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Learning styles & multiple inteligences


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Learning styles & multiple inteligences

  1. 1. Learning styles & Multiple inteligences C. Camilo Vélez Q. Andrea M. Ortiz Q. Second language aqcuisition Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira
  2. 2. Learning styles theory Neil D. Fleming
  3. 3. Have you ever wondered……Why you have difficultylearning from a particularinstructor, whereas anotherseems to explain things injust the right way?
  4. 4. Have you ever wondered……Did you ever questionwhy the course that yourfriend said was so easyturned into a struggle foryou?
  5. 5. Have you ever wondered……Do you notice that youand your roommate havedifferent opinions onwhether or not to have theradio on while yourestudying?
  6. 6. What is “learning styles”To put it simply, learning styleis the way you tend to learnbest. It involves your preferredmethod of taking in,organizing, and making senseof information.
  7. 7. Several benefits of thinking about and trying to understand your learning preferences:
  8. 8. Several benefits of thinking about and trying to understand your learning preferences:
  9. 9. Several benefits of thinking about and trying to understand your learning preferences:
  10. 10. 3 learning style preferences1. Auditory (learning by hearing) 2.Visual (learning by seeing)3.kinesthetic (learning by doing)
  11. 11. Auditory (learning by hearing)• Auditory learners would rather listen to things being explained than read about them.• Reciting information out loud and having music in the background is a common study method.• Other noises may become a distraction.
  12. 12. Visual (learning by seeing)• Visual learners learn best by looking at graphics, watching a demonstration, or reading.• For them, is easy to look and interpret charts and graphs.• They may have difficulty focusing while listening to an explanation.
  13. 13. Kinesthetic (learning by doing)• Kinesthetic learners process information best through a “hands-on” experience.• Actually doing an activity can be the easiest way for them to learn.• Sitting still while studying may be difficult, but writing things down makes it easier to understand.
  14. 14. Multiple inteligence theory
  15. 15. • Who remembers the class clown in your elementary or high school?• Who remembers the boy who always drew on desks or any paper found?• Or the person who was always the leader in an activity?• Intelligence----- Measured in relationship to reading, writing, or arithmetic skills.
  16. 16. The Multiple Intelligence Theory Dr. Howard Gardner
  17. 17. • Hardvard changed his future• * bachelor of arts degree in social relations• Thesis- The retirement community in America• * degree on developmental psychology• thesis- The development of sensitivity to figural and stylistic aspects of paintings
  18. 18. • 1. Linguistic Intelligence:• Prefer to learn through words and language.• 2. Logical-Mathematical:• Prefers to learn through numbers and logic.• 3. Musical Intelligence:• Prefer the music, sounds and rhytms.• 4. Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence:• Prefers the physical experience and movement, to touch and feel.• 5. Spatial – Visual Intelligence:• Prefers Pictures, shapes, images, 3D space.• 6. Interpersonal Intelligence:• Prefers to use human contact and learn through communication in teamwork.• 7. Intrapersonal Intelligence- Prefers to use Self Reflection and self discovery on new topics.
  19. 19. Three suggested possible additions • Naturalist • Spiritual • Moral
  20. 20. “If a child is not learning the way you are teaching, then you must teach in the way the child learns” Rita Dunna
  21. 21. Bibliography es%20Explained