Lifelong learning . Professional training should be appropriate in continuous and systematic process (T . Guskey , 2004). Three aspects of education reform: go deeper, take more, take wider (By D. Fink, 2005). Seven ways of understanding and memorizing. Teaching / learning strategies .
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Professional training should be appropriate in continuous and systematic process (T. Guskey, 2004).
Three aspects of education reform: go deeper, take more, take wider (By D. Fink, 2005).
Verbal - lectures, discussions, word games, narrations, essays, reading voice.
Logical-mathematical - scientific experiments, problem solving, mental calculation, numbers games, crossword puzzle solution.
Spatial - Showing a video, pictures, graphs, maps, Lego, art activities, imaginative use of metaphors.
PHYSICAL - kinesthetic - theater, dance, sports, relaxation exercises, tools utilization.
MUSIC - melodies, music use music background use, churning rhythm.
Interpersonal - working and learning in groups, social gatherings, peer teaching, group games.
INTERNAL - Personal - personalized training, self-employment, choice, blogs, meditation.
The limbic system
29% of people learn how to see. They are most likely to participate in schemes, drawings and words in support.
34% of people learn to listen. They tend to accept information in listening, talking, discussing.
37% of people learn through movement. For them it is important to learn something or physically active during the operation, as well as emotionally making new information.
Left hemisphere: language, reading, writing, logical thinking, compliance with the rules, text and sentence analysis, the ability to distinguish details, figures, data, facts, sequential linear understanding of time perception, the ability to memorize separated from the context of information units (foreign language words dates, formulas, terms, etc.).
Right Hemisphere: imagination, body language, intuition / feelings, creativity, the ability to link facts straight, art, music, dance, voice, sound, intonation, speech rhythm, mime, movement, the whole understanding, sense of space.
Learning from the parts to the whole
unrelated to factual information
forms and patterns
Images and pictures
first learn a whole, "then the individual parts
dreaming and imagining
(left frontalioji area)
(right frontalioji area)
(left base area)
(right base area)