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Created for presentation at the Southeast Regional Association of Teacher Educators in Sarasota, FL on October 11, 2013. This is not the final file. More last minute changes may be made.

Created for presentation at the Southeast Regional Association of Teacher Educators in Sarasota, FL on October 11, 2013. This is not the final file. More last minute changes may be made.

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20  learning styles srate-2013 20 learning styles srate-2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 20 Learning Styles Individualizing to Learn Presented by Mrs. Melinda Stickney Dr. Joe Jerles Austin Peay State University SRATE Annual Conference, 2013 © Larry Lowrance
  • THE GREAT HUMAN BRAIN It is why we are who we are  Is where we think and  from which we speak, learn and store information  Become who we are  Learns in multiple ways --called learning styles
  • MANY LEARNING STYLES  Today we will share some ways to look at learning that you may not have thought about  Familiar Learning Styles  Visual Learning: seeing what is to be learned  Auditory Learning: listening to what is to be learned  Tactile Learning: tactile engagement of what is to be learned  17 Other Learning Styles View slide
  • 4. MULTISENSORY LEARNING engaging learning through multiple senses  Immersion in sensations  whole body experiences  Multimedia presentations of learning  The more a student is challenged, the easier learning occurs via multiple senses http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0c-f1PEOZa4 View slide
  • 5. SIMULTANEOUS LEARNING doing several things at once  Multitasking  Listening to music while working  Going back and forth between activities to learn  Engaging multiple pathways
  • 6. SEQUENTIAL LEARNING doing one thing at a time, then moving to next project  Rotate through centers or stations  Processing and mastery of information in steps  Task analysis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJiDV3EXC4E
  • 7. CONCRETE LEARNING hands-on experience with learning  Story sequence  Using manipulatives for math  Project based learning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rog1-H6pZDs
  • 8. ABSTRACT LEARNING manipulating abstract concepts  Thinking to relate and expand ideas  Socratic method  Manipulating religious ideas and concepts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWkgHHp0kDY
  • 9. INDOOR LEARNING when one learns best being inside, sitting in cozy chairs in comfortable temperatures  Independent reading centers  Sitting at a computer to learn  Working a puzzle  Reading in bed with mom or dad
  • 10. OUTDOOR LEARNING being outdoors in open spaces  Rock climbing  Gardening  Playing organized sports outside  Running with dog or riding a horse  Visiting a historical monument  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dh_XE40mj 4
  • 11. LEFT BRAIN LEARNING tasks are logical, analytic and objective  Learning numbers and math  Learning scientific concepts  Measuring and manipulating things http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xn7mGQ25to
  • 12. RIGHT BRAIN LEARNING tasks are intuitive, thoughtful and subjective  Linguistic concepts  Learning second languages  Playing and learning music  Art and Dramatic play  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ydJr1Is8xI
  • 13. HIGH TECH LEARNING activities centered in technology  Tablet technology (iPads, Kindle, etc.)  Computers  Television and movies  Simulators, video games, arcades http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5fTo6jIZNc
  • 14. LOW TECH LEARNING readily available found objects  Writing with paper and pencil or crayons  Lincoln Logs  Recyclables
  • 15. ACTIVE LEARNING when one learns best by doing things  Collaboration  Games  School plays  Learning centers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HM5I79fWTk
  • 16. PASSIVE LEARNING when one learns best by thinking and reflecting  Taking time to imagine, wonder  Reading and reflecting  Taking a “time out” to consider consequences
  • 17. STRUCTURED LEARNING formalized teacher-directed schedule  Coming in to a classroom with things on the desk to do and centers activated and ready  Following learned routines of the day  Attending to and following teacher directions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZQFErJn-Eg
  • 18.UNSTRUCTURED LEARNING  Group learning activities  Trial and Error Learning  Problem Based Learning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXpfCfuDqnY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgA1wZhW5TE
  • 19. SOLITARY LEARNING when one learns best being left to work alone  Engaging in tasks alone  Competing against ones self…beating best time  Parallel Play
  • 20. SOCIAL LEARNING group and cooperative learning activities  Working in teams  Competing as teams  Having partners or buddies  Group projects http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqY5wrSiWe0
  • TO SUMMARIZE Remember as you depart:  The human brain is an active and creative place  Today we shared 20 ways it learns – there are more  Help your students use them to organize their classrooms -- To meet needs of those who learn differently -- To meet needs of those who have disabilities
  • Resources Jerlesj.wikispaces.com/jnb;’oibn’rtr/
  • THANK YOU  Questions: Please contact Mrs. Melinda Stickney Dr. Joe Jerles e: jerlesj@apsu.edu College of Education Box 4545 Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN 37044