record yourself spelling words and then listen to the recording •Have test questions read to you out loud by ellie_grainger Nov 20

Thanks for helping Beth out Maddie. We'll try and sort her account out next lesson. by missmallen Nov 20

Well done Cassie, Jess and Lizzie for completing your HW so quickly! by missmallen Nov 20

OK Callum, we'll do the quiz together in class to find out. by missmallen Nov 20

Visual: Colour cold things, Write down key words, Sit near the front. by cassia.edwards Nov 19

Tactile participate in activities,finger spell,draw by 13elllib Nov 19

Sit where you can hear. Have your hearing checked on a regular basis. auditory by jess.brown Nov 19

Visual: Sit near the front of the classroom, Write down key words, Colour code things. by lizzietemple6 Nov 19

i dont no what my learn style is mc50cal by callumsenior Nov 19

beth's account didn't work so she did it on mine and she was tactile! by xxmaddiefxx Nov 18

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