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Course Exercise for EDU 287

Course Exercise for EDU 287

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

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