Learning styles activities

Enhance your teaching methods with these interactive activities that cater to different learning styles. Discover top ideas to create an inclusive and effective learning environment.
Visual Thinking, Learning Theory, Instructional Strategies, Instructional Coaching, Differentiated Instruction, Learning Strategies, Instructional Design, Blended Learning, Personalized Learning

Learning theories: There are five learning theories, that having been ruminated, will be discussed in relation to my primary subject area(s) here; behaviorist, constructivist, cognitivist, and the …

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Peter
Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots Life Hacks, Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Methods, Teaching Tips, Instructional Planning, Learning Strategies, Learning Theory

Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots

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Brenda Tejeda
Differentiated Instruction - Choice Boards. Allow different final products for research! Organisation, Coaching, Pre K, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Differentiated Instruction, Teaching Tips

Last summer I attended a GT training and was introduced to choice boards! I LOVE THIS IDEA!!! I think that students are more engaged and even challenge themselves more when they are given choices. The great thing is....they aren't just for GT students. Choice boards work similar to tic-tac-toe; the student completes 3 activities in a row {up, down, diagonal} They can be adapted for ALL students and actually lend themselves well to differentiated instruction. On Tuesday, I will be attending…

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Jenny Anne Davis