Accomodating diverse learning stylles ppt
These people will use phrases such as ‘tell me’, ‘let’s talk it over’ and will be best able to perform a new task after listening to instructions from an expert.
These are the people who are happy being given spoken instructions over the telephone, and can remember all the words to songs that they hear!
They do not take advantage of the many other capabilities, such as Custom Animation, in designing their presentations.
This article explores how creating custom animations can support teaching goals and further engage students in a presentation.
These are the people who will work from lists and written directions and instructions.
Someone with an Auditory learning style has a preference for the transfer of information through listening: to the spoken word, of self or others, of sounds and noises.
And, by understanding learning styles, you can learn to create an environment in which everyone can learn from you, not just those who use your preferred style.
In the late 1990s, several studies indicated that students found Power Point-based lectures more interesting than traditional lectures.
Whether used for teacher-led presentations or student-led projects such as digital storytelling, reports, or instructional gaming, presentation software can help organize and enhance the delivery of content across curriculum areas while accommodating students of various ages, cultures, and learning styles.
Some other methods of learning: For more information on this see: Visual (learns better using pictures, maps, images, etc.); Verbal (learns better using the written or spoken word—if spatial, may prefer learning on the computer rather than from a book); Auditory (learns better using recordings, music, rhythms); Kinesthetic (learns better by moving, using hands, sense of touch, (etc); Social/Interpersonal (learns better in groups; often does not do well in solitary or isolated activities); Solitary (learns better working alone and may not do well in groups.
Similar to the Multiple Intelligence, but more simplistic as it incorporates only Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic.