Learning Styles

From KNILT

This course will refresh your mind, challenge your thoughts, and redirect your thinking.

Entrance Ticket

BELL RINGER - What Do You Know About Learning Styles?

Please complete the following questioner before proceeding through the course.

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Module 1

Lesson one ~

Howard Gardner's Theories of Multiple Intelligences

Howard Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences by Kendra Cherry.

Gardner's theories take the three basic learning styles and expands them to include specific styles that interrelated to form multiple learning styles. Read the following article: FileGardner.pdf

All Students are Created Equally (and Differently) All Students are Created Equally (and different)

Teaching Methods Teaching Methods


Lesson two ~

Please read the following journal article.

The Effect of Learning Styles on Academic Achievement in Different Forms of Teaching, author Ivana Cimermanová.

The Effect of Learning Styles on Academic Achievement in Different Forms of Teaching

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Lesson three ~

Please read the following journal article.

Learning Style Preferences of Logistics Learners, author K. Lambert.

Learning Style Preferences of Logistics Learners

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Module 2

Good Thinking! Sending Learning Styles Out of Style.

The Smithsonian Education Center, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9hTWRwfZOc&t=325s

Module 3

Don't Believe Everything You Think. Critical Self-Reflection, By Tesia Marshik

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=855Now8h5Rs

Task Analysis

Exit Ticket

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References

Cherry, Kendra. (2018). Retrieved on December 16, 2018 from https://www.verywellmind.com/gardners-theory-of-multiple-intelligences-2795161

Pritchard, A. (2014). Ways of learning: Learning theories and learning styles in the classroom.

Reid, Gavin. (2005). Learning styles and inclusion. Thousand Oaks, California.

www.youtube.com; TEDxUWLACrosse, published on Apr 2, 2015,

www.youtube.com; University of Wisconsin; Smithsonian Science Education Center, published on Nov.10, 2015.

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