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Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
Who are the learners
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  • 1. WHO ARE THELEARNERS?
  • 2. THINKING STYLE
  • 3.  Anthony Gregorc (1985) of the University of Connecticut developed a theory of thinking styles based on two variables: our view of the world (wheter we see the world in an abstract or concrete way) ando how we order the world (in a sequencial or random order).
  • 4. CONCRETE RANDOMS Characteristics of learners. Have an experimental attitude and behavior; are intuitive; are divergentthinkers; enjoy finding alternate ways of solving problems.
  • 5. CONCRETE SEQUENTIAL Implicactions for the classroom. These learners need opportunities tomake choices about their learning. They like independent work without teacher intervention.
  • 6. Implications for the classsroom. These learners requirestructure, frameworks, timelines, and organization to their learning.They like lecture and teacher directed activities.
  • 7. ABSTRACT SEQUENCIAL. Characteristics of learners. Prefer to decode written, verbal andimage symbols; delight in theory andabstract thought; rational and logical.
  • 8. Implications for the classroom.These learners prefer presentationsand lectures that have substance andare rational and sequential in nature
  • 9. ABSTRACT RANDOM. Characteristics of learners. Live in a world of feelings andemotion; associate the medium with the message; evaluate learning experience as a whole.
  • 10. Implications for the classroom. These learners prefer to receiveinformation in gropu discussion.Cooperative groups and partners facilitate learning.
  • 11. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Another distinguishing characteristic that makes brains unique is emotional intelligence , or the ability to use one’s emotions intelligently. Emotion intelligence includes five domains. Students differ dramatically with respect to demonstrating competencies in each of these domains.
  • 12. THE WORLD OF THE FUTUREIt has been said that parents and teachers prepare students for a world they will never know. It is a world unfamiliar.1. identify, organize, plan, and allocate resources.2. work with others.3. acquire and use information.4. understand complex interrelationships.5. work with a variety of technologies
  • 13. THE ADOLESCENT BRAIN

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