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    • 1. OCR National Diploma Media Tutorial 2009
    • 2. Starter Activity
      • In pairs, identify what learning activities your partner enjoys the most - be ready to share your findings
    • 3. Aims and Objectives
      • Objectives: At end of the session, students will be able to:
      • Define different styles of learning
      • Identify own style of learning
      • Evaluate effective learning strategies
      Aims : to develop an active approach to learning
    • 4. What is a learning style?
      • You are a unique learner, no two people learn the same way
      • It will help you in your studies to know preferred learning style
      • Using the three coloured lists, complete the worksheet ticking from the bottom of the column up
    • 5.
      • We will be using Dunn’s method to determine your learning style:
        • Visual
        • Auditory
        • Kinaesthetic
      • From the list above, which sheet matches the above headings?
      Dunn’s Model
    • 6. Why is it useful?
      • Academic advantages
      • Personal advantages
      • Professional advantages
    • 7. Visual Learners
      • Prefer to learn through visual stimulation
      • Use flowcharts and diagrams for note-taking
      • Write down key points
      • Sit near front of classroom
      • Use highlighters to mark important points
    • 8. Auditory Learners
      • Prefer to learn through verbal instructions
      • Present oral reports rather than written
      • Enjoys speaking with others
      • Enjoys music
    • 9. Kinaesthetic Learners
      • Prefer to learn through actively ‘doing’
      • Like to practice a technique
      • Creating a model
      • Hands-on activities, practicals
      • Field trips
    • 10. Summary
      • We are all unique - there is not a correct or better learning style
      • Dunn’s method using VAK can be useful - we are often more than one type of learner
      • Knowing our own learning style can help us study more effectively