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No More Teaching
A guide for families;
helping kids learn!
By. L. Valerie Allyse
T
Mr. Collins. Emma is
learning in spite of
you!
Sure, it’s easy.
This is so boring. All he
does is lecture. I don’t
get i...
Once learning was simple…
First it was all about watching
and doing.
Then it was about following
a strict process. After a...
Once Upon a Time…
Behaviorism- Learning happens through
conditioning, and increases or decreases
because of reward or puni...
Developmental Stages and Cognitive
Structures.
Sensorimotor (0-2 years),
Preoperational (2-7 years)
Concrete Operational(7...
Learning Styles
Perceivers, concrete and abstract
Processors, active and reflective
Approaches Students Take to Learning
V...
How about “Intelligences”
• Verbal-Linguistic
• Logical-Mathematical
• Visual-Spatial
• Body-kinesthetic
• Musical-rhythmi...
Brain Based Approaches
to Looking at Learning
Constructivism: We construct meaning about
the world by connection it to something we
already understand.
Transfer of Lear...
Individual And Social Factors That
Influence Learning
• Threats and punishment
• Environment that challenges
• Emotions
• ...
Technology in Learning
Moving beyond drill and practice.
More is possible now than ever
before. Today you child can…
Talk ...
1 ) Remember emotions can impede or enhance
learning.
-Remove stress
-No threats
-Positive feedback
-Add novelty
2) Rote learning is for
driving, not for
spelling. 3) Make learning
hands on.
4) Include more senses
in learning.
5) Use technology in ways
beyond drill and practice.
References
Beers, B. (2006). Learning driven schools; practical guide for teachers and
principals. Association for Supervi...
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  1. 1. No More Teaching A guide for families; helping kids learn! By. L. Valerie Allyse
  2. 2. T Mr. Collins. Emma is learning in spite of you! Sure, it’s easy. This is so boring. All he does is lecture. I don’t get it at all, do you?
  3. 3. Once learning was simple… First it was all about watching and doing. Then it was about following a strict process. After all, it worked. Then things got more complicated…. (Beers, 2006).
  4. 4. Once Upon a Time… Behaviorism- Learning happens through conditioning, and increases or decreases because of reward or punishment. Social Cognition- Learning occurs in context with the cultural environment of the learner. (Beers, 2006)
  5. 5. Developmental Stages and Cognitive Structures. Sensorimotor (0-2 years), Preoperational (2-7 years) Concrete Operational(7-12 years) Formal Operational (12-15 years) Social Learning theory For learning to occur the learner must pay attention, remember what they saw/heard, must be capable of copying the behavior, and must want to do so.
  6. 6. Learning Styles Perceivers, concrete and abstract Processors, active and reflective Approaches Students Take to Learning Visual Learners Auditory learners Kinesthetic learners Current Ideas in Learning
  7. 7. How about “Intelligences” • Verbal-Linguistic • Logical-Mathematical • Visual-Spatial • Body-kinesthetic • Musical-rhythmic • Interpersonal • Intrapersonal • Naturalistic
  8. 8. Brain Based Approaches to Looking at Learning
  9. 9. Constructivism: We construct meaning about the world by connection it to something we already understand. Transfer of Learning: Using what we know to figure something else out. Memory: There are different types of memory and different ways to both put information in memory and to retrieve it. Emotion plays a big part on how memories are stored and recalled. Metacognition: Setting own goals and reflecting on own progress. Active learning. Motivation: Affects the amount of attention the student gives to the situation. • (Beers, 2006)
  10. 10. Individual And Social Factors That Influence Learning • Threats and punishment • Environment that challenges • Emotions • Meaning and Relevance • Attention Cycles (Beers, 2006)
  11. 11. Technology in Learning Moving beyond drill and practice. More is possible now than ever before. Today you child can… Talk directly to people doing relevant work in different areas of study Get most up to date information Get information directly from it’s source Be an active participator in research Use technology to graph and chart data Interact with others around the globe And that is just the beginning… ( Leu, Leu, & Coiro, 2004)
  12. 12. 1 ) Remember emotions can impede or enhance learning. -Remove stress -No threats -Positive feedback -Add novelty
  13. 13. 2) Rote learning is for driving, not for spelling. 3) Make learning hands on.
  14. 14. 4) Include more senses in learning. 5) Use technology in ways beyond drill and practice.
  15. 15. References Beers, B. (2006). Learning driven schools; practical guide for teachers and principals. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), Alexandria, VA Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2008). Program four: Brain Research and Learning. [Motion picture]. In Teacher leadership in the classroom: Increasing learning and achievement. Los Angeles: Laureate Education, Inc. Leu, D. J., Leu, D. D. , & Coiro, J. ( 2004). Teaching with the internet k-12; New literacies for new times. (4th ed). Christpher-Gordon Publishers, Inc.: Norwood, MA. Original music by C. Natayla Allyse.

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