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Module II: How do my students learn?. Learning Cycle and Learning Styles. Welcome. Create a Name Plate Fold a sheet of paper and write your name in the center Using words and/or images, surround it with at least 4 characteristics that describe you as a learner. Variety. Enjoys group work.

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module ii how do my students learn

Module II: How do my students learn?

Learning Cycle and Learning Styles

welcome
Welcome
  • Create a Name Plate
    • Fold a sheet of paper and write your name in the center
    • Using words and/or images, surround it with at least 4 characteristics that describe you as a learner

Variety

Enjoys group work

AMANDA

Easily bored

Creative

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Module II: How do my students learn?

Learning Cycle and Learning Styles

expectations
Expectations
  • Dr. Shelton-We would like to use the slide from group 4 (their slide #3).
desired outcomes
Desired Outcomes
  • By the end of Module 2, wewill learn about
    • Your learning styles and strengths
    • Learning Cycle
    • How to create lessons that incorporate higher order thinking while reaching a variety of learning styles and intelligences.
the learning cycle
The Learning Cycle

MEANING

ADAPTATIONS

SKILLS

CONCEPTS

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WHY?

“Tell me and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.”

Confucius

introvert
Introvert

Extrovert

OR

always prompt
Always Prompt

Always late

OR

go camping
Go camping

Go to

the Movies

OR

the ability to fly
The ability to fly

The power of invisibility

OR

music
Music

Talk Radio

OR

just get in the car and drive
Just get in the car and drive

Plan trip according to Mapquest directions

OR

remember faces
Remember Faces

Remember Names

OR

most popular
Most popular

Smartest

OR

read the book
Read the book

Watch the movie

OR

sudoku
Sudoku

Crossword

puzzle

OR

procrastinate
Procrastinate

Do your work

right away

OR

puzzles fun
Puzzles=Fun!

Puzzles=Painful!

OR

good dancer
Good dancer

Two left feet

OR

sequential
Sequential

Random

OR

beachside resort
Beachside Resort

Camping in the woods

OR

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Organized
  • Factual
  • Loyal
  • Empathetic
  • Reflective
  • Imaginative

Which group of words best describes you?

  • Spontaneous
  • Adventurous
  • Dramatic
  • Conceptual
  • Pragmatic
  • Experimental
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GOLD
  • BLUE

Which group of words best describes you?

ORANGE

  • GREEN
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Sensing

Feeling

Watching

Watching and Thinking

through concepts

HOW DO YOU PREFER TO LEARN?

Doing it yourself and

sensing/feeling

Thinking through concepts and doing it yourself

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IMAGINATIVE

LEARNER

ANALYTIC

LEARNER

HOW DO YOU PREFER TO LEARN?

COMMON SENSE LEARNER

DYNAMIC

LEARNER

the learning cycle and learning styles
The Learning Cycle and Learning Styles

DYNAMIC

IMAGINATIVE

COMMON SENSE

ANALYTIC

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WHAT?

“It has always seemed strange to me that in our endless discussions about education so little stress is laid on the pleasure of becoming an educated person, the enormous interest it adds to life. To be able to be caught up into the world of thought -- that is to be educated.”

Edith Hamilton

quickwrite
QuickWrite
  • On a sheet of paper, write an answer to this question…

What is INTELLIGENCE??

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“I am 100% convinced that if I were to come back to Earth in 50 years, people would laugh at the idea of uniform education.”

Howard Gardner

howard gardner s definition
Howard Gardner’s Definition
  • “The human ability to solve problems or to create products, that are valued within one or more cultural settings.”
  • ALL human beings have multiple intelligences
    • Can be strengthened or weakened over time
    • Everyone has aspects of all 8 intelligences.
criteria for identifying an intelligence
Criteria for Identifying an Intelligence
  • Evidence that areas of the brain are specialized for certain activities
  • Prodigies, savants, and geniuses in the field
  • Set of core operations
  • Cultural history
  • Developmental history with expert end performance
  • Supported psychological tasks
  • Psychometric tasks
  • Symbols
verbal linguistic
Verbal-Linguistic
  • “Word Smart” people
    • Typically good at reading, writing, telling stories, memorizing names and dates
    • Learns best from reading, taking notes, listening to lectures, discussions, and debates
you might be a
You might be a…
  • Writer, teacher, politician, lawyer
  • Famous linguists include:

Mark Twain

William Shakespeare

logical mathematical intelligence
Logical-Mathematical Intelligence
  • “Logic Smart”
    • Good at logic, numbers, math
    • Excel in mathematics, chess, computer programming, and other logical activities
you might be a1
You might be a…
  • Mathematician, scientist, engineer
  • Famous logical-mathematicians include:

Stephen Hawking

Sir Isaac Newton

musical intelligence
Musical Intelligence
  • “Sound Smart”
    • Remembers tones, patterns, and rhythms
    • Good pitch
    • Excels at singing or playing instruments
    • May use songs or rhythms to memorize info
    • Needs music
you might be a2
You might be a…
  • Musician, Composer
  • Famous musical people include:

Elvis

Beethoven

visual spatial intelligence
Visual-Spatial Intelligence
  • “Picture Smart”
    • Good at visualizing/manipulating objects in head
    • Strong memory
    • Artistically inclined
    • Good sense of direction
    • Active imagination
you might be a n
You might be a(n)…
  • Artist, General, Inventor
  • Famous visual/spatial people include:

Walt Disney

Steven Spielberg

Vincent van Gogh

bodily kinesthetic intelligence
Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence
  • “Body Smart”
    • Good at physical activities such as sports and dance
    • Prefers doing things that involve movement
    • Good at acting, performing, building, and making things, learns best by doing.
you might be a n1
You might be a(n)…
  • Actor, athlete, dancer, comedian
  • Famous bodily-kinesthetic people include:

Robin Williams

Tiger Woods

interpersonal intelligence
Interpersonal Intelligence
  • “People Smart”
    • Generally extroverted
    • Good at working together and reading other people’s emotions, motivations, etc.
    • Good communicators
    • Learns best by discussion or working in a group
you might be a n2
You might be a(n)…
  • Politician, social worker, therapist
  • Famous interpersonal people include:

Oprah Winfrey

Nelson Mandela

Bill Clinton

intrapersonal intelligence
Intrapersonal Intelligence
  • “Self-Smart”
    • Generally introverts
    • Prefer to work alone
    • Self-aware—understand their own emotions, motivations, goals
    • Learn best when allowed to work independently
you might be a n3
You might be a(n)…
  • Poet, Author, Philosopher, Religious Leader
  • Famous intrapersonal people include:

Henry David Thoreau

The Dalai Lama

Gandhi

naturalist intelligence
Naturalist Intelligence
  • “Nature Smart”
    • Environmentally aware
    • Has the ability to recognize and categorize plants and animals
you might be a3
You might be a…
  • Gardener, Biologist, Farmer, Doctor
  • Famous naturalist people include:

Rachel Carson

Jacques Cousteau

Lewis and Clark

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The intelligences are not mutually exclusive
    • Act together
    • Most people have 3-4 dominant ones
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Students who understand their own balance of multiple intelligences can:
    • Better manage their own learning
    • Learn to value their individual strengths
  • Instructors who apply M.I. theory can:
    • Provide more opportunities for students to cultivate their talents and improve their weaknesses
    • Engage the students in the material in ways that make sense to them
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Intelligence isn’t static
    • With work and practice, you can strengthen your intelligences
    • If neglected, they can weaken
slide65
Linguistic

Body/Kinesthetic

Spatial

Interpersonal

As you enter, sit in the area of the room of your dominant intelligence.

Logical/Mathematical

Naturalist

Intrapersonal

Musical

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HOW?

“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”

Alvin Toffler

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IF?

“In times of change, learners inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”

Eric Hoffer

sample lesson plan
Sample Lesson Plan
  • Take a journey and learn how to create a lesson plan incorporating the Multiple Intelligences and Bloom’s Higher Level Thinking Skills.
  • Use the B.E.S.T. Integration Planning Sheet.
now it s your turn
Now it’s Your Turn!
  • Begin to write a sample lesson using the Learning Cycle Model and B.E.S.T. Integration Lesson Plan Template.
  • Edit your lesson plan with a partner.
what s next
What’s Next?
  • Follow-up: Complete lesson plan and implement with your class.
  • Reflect on what went well with your students and what you would change in future lessons using the template.
  • Look ahead to Module 3: Managing the Learning Environment
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