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Presentation for Sunday Session at NYSCATE: Accommodating Learning Styles in Virtual Environments

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Learning styles and vl es

  1. 1. Accommodating Learning Styles inVirtual Spaces
  2. 2. Introductions  AndreaTejedor  Director ofTechnology  Highland Falls CSD  atejedor@hffmcsd.org  tejedor.andrea@gmail.com  You  Name  School District  Role in district
  3. 3. Objectives  Participants will learn how individual learning styles can be accommodated through the use of diverse emerging technologies.  Participants will learn how multiple technologies can be blended with face-to-face meetings to create powerful professional learning opportunities
  4. 4. “Seeing is Believing”
  5. 5. Index of Learning Styles  What type of learner are you?  Active or Reflective  Sensing or Intuitive  Visual orVerbal  Sequential or Global  How did your learning style play a role in the first activity?
  6. 6. Learning Styles in PBWorks  Face-to-FaceActivity: Population Estimation  How can we re-create this activity in an virtual learning environment?  How does the wiki meet the needs of diverse learning styles?
  7. 7. Learning Styles in Mindmeister  Face-to-FaceActivity: Brainstorming and Comparing  How can we re-create this activity in an virtual learning environment?  How does Mindmeister meet the needs of diverse learning styles?
  8. 8. Learning Styles inVoiceThread  Face-to-FaceActivity: Sharing and Reflecting  How can we re-create this activity in an virtual learning environment?  How doesVoiceThread meet the needs of diverse learning styles?
  9. 9. Wrap-Up & Reflections  Summary of the technologies  “Syntax Box”  Where do we go from here?
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