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Learnig styles
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  • 1. LEARNING STYLES
  • 2. Learning Styles Indicator • David Kolb’s Learning Style Model classifies learners as having a preference for • 1)concrete experience or abstract conceptualization (how they take information in), and • 2) active experimentation or reflective observation (how they internalize information).
  • 3. Diagrams of Kolb's learning styles
  • 4. Learning Styles Indicator Type 1 (concrete, reflective). • A characteristic question of this learning type is “Why?” Type 1 learners respond well to explanations of how course material relates to their experience, their interests, and their future careers. To be effective with Type 1 students, the instructor should function as a motivator. Type 2 (abstract, reflective). • A characteristic question of this learning type is “What?” Type 2 learners respond to information presented in an organized, logical fashion and benefit if they have time for reflection. To be effective, the instructor should function as an expert.
  • 5. Learning Styles Indicator Type 3 (abstract, active). • A characteristic question of this learning type is “How?” Type 3 learners respond to having opportunities to work actively on well- defined tasks and to learn by trial-and-error in an environment that allows them to fail safely. To be effective, the instructor should function as a coach, providing guided practice and feedback. Type 4 (concrete, active). • A characteristic question of this learning type is “What if?” Type 4 learners like applying course material in new situations to solve real problems. To be effective, the instructor should stay out of the way, maximizing opportunities for the students to discover things for themselves..

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