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Learning Modalities Teaching Through Modality Strengths.

or she is ready or comfortable  Tests best when he or she can be subjective -- essay questions  Open book, low pressure  Could be “test phobic” if environment is not secure Learning Styles Learns Best By...  Liking and respecting the teacher  Having a welcoming, comfortable, secure classroom climate and environment  Working with things they can handle  Progressing at own pace  Rewriting notes taken in/

1. To understand the impact of learning styles on the supervisory relationship. 2. Review learning theories. 3. Identify types of learning styles. 4.

study. Science Daily. Retrieved July 10, 2011, from http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/03/090325091834.htm  Massey, M. G., Kim, S.-H., & Mitchell, C. (2011). A Study of the Learning Styles of Undergraduate Social Work Students. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 8(3), 294–303. doi:10.1080/15433714.2011.557977  Sodhi, M. K., & Cohen, H. L. (2012). The manifestation/

Considering Learning Styles: Communicating with Technology

would rather   (a) watch television.   (b) read a book. Age ? Type of task? Mood, Fatigue level? Situation, experience and maturity change learning styles. They are not immutable. Are learning styles valid and useful? Researchers must prove that students actually learn more effectively when their learning style is accommodated than when it isn’t – some argument as to whether this has been proven. Some critics feel that the/

© A.C.F.M. Korthout, MD * Praktijk voor Natuurgeneeskunde Sleeuwijk – www.natuurlijkbeter.com 1 Introduction on Learning Pathology at the SOU Course Western.

© A.C.F.M. Korthout, MD * Praktijk voor Natuurgeneeskunde Sleeuwijk – www.natuurlijkbeter.com 25 learning styles Optimal learning circumstances of a Watcher: Opportunity to express experiences and feelings Time to process experiences Opportunities to get / © A.C.F.M. Korthout, MD * Praktijk voor Natuurgeneeskunde Sleeuwijk – www.natuurlijkbeter.com 30 learning styles Optimal learning circumstances of a Thinker: Clear goals and program Oportunity to ask for the background Confrontation with complex problems/

“Understanding Your Preferred Learning Style Can Help You Develop Better Study Habits” Part I A Tutorial Learning Styles by Mary Coleman University of.

will be able to identify your preferred learning style. What are learning styles? Learning styles are simply different approaches or ways of absorbing information. YOUR preferred learning style is the way in which YOU learn best. What are learning styles? (Cont’d) The following three learning styles are most commonly identified: –Auditory –Visual –Tactile/Kinesthetic You will be introduced to four other learning styles as used by the Memletics learning styles inventory : –Social –Solitary –Logical –Verbal/

Let’s give our documents some How to Use Styles in Microsoft Office Word 2010 IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom.

what you have learned and offer exercise files to practice with outside of the e-learning module. e-Learning Overview Applying Styles Click the hyperlink above to open the digital learning object on how to apply Styles. The digital learning object will open/database design, software documentation and project management. She enjoys helping users learn how to use their applications to their fullest potential. The e-learning tool How to Use Styles in Microsoft Office Word 2010 was written and developed by Roni /

CH 11 – Teaching Styles and Strategies to Meet Learners’ Needs

minimize teacher talk Can use this with a variety of teaching styles – reciprocal, self-check, and inclusion Keep tasks fairly simple Cooperative Learning Research shows that cooperative learning results in greater achievement gains, improved cross-cultural friendships, increased /materials, then students work to make sure everyone in their group masters the information Reciprocal style helps here Structure for Cooperative Learning (Cont.) 4. Jigsaw: Students assigned to home teams of 4-6 members Each /

6 th Grade PEP Academic Planning Overview 1)Watch fun learning styles video 2)Complete intro to learning styles activity 3)Complete learning styles inventory.

was most difficult? This was intended to be a fun activity to help introduce the concept of different learning styles This activity may or may not reflect your preferred learning style Next, we will take paper and pencil learning styles inventory to help assess your learning style Learning Styles Inventory Complete the learning styles inventory by reading each statement and selecting: 1 = Rarely 2 = Sometimes 3 = Usually 4 = Always Add up your/


.html IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE 1 Prediction/identification of potential problems students may encounter Adaptation / integration of different teaching strategies to provide support Organise time to encompass different learning styles Ensure all styles are catered for across the learning experience (e.g. course) How does it marry with ‘teaching smarter’ ? IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE 2 Marton (1975): Approaches to study Students’ approaches to a task (their/

Identifying your Preferred Learning Style

outcome: Adult learners will be able to identify, describe and list five unique characteristics or examples for each of the three main styles of learning. Kinesthetic Learning Auditory Learning Visual Learning Kinesthetic Learning Auditory Learning Style Individuals with this preferred style of learning learn best from the spoken word.  These learners love the lectures.  They gain and retain from words.  They prefer to have verbal explanations rather than the written word/

Teaching and Learning with Technology ick to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2002.

STEP 1 - Know the Learner Consider: Physical and cognitive developmental stage Cultural and language differences Incoming skills and current knowledge base Personal characteristics (learning styles, etc.) Group characteristics and dynamics Teaching and Learning with Technology ick to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2002 The DID Model Know the Characteristics of the Learner Teaching and/

Learning Styles … …and what they mean to a training program.

: Gardner’s taxonomy of 7 ways individuals demonstrate intellectual ability Lead to a finer categorization of learning styles Multiple Intelligences: 7 Types Visual/Spatial Intelligence –Subsumes Visual Learner broad category Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence –/, from an auditory and from a tactile if possible Triangulation not only considers disparate learning styles, it reinforces one learning style with another Triangulation Scenario You might begin by explaining the general concepts in overview verbally/

Leading with Influence

employee participation in decisions, works with employees to determine what to do, and does not closely supervise employees. Considered a Theory Y-type leader. Copyright © 2011 Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. Basic Leadership Styles (cont’d) Laissez-Faire Leader One who takes a leave-the-employees-alone approach, allowing them to make the decisions and decide what to do, and does not/

Learning Styles and Strategies Vinod Patel Bernadette O’Hare.

can develop and become habitual People gravitate towards careers that are compatible with their preferred modus operandi. Learning Styles Activists 1.Activists involve themselves fully and without bias in new experiences 2.They enjoy the here and/people constantly involving themselves with others 10.In doing so, they seek to centre all activities around themselves. Learning Styles Reflectors 1.Reflectors like to stand back to ponder experiences and observe them from many different perspectives 2.Prefer/

Acadia Institute for Teaching and Technology1 Learning Styles.

data and facts Want a connection to real world Acadia Institute for Teaching and Technology13 Learning Styles Sensing - Intuitive Sensing LearnerIntuitive Learner InstructionImages Sounds Demos Case Studies Hypothesis Setting AssignmentsCreation of/Sequential 72% Easily makes linear connections between individual steps Acadia Institute for Teaching and Technology23 Learning Styles Sequential - Global Sequential LearnerGlobal Learner InstructionVideo Clips Diagrams & Images Maps Lecture Audio clips /

Course Overview Introduction Understanding Users and Their Tasks

Interfaces no explicit commands computer interprets observations of the user ubiquitous computing, immersive computing gesture recognition, user observation intelligent agents, user preferences Selection of Interaction Styles considerations who has control ease of use for novice users learning time to become proficient speed of use (efficiency) once users become proficient generality, flexibility, power task requirements user background [Mustillo] Task Requirements high degree of/

PowerPoint Presentation by Charlie Cook Leading with Influence Chapter 13 Copyright © 2003 South-Western/Thomson Learning. All rights reserved.

, works with employees to determine what to do, and does not closely supervise employees. Considered a Theory Y-type leader. Copyright © 2003 by South-Western/Thomson Learning. All rights reserved. 13–8 Basic Leadership Styles Laissez-Faire Leader –One who takes a leave-the-employees-alone approach, allowing them to make the decisions and decide what to do. Copyright © 2003 by South/

Learning Styles and their application to StudyNet LTI lunchtime seminar series Janet Webber – Physiotherapy/LTI Monday 15 th June 1.

that of the students assists their ability to adapt to new situations Increasing students’ awareness of their learning style/preference and then providing them with strategies to learn, in both their favoured and non-favoured environments, enhances teaching and learning 9 Learning Styles and Education Students learning style vs. Educators learning styles –Awareness is important –Matching –Mismatching E.g. –Fleming and his VARK –Kolb –Honey and Mumford –All advocates of/

Reproduced with permission from BESTEAMS 2004

for that interaction Reproduced with permission from BESTEAMS 2004 Reproduced with permission from BESTEAMS 2004 Learning Styles The Kolb Learning Style highlights your preference for Concrete experience (sensing) Reflective observation (watching) Abstract conceptualization (thinking) /how teams should be formed in future classes based on your knowledge of learning styles. Break into groups by learning style preference to discuss and report. Reproduced with permission from BESTEAMS 2004 Expected Behavior/

Maximizing Student Learning Through Utilizing Learning Styles Presented at the 2 nd Annual April 19 th, 2008 Adjunct Faculty Conference Ivy Tech Community.

in instructional design To utilize educational theory in instructional design A Learning Styles Model Sensory Learning Styles: Sensory Learning Styles: Visual Visual Auditory Auditory Kinesthetic Kinesthetic Global + Active Global + Active Cognitive Learning Styles: Perception Learning Styles Perception Learning Styles Global Global Analytical Analytical Processing Learning Styles Processing Learning Styles Ruler (active - sensing) Ruler (active - sensing) Promoter (active - intuitive) Promoter (active/

Active Learning Based on Learning Styles

we identify Our Students Learning Styles? VARK : a guide to learning styles Welcome to the Institute for Learning Styles Research http://www.vark-learn.com/english/index.asp VARK : a guide to learning styles http://www.learningstyles.org Research on Learning Styles http://learn.humansources.com Teaching and Learning Strategies http://www.newhorizons.org VARK: A guide to Learning Styles http://honolulu.hawaii.edu Useful Sites www.learning-styles-online.com What’s your learning style ? http://www.ldpride/

Chapter Copyright© 2007 Thomson Learning All rights reserved 15 Leadership and Management Behavior in Multinational Companies.

is based on the concept of Ubuntu - Ubantu: an African philosophy based on collectivism and group-centeredness in contrast to individualism Copyright© 2007 South-Western/Thomson Learning All rights reserved Contingency Theory Assumption that different styles and different leaders are more appropriate for different situations Two North American contingency theories of leadership - Fiedler’s theory of leadership - Path-goal theory Assumption that/

Learning Styles Theories and Validations By: Doaa Altarawy CS6604: Reinventing eTextBooks Spring 2012 VT-MENA, Egypt.

in which a learner perceives, interacts with, and responds to the learning environment Definitions of Learning Styles VT-MENA, Egypt. 3  Learning Styles:  The various ways individuals prefer to learn.  Cognitive Styles (thinking Styles):  The ways individuals think, perceive and remember information. Learning Styles vs. Cognitive Styles VT-MENA, Egypt. 4 Cognitive theory offers three assumptions about how people learn from words and pictures:  Dual Channel Assumption  Dual Channel Assumption.  Human/

S.İpek KURU-GÖNEN Anadolu University, TURKEY

learners very important in understanding their certain behaviors and helping them become aware of themselves as learners Various taxonomies of learning styles and language learning strategies perceptual learning styles Oxford’s taxonomy of language learning strategies The Study Aim Investigating the relationship between perceptual learning styles and language learning strategies of tertiary level Turkish EFL students by applying a mixed method of qualitative and quantitative design 1. Is there/

Active Learning Strategies and Techniques

of this workshop, participants are expected to be able to: Investigate current research related to how people learn. Describe common learning styles and identify instructional methods consistent with each style. Relate the theories of learning styles and active research. Use these theories to modify and improve current teaching practices. Learning Styles Definition Learning style is simply the way a person prefers to process information. Some researchers currently identify three main/


line exams, and laboratories –Participation points are awarded using attendance and other individual instructor input. A Study Involving Learning Styles –Section A had approximately 192 students. Section A used PRS extensively, some PowerPoint slides, and the lecture /Results The fourth survey question asked students to check all of the course components that they thought worked well with their learning style. On-Line Homework Quizzes - 152 Laboratories - 88 Homework from the Text - 84 Lecture Guide - 53 PRS/

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Instructional Design Constructivism, generally: Cognitive apprenticeship Spiral Curriculum Problem-based learning; authentic problems ‘On-the-job’ learning; learning-on-demand Discovery learning Supporting communities of learners (next) Click to edit Master title style  Click to edit Master text styles  Second level  Third level  Fourth level  Fifth level Click to edit Master title style  Click to edit Master text styles  Second level  Third level  Fourth level  Fifth level  Click/

Learning Styles Adapting our training for student learning styles Richard Felder Linda Silverman.

concepts early Encourage creative solutions Make them aware of their different learning style Preferred Learning Styles Aspect of Learning Learning Styles PerceptionSensory (concrete) Intuitive (abstract) InputVisualVerbal OrganisationInductiveDeductive ProcessingActiveReflective UnderstandingSequentialGlobal Models of Learning & Teaching Styles Learning StylesTeaching Styles PerceptionSensory Intuitive ContentConcrete Abstract InputVisual Verbal PresentationVisual Verbal OrganisationInductive Deductive/

Self-Assessment Questionnaire

learning style. If you chose mostly B’s you have an AUDITORY learning style. If you chose mostly C’s you have a KINAESTHETIC learning style. You may have a combination of these styles. VAK Learning Styles Visual ƒSomeone with a Visual learning style has/ over the telephone, and can remember all the words to songs that they hear! VAK Learning Styles Kinaesthetic ƒSomeone with a Kinaesthetic learning style has a preference for physical experience - touching, feeling, holding, doing, practical hands-on /

What is Your Classroom Management Profile?

a relevant question or comment. This environment offers the students the opportunity to learn and practice communication skills. Ms. Smith exemplifies the authoritative teaching style. She exhibits a warm and nurturing attitude toward the students and expresses genuine /dont have to be serious throughout the class. But sometimes things get out of control and we learn nothing at all. Indifferent Style The indifferent teacher is not very involved in the classroom. This teacher places few demands, if any/

Learning Styles and Content Delivery Methods Barbara Martinson and Sauman Chu Department of Design, Housing, and Apparel.

were enjoyable excitement, challenging 19% felt games not enjoyable frustration, lack of human presence, too much time 100% of those who found games enjoyable were students with concrete sequential learning style. Games, Learning, and Assessment 63% felt that info from game was remembered better than info from lectures and readings 23% remembered info from lectures and readings better Students who preferred the game/

Adult Learning Principles

when using preferences in which theyre successful Course participants are better learners when they can expand their preferences Courses offer activities that include specific (& multiple) learning preferences Source: http://www-isu.indstate.edu/ctl/styles/learning.html#LSTEACH Learning Styles Learning Style Preference for information acquisition Visual / Verbal Prefers to read information Visual / Nonverbal Uses graphics or diagrams to represent information Auditory / Verbal Prefers to listen to/

LEARN THE QUICK AND EASY WAY! VISUAL QUICKSTART GUIDE HTML and CSS 8th Edition Chapter 11: Layout with Styles.

the natural flow. Position elements absolutely and in a stack. Align elements vertically. LEARN THE QUICK AND EASY WAY! VISUAL QUICKSTART GUIDE Layout with Styles LEARN THE QUICK AND EASY WAY! VISUAL QUICKSTART GUIDE Considerations When Beginning a Layout Separating/from database or feed. –Content may be user-generated. –Visitor may increase font size in browser, overriding style sheet. LEARN THE QUICK AND EASY WAY! VISUAL QUICKSTART GUIDE Adding Padding Around an Element Padding is extra space around /

Chapter 4 Determinants of Learning. Educator’s Role in Learning The educator plays a crucial role in the learning process by: assessing problems or deficits.

can both support and challenge the learner. Assessment of the learner includes attending to the three determinants of learning: *Learning Needs (WHAT the learner needs to learn) *Readiness to Learn (WHEN the learner is receptive to learning) *Learning Style (HOW the learner best learns) Haggard, 1989 ASSESSING LEARNING NEEDS Assessment of Learning Needs Identify the learner Choose the right setting Collect data about, and from, the learner Involve members of/

ANALYZING LEARNING STRATEGIES EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 2110 Instruction begins when you, the teacher, learn from the learner. Put yourself in his place so.

characteristic cognitive, affective, and psychological behaviors that serve as relatively stable indicators of how learners perceive, interact with, and respond to the learning environment. In order to analyze learning strategies, we must first understand what a learning style is. Learning Style & Instruction  Just like learning styles, teaching methods also vary. Some instructors lecture, others demonstrate or discuss; some focus on principles and others on applications; some emphasize memory/

Learning Needs and Styles Peer Facilitation of Learning Diane Tofts.

addition):examples in practice are researching topics, making notes, reading articles. Learning Style Which Learning style were you on the VARK system? Do you think this accurately reflects your learning style? How will this influence your learning? Issues with learning styles Tennant (1998) Matching learning styles and teaching style is challenging If matching only harmonious viewpoints between teacher and learner Learning more likely to grow if there is a degree of challenge – more/

T HE F LORIDA S TATE U NIVERSITY C OLLEGE OF M EDICINE Educating and developing exemplary physicians who practice patient-centered health care Learning.

M EDICINE Educating and developing exemplary physicians who practice patient-centered health care Inventory of Learning Styles Learning Styles and Approaches 7 VisualVerbal SensingIntuitive ActiveReflective Sequential Global Felder-Silverman ModelDecision Perception Sensory Reception Organization/Educating and developing exemplary physicians who practice patient-centered health care Classes To Date Learning Styles and Approaches 23 Learning Styles and Approaches 24 T HE F LORIDA S TATE U NIVERSITY C OLLEGE /

Many Kinds of Smart: A Study of Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences.

try this school year. Have you found that some are preferred over others? Why/why not? Learning Styles Orey defines Learning styles as: “how each learner receives and processes new information through their senses” (p.13). Every person/to have a preferred sense that they use more than the others. Synonyms for learning styles include: perceptual styles, learning modalities, and learning preferences (Orey, 2001). Some learning style models: What commonalities do you notice between the theories? At a glance, /

©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers. Study Skills Topic 6 Learning Styles & Teaching Styles PowerPoint by JoAnn Yaworski.

Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.  Take courses that involve exploration, experimentation, or discussion.  Use annotation to record impressions and reactions.  Ask questions about chapter content and answer them. Learning Strategies for Creative Learning Styles ©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.  Write lists of steps, processes, and procedures.  Write summaries and outlines.  Use structured study environments.  Focus on problem-solving and/

Workshop – Cross Cultural Learning Styles Cross Cultural Learning Styles Workshop These projects are funded with support from the European Commission.

held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Workshop – Cross Cultural Learning Styles Agenda Why are we here? Learning Styles Culture and the Classroom Introduction to case based learning The Workshop Case presentation Workshop – Cross Cultural Learning Styles Learning Styles Kolb (1976) introduced the idea of learning styles accomodators favour concrete experiencing and active experimentation (good at carrying out plans) divergers prefer concrete experiencing and/


day life or livelihoods or general issues, etc. 9. Ability to understand, sequence and respond to questions. Title Style Key learning competencies expected at the end of the course Numeracy related Numeracy related 1. Ability to arrange a set of 3-digit/The last month is used for learners who have fallen behind to catch up. Title Style Learning milestones and knowledge generation for the project Collation of learning milestones and comparison with attendance data for each learner is able to tell us reasons/

1 Implementation of learning styles at the teacher level in higher education Tine Nielsen CBS Learning Lab, Copenhagen Business School

(20) The workshop would influence their teaching practice in general (6) The workshop would change teaching practice more specifically (14) Accommodation of students with specific learning styles Trying out a matching approach in order to enhance the learning of “weak” students. 17 Long-term effects 9 teachers gave in their evaluations (8 had done short term evaluation) 7 teachers: The explicitation of the/

Teaching and Learning with Technology Click to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology Click to edit Master.

Boards, Flip Charts, Magnetic Boards, Chalk Boards, White Boards and Electronic White Boards Visual Communication Teaching and Learning with Technology Click to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2002 Teaching and Learning with Technology Click to edit Master title style  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Teaching and Learning with Technology  Allyn and Bacon 2005 Technologies for Projected Visuals Overhead Projectors shine light through transparencies for/

Creative Application: An Alternative Signature Pedagogy for Teaching and Learning in Music Appreciation Lois Veenhoven Guderian, PhD (

the Post-Study Questionnaire on students’ perceived usefulness in instructional practices suggests the importance of balance in student-centered and teacher- directed teaching and learning practices; the importance of differentiated learning activities to accommodate all students’ backgrounds, interests, learning styles and profiles. From the 22 instructional practices listed, each one receive at least 2 votes rated by students as one of the top 5/

* 09 March 2011 Instructional Design for e-Learning Workshop Presentation to MedBiquitous Annual Conference Presented by Nina Deibler.

for the cup, this graphic could also be reused in many different contexts. This photograph has a very specific, abstract style. This kind of artistic, stylized photography is generally not effective in instructional materials. Never use this style in e-learning. Style Examples (2) This style uses gradients, shading, and perspective for a 3-D effect which brings some realism to the drawing. 3-D/

Learning Styles Academic Strategies for the Business Professional Professor Kelly UNIT 3 SEMINAR.

for taking in information In traditional lecture situations, they should write out important facts May create study sheets connected to vivid examples Role-playing can help them learn and remember important ideas Index of Learning Styles Learning style profiles … are CONTINUOUS They are NOT either/or categories suggest behavioral TENDENCIES They are NOT predictors of behavior suggest that you have MORE strengths associated with one/

Integrating Learning Style Theory with Tutor and Mentor Training Preston VanLoon, Ed.D.

acquire information. (i.e. VARK) Approaches to Learning Style Theory Kolb’s (1985) Experiential Learning Theory Model which has four different learning styles. Felder and Silverman’s (1988) Four Dimensional Learning Style Model; four learning styles. James and Galbraith (1985) Perceptual Learning Styles Model focuses on seven different pathways to learning. Dunn, Dunn, and Price (1979) Instructional and Environmental Learning Style Model consists of five learning factors with 21 elements that affect each/

LEARNING LEARNING:- Learning is a process of acquiring of new inputs in term of knowledge & understanding, some physical activity or a new behavior (including.

boost the perception ability & lead to accuracy in perception of a person whereas, failures erodes self – confidence. LEARNING:- Learning has influence on perception. It creates expectancy in people. People try to perceive what they want to perceive. /taken into account in determining the suitability of an individual for a position in the organization. LEADERSHIP STYLES MEANING & DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP:- Leadership has long interested psychologists, sociologists, political scientists, & certainly /

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level  Fourth level  Fifth level Overview A theory of instructional design: Taxonomy of learning outcomes Internal and external conditions of learning Nine events of instruction Learning hierarchies Instructional (learning) objectives Click to edit Master title style  Click to edit Master text styles  Second level  Third level  Fourth level  Fifth level  Click to edit Master text styles  Second level  Third level  Fourth level  Fifth level A Definition of/

NEED: Learning style inventory T shirts compass points.

Ribas Associates57 What are the ways in which we might differentiate? Teachers can differentiate according to student’s: Readiness (6 Levels of Mastery) Readiness Based on a Continuum Group Learning Style Individual Learning Style Interest copyright 2008 Ribas Associates58 copyright 2008 Ribas Associates Introductory Guided Practice Immediate Mastery Mastery Immediate Application Mastery Application Mastery Differentiating by Levels of Mastery (gb 3) Instructional Strategy: Tiered/

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