Learning and Teaching Styles
"Great teachers provide this perspective, challenge, and opportunity."
Date: 9/19/2017 12:32:37 PM ( 5 y ) ... viewed 1152 times
This is the first time I've seen the different styles presented in this way. I'm inspired by it!
"... many considerations ... shape the process of knowledge transfer ...
Different people have different learning styles, but everyone benefits from a mix of different approaches:
… the 4 main learning styles:
1. Visual learning: Via graphs, charts, illustrations, and text
2. Physical/kinesthetic learning: Printed books allow highlighting, note-taking, drawing, and hand-written exercises and sample exams to provide a physical-tactile component to learning. People get to actually "touch" the information, draw on it, follow the diagrams physically and mentally. Additionally, with mobile learning, attendees/students can review the videos while exercising or while somehow active but not seated in front of a computer.
3. Auditory-digital learning: Learning by hearing words, concepts, and conversations.
4. Auditory-tonal learning: Learning by hearing tones, emphasis, repetition, rhymes, acronyms, voices, emotions.
People learn at their own pace, in their own style …
People need time to review and repeat the information …
People learn via interaction and conversation …
People learn by accountability, feedback, and correction: One of the greatest adages in modern medical education is that "Assessment drives learning." (Leinster S. Assessment in medical training. Lancet. 2003 Nov)
Without assessments, students can delude themselves into thinking they understand the material simply because they learn some vocabulary and some new concepts … Great teachers provide this perspective, challenge, and opportunity.":
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