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Eraser learning tendencies

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  • 1. Eraser Learning TendenciesInnate Abilities Work Best When They • Empathetic and intuitive • Can work with others • Subjective, abstract, affective • Have time for self-reflection • Read between the lines • Are given a rationale for learning • Personal information • Receive personal attention and support • Sensitive, flexible, and amenable • Work in a non-competitive environment • Use imagination in their workChallenges They Face What They Need to Work On • Being detail-oriented and exacting • Picking a plan and staying with it • Working alone; following detailed • Focusing on time limits directions, doing one task at a time • Giving attention to detail and precision • Working with time limits and parameters • Controlling impulsivity • Being correct/receiving negative • Controlling emotions feedback • Seeing details • Memorizing • Including details in decision-making • Working with difficult peopleInaginative Learner Tendencies • Wants to know WHY they should learn it • Focuses on what works • Asks questions, predicts, asks WHAT IF? • Enjoys pleasing others • Questions content and purposes • Realistic, careful about facts • Uses feelings and reflections • Works steadily • Seeks to understand • Can oversimplify • Wants to make connections • Likes harmony and works at it • Seeks alternative solutions • Likes praise, is sympatheticLikes Dislikes • Group work • Timed tests, computer-assisted instruction • Passing/fail grades • Debates • Self-evaluation; time to reflect • “Go for it!”Reading Preferences Writing Preferences • Likes stories that have personal feelings • Conversations about feelings and emotions and interesting people • Discussions about people • Biographies • Listening to others’ ideas, thoughts, and • Likes to relate reading to their own lives feelings • Likes peer-and buddy-guided reading • Think, Pair, ShareInstructional Activities: Cooperative learning groups, webbing, mapping, role playing, musicActivities They Prefer: Connecting, expressing, sharing, interpreting, imagining, discussionMultiple Intelligences Strengths: Interpersonal, verbal/linguistic

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