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LEARNING STYLES AND TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES Virginia Havergal RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING ILT MENTOR PowerPoint Presentation
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LEARNING STYLES AND TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES Virginia Havergal RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING ILT MENTOR

LEARNING STYLES AND TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES Virginia Havergal RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING ILT MENTOR

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LEARNING STYLES AND TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES Virginia Havergal RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING ILT MENTOR

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  1. LEARNING STYLES AND TEACHING AND LEARNING STRATEGIES Virginia Havergal RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING ILT MENTOR

  2. Teacher-centred instruction Single sense stimulation Single path progression Single media Isolated work Student-centred learning Multisensory stimulation Multipath progression Multimedia Collaborative work TRADITIONAL VS INNOVATIVE

  3. Information delivery Passive learning Factual/Literal thinking Reactive response Isolated, artificial context work Information exchange Active/exploratory/inquiry- based learning Critical thinking, informed decision-making Proactive/planned action Authentic, real world context TRADITIONAL VS INNOVATIVE

  4. MULTIMEDIA The integration of different media into a single delivery system under computer control…… (Newby, Stepich, Lehman, & Russell, 2000) • Video and Audio • Text • Data • Graphics • Animation

  5. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES THEORY • Logical-mathematical • Spatial • Linguistic • Interpersonal • Intrapersonal • Bodily-kinesthetic • Musical

  6. WHICH INTELLIGENCES HAVE WE BEEN MOST INTERESTED IN? • Logical-mathematical • Linguistic • These are the two areas most often assessed on standardised tests

  7. WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER INTELLIGENCES? • How can we develop assessments for the spatial, interpersonal, intrapersonal, musical, and bodily-kinesthetic intelligences? • Are these intelligences being considered given current pedagogical practices?

  8. LINGUISTIC/VERBAL • Asks lots of questions • Enjoys talking • Has good vocabulary • Can pick up new languages easily • Enjoys reading and writing • Good at memorising names, places, dates and trivia

  9. LOGICAL/MATHEMATICAL • Enjoys solving puzzles • Plays with numbers • Wants to know how things work • Oriented towards rule-based activities • Likes to collect and classify things • Good at maths, reasoning, logic and problem solving

  10. VISUAL/SPATIAL • Likes to draw • Can interpret maps and charts • Likes to build things • Enjoys puzzles • Doodles • Has a keen eye for detail • Mechanically adept

  11. MUSICAL • Has sensitivity to sound patterns • Hums tunes • Can discriminate among sounds • Moves rhythmically • Seeks and enjoys musical experiences • Able to keep time

  12. BODILY OR KINESTHETIC • Has a good sense of balance • Good at physical activities and crafts • Can read body language • Has good hand-eye co-ordination • Can solve problems through ‘doing’ • Can communicate ideas through gesture

  13. INTRAPERSONAL • Aware of strengths and weaknesses • Confident of own abilities • Can set appropriate goals • Likes being original • Can communicate feelings • Good at following instincts

  14. INTERPERSONAL • Relates well to peers and adults alike • Displays skills of leadership • Works co-operatively with others • Acts as a mediator or counsellor to others • Good at organising, communicating and sometimes manipulating people

  15. DISCOVERING YOUR LEARNING STYLE http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/activities/intranet/ks3/ict/multiple_int/index.htm