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Idol learning & teaching

  1. 1. What Works for You?<br />Learning Styles<br /><ul><li>Visual Learning
  2. 2. Auditory Learning
  3. 3. Read/Write Learning
  4. 4. Kinesthetic Learning</li></ul>You Self Educate; Professor coaches & facilitates<br />
  5. 5. Visual Learner<br /><ul><li>Reading and studying charts, written words, or pictures.
  6. 6. Taking Notes from an overhead, chalk board or PowerPoint presentations
  7. 7. Drawing pictures, diagrams of information
  8. 8. Using the mapping system to create visuals of relations</li></li></ul><li>Auditory Learners<br /><ul><li>Focus on listening
  9. 9. Focuses on what the instructor is saying
  10. 10. Makes audio tapes of class lectures and discussions
  11. 11. Self talk
  12. 12. Study in groups</li></li></ul><li>Read/Write Learners<br /><ul><li>Create an Outline of the Main Points
  13. 13. Using a Hierarchical Design, Identify Relationships between Main Ideas and Important Supporting Details
  14. 14. Integrate Lecture & Reading Material into Course Outline
  15. 15. Embrace Use of a Mapping Style Note Taking Outline
  16. 16. Create a Study Guide for the Main Points of a given Lecture or Reading Assignment</li></li></ul><li>Kinesthetic Learners<br /><ul><li>Role Playing
  17. 17. Using your hands to experience something
  18. 18. Making model, charts, diagrams, constructing, experimenting, etc.
  19. 19. Adding movement to studying (walking, tapping-a-finger, rocking)
  20. 20. Chewing candy/gum or eating sunflower seeds
  21. 21. Studying in a group</li></li></ul><li>TEACHING STYLES<br /><ul><li>Teacher-centered
  22. 22. Content-centered
  23. 23. Student-centered
  24. 24. Reviewing the syllabus, observing the lecture, monitoring the type of language the professor uses are ways to identify teaching styles.</li></ul>Mentors & Classics<br />5 Settings<br /> - Tutorial<br /> - Group Discussion<br /> - Lecture<br /> - Testing<br /> - Coaching<br />
  25. 25. Teacher-Centered<br /><ul><li> Teacher expertise</li></ul>Good Mentors<br />1. Use the Classics<br />Personalize<br />KISS: Read, Write, Discuss<br />Apply Lessons to Life<br />Accept only Quality Work<br />Set the Example<br />
  26. 26. Content-Centered<br /><ul><li>Professor believes the main task is to cover material from the textbook.</li></li></ul><li>Student-Centered<br /><ul><li>Students participate in the learning process. </li>

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