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1.3 Learning Styles Project

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1.3 Learning Styles Project
Lori Blevins
LM 612
JSU
May 2015

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1.3 Learning Styles Project

  1. 1. Title to use with Visual-Spatial Learning styles Classroom Applications from The Multiple Intelligences Series by Linda and Bruce Campbell This would be something I could use with teachers when collaborating. It has a Multiple-Intelligences Instructional and Assessment Strategies Menu in it that would be an excellent place to refer to and incorporate into our lessons. I had no idea where to start for this style and the menu was very helpful. It is a great place to start to meet the needs of all learning styles.
  2. 2. Title to Use With Bodily-kinesthetic Learning Styles The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg I role play during holiday story time. Students all get a ticket and sit on the train. I use the e-book and project it onto the Promethean as I tell the story. I wear a conductor hat and overhauls. I have a train whistle and silver bell. We pretend to ride the train to the North Pole and even had some hot chocolate when we stop to get some gas. We ride the train back to school and sing carols on the way.
  3. 3. Titles to Use with Linguistic Learning Style The Jolly Postman by Janet & Allan Ahlberg I have use to help teach letter writing. Students write letters to favorite characters from the book. I Wanna Iguana by Karen Kaufman Orloff I have used to help teachers teach persuasive writing lesson. Students write letter to parent convincing them of why they would like a certain pet.
  4. 4. What I learned about learning styles in general • For me, if you look at learning styles like strengths they are easier to grasp. • I can see what my own children’s styles are clearly by identifying their strengths. I had my two teenagers take the assessment and I was not surprised by their dominant style. • If a educator took the time to evaluate or assess the styles of their students or even integrated as many styles as possible into daily instruction, learning could not help but be enhanced.
  5. 5. My Learning Styles Musical & Social/Interpersonal Musical No big surprise, I LOVE music. Explains why I love to make up rhymes and songs for directions. Explains why I so enjoy Pete the Cat books. Explains why I love to Mo Willems books and do all the voices with emotion. Social/Interpersonal No big surprise for me. I talk A LOT. I love a discussion and always put in my two cents.
  6. 6. Titles to use with Musical Learning Styles Pete the Cat book are full of rhythm. Pete is a rock star in my media center!!! I use the following titles with kindergarten story time when they are introducing concepts as a reinforcement of classroom instruction. Color Words- I Like My New Shoes Together we sing this book and repeat the colors. I love that the words are in corresponding colors. We have so much fun! Introduction to subtraction- My Four Groovy Buttons Together we rap refrain and learn that subtraction is really counting backwards.
  7. 7. Title to use with Interpersonal learning style • So Each May Learn: Integrating Styles and Multiple Intelligences by • an excellence source of unit examples. • This has awesome examples of integrating the interpersonal style with other styles. The teachers and I could use some of the examples as is or even adapt them to meet our learners’ individual needs.
  8. 8. Title to use with Logical-Mathematical Learning Style • I Want My Hat Back by • This Is Not My Hat by • Perfect books to read for a compare/contrast lesson with first grade. At lessons end we complete a Venn Diagram to compare/contrast the two books.
  9. 9. Title to Use with Intrapersonal learning style How Am I Smart? A Parent's Guide to Multiple Intelligences by Dr. Kathy Koch I liked how this was not written in educational jargon. In this book someone with an intrapersonal learning style is called Self Smart. I think that is a good definition. I would point teachers to this resource if they wanted a simple introduction to multiple intelligences.
  10. 10. What I learned about logical- mathematical learning style • It’s not just about math! • It explores how things are related and how things work. • It helps children think critically. • It looks for patterns and order. • It categorizes and characterizes.
  11. 11. What I learned about Kinesthetic learning style • There is a reason some people can’t be still! • These folks are good at sports and have good fine motor skills. • Incorporating body movement with learning will help them process and retain information. • I need to do more movement in my lessons for these type learners!

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