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Discussion of Learning and Teaching Styles. Strategies offered for teaching different styles of learning.

Discussion of Learning and Teaching Styles. Strategies offered for teaching different styles of learning.

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  • By Pat Hensley [email_address] http://successfulteaching.blogspot.com
    • MA + 30 in Special Education
    • Nationally Board Certified as an Exceptional Needs Specialist
    • 2006 Mauldin High School Teacher of the Year
    • 2006 Top 10 Teacher of the Year Finalist for Greenville County School District
    • Serving 2 nd term on the Board of Directors for The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
    • Teaching experience of 29 years
    • Labels
      • Federal funding
      • Criteria for different disabilities may differ in different school districts
      • Are they necessary?
    • General Description
      • A student with disabilities is like a car on a major highway
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    • Structure – chunks
    • Connected – relevance
    • Informative – processes, task analysis
    • Detailed explanation - modeling
    • Direct Instruction vs. Independence
    • Scaffolding – use of prior knowledge
    • Feedback: more than usual
    • Cognitive Barriers: learning styles vs. teaching styles
    • Is everyone ready for a test?!
    • Visual – learn better by seeing information
    • Auditory – learn better by hearing information
    • Tactile – Kinesthetic – learn better by touching
    • Interview the student
    • Teacher made Questionnaire
    • Professional tests
    • Many teach the way they learn
    • Meet the needs of the student by teaching to their style
    • Purchased vs. teacher-made
      • Orton Gillingham
      • Hooked on Phonics
    • Teach reading through content areas
    • Use Graphic Organizers
      • Main idea and details
      • Compare and contrast
      • Sequential order
      • Plot
      • Cause and Effect
      • Drawing Conclusions
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    • Writing key points or words
    • Response mode can be done by having instructor write down the response
    • Instructor use of post-it notes
    • Highlighters of different colors
    • Illustrate ideas or stories
    • Multimedia – computers, cameras
    • Illustrated books
    • Use of tape recorder
      • Use service learning students at local high school
      • Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts
    • Books on tape/CD
    • Block out extraneous stimuli.
    • Highlight essential information.
    • Present a small amount of work.
    • Repeat Directions aloud after reading them
    • Mnemonic Devices
      • ROYGBIV
      • Arithmetic
    • Musical jingles
    • Story telling
    • Response modes can be done orally
    • Response mode – student writes answers down
    • Students use post it notes
    • Student is active and in motion
    • Chew gum while studying
    • Move around during learning
    • Take frequent breaks
    • Teach to the individual and not to the label
    • Find out learning styles
    • Teach to the student’s learning style
    • It’s more important how you get the message across and not how expensive the materials are that you use
    • Teach through the content areas
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