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Seating Assignments. Front of Room. TBD. TBD. TBD. TBD. TBD. TBD. Welcome back to the ASCE Ex CE Ed Teaching Workshop. Fred Meyer Al Estes. The Rocket BOOM…ahhhh…. USMA, rah rah! USMA, rah rah! HOORAH, HOORAH Army, rah! TEACH, TEACH, TEACH!. COURSE SCHEDULE. WEDNESDAY.

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Seating assignments

Seating Assignments

Front of Room

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD


Seating assignments

Welcome back to the

ASCE

ExCEEd Teaching Workshop

Fred Meyer

Al Estes


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The Rocket

BOOM…ahhhh….

USMA, rah rah!

USMA, rah rah!

HOORAH, HOORAH

Army, rah!

TEACH, TEACH, TEACH!


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COURSE SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

MONDAY

Admin & Gift

Admin & Gift

Admin & Gift

Admin & Gift

8:00

Demo

Class I

Lab III

Practice

Class 1

Lab IV

Practice

Class 2

Design of Instruction

Rapport

Making it Work

Learning

Styles

10:00

Assessment

Learning

Objectives

ASCE Initiatives

Graduation

12:00

Lunch/Tour

Lab IIIB

Working

Lunch

Admin & Gift

Planning

A Class

You Are

Here

Teacher

Performer

Intro

to ETW

Lab V

Practice

Class 3

2:00

Questioning

Chalkboard

Demo

Class III

Lab IA

Teaching

Assessment

Learning

To Teach

Lab II

Objectives

4:00

Demo

Class II

NonVerbal

Principles of

Teaching &

Learning

Class

Prep &

Working

Dinner

Dinner

& Tour

Class

Prep &

Working

Dinner

6:00

Lab I

Team-

Building

Hudson

River

Cruise

Class

Prep


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Seminar III

An Introduction toLearning Styles

Fred Meyer


Background knowledge probe

Background Knowledge Probe

  • Rate your own level of familiarity with Learning Styles Theory:

    • Nearly 2/3 indicated that you

      have never heard of this.

      have heard of it but don’t know what it means.


Learning styles

Learning Styles

  • The Big Idea:

    • People learn in different ways.

  • So what?

    • Characterize these differences in terms of the dimensions of the learning process.

    • Use this theoretical framework to guide the planning and delivery of instruction.


Learning style dimensions felder s model

Learning Style Dimensions(Felder’s Model)

  • Perception

  • Input

  • Organization

  • Processing

  • Understanding

sensory- intuitive

visual- verbal

inductive- deductive

active- reflective

sequential- global

Study Guide, Page 17


Learning style dimensions perception

Learning Style DimensionsPerception

sensory- intuitive

Sights, sounds, physical sensations

(Practical and methodical)

Ideas, insights, memories

(Abstract and imaginative)


Learning style dimensions input

Learning Style Dimensions Input

visual- verbal

Pictures, diagrams, graphs, demonstrations

Sounds, written and spoken words, formulas


Learning style dimensions organization

Learning Style Dimensions Organization

inductive- deductive

Facts and observations first, then infer principles

(Natural human learning style)

Principles given first,

then deduce applications

(Natural human teaching style)


Learning style dimensions processing

Learning Style DimensionsProcessing

active- reflective

Learn by thinking things through

Learn by interacting with others


Learning style dimensions understanding

Learning Style DimensionsUnderstanding

sequential- global

Learn in a logical progression of small incremental steps

(Solve problems without complete understanding)

Learn in large disconnected jumps

(Solve problems—all or nothing)


Don t misinterpret the skit

Don’t Misinterpret the Skit

  • There are 32 learning styles, not two.

  • A learning style preference can be strong or weak.

  • A learning style preference can change:

    • With time,

    • And possibly even with subject matter.


Learning style preferences

Undergrads

59%

39%

73%

25%

37%

63%

50%

47%

75%

24%

Faculty

You

Learning Style Preferences

Sensing

36%

63%*

Intuitive

61%

33%*

Visual

73%

88%*

Verbal

26%

8%*

Inductive

25%

58%

Deductive

75%

40%

Active

38%

33%*

Reflective

60%

54%*

Sequential

70%

71%

Global

27%

29%


Consequences of teaching learning mismatches

Consequences ofTeaching-Learning Mismatches

  • Students taught only in their less-preferred mode can’t learn effectively.

  • Students taught only in their preferred mode won’t develop balanced learning skills.


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Most Engineering Instruction Favors:

sensory - intuitive

visual - verbal

inductive- deductive

active - reflective

sequential -global


So what

So What?

  • Give all students opportunities to learn in their preferred modes some of the time.

  • Vary:

    • Organization

    • Teaching techniques

    • Learning activities


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Conclusions

  • You’ll find students of all learning styles in your classes.

  • We need all types in the engineering profession.

  • We need to address all styles in our classes, not just one!

We’ll discuss specific

applications soon...


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Classroom Assessment Technique #3

Minute Paper

5


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Seminar III

An Introduction toLearning Styles

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