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Analyzing Students. Lesson 12. So who are they and what can they accomplish?. We need tools to assess their academic abilities and learning potential. Learning Modalities. Learning Modalities is defined as ways that people receive and process information. There are three main modalities:

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analyzing students

Analyzing Students

Lesson 12

EDTC 3000, PPR

so who are they and what can they accomplish
So who are they and what can they accomplish?

We need tools to assess their academic abilities and learning potential.

EDTC 3000, PPR

learning modalities
Learning Modalities

Learning Modalities is defined as ways that people receive and process information. There are three main modalities:

  • Visual (learn by seeing or observing).
  • Auditory (learn by listening).
  • Kinesthetic/tactile (learn by doing).

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activity 1
Activity 1
  • Complete a Learning Styles Inventory (LSI).
  • Carefully study the LSI results for the class. What was the type of learner breakdown for the class?
  • How should LSI results be used in the classroom?
  • What effect could learning styles have on a classroom’s day-to-day routines and activities?

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learning styles
Learning Styles
  • Learning Styles are learning modes for people.
  • There are four types of learning styles:
    • The Imaginative Learning.
    • Analytic Learner.
    • Common Sense Learner.
    • Dynamic Learner.

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imaginative learner
Imaginative Learner
  • Perceives information concretely and processes it reflectively.
  • Learns by listening and sharing with others.
  • Has difficulty adjusting to traditional methods of instruction.

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analytic learner
Analytic Learner
  • Perceives information abstractly and processes it reflectively.
  • Prefers sequential thinking, needs details, and values what experts (teachers) say.
  • Performs well in the traditional classroom.

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common sense learner
Common Sense Learner
  • Perceives information abstractly and processes it actively.
  • Pragmatic and refers to hands-on learning
  • School is sometimes frustrating because there is no immediate, practical, nor hands-on application of information learned.

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dynamic learner
Dynamic Learner
  • Perceives information concretely and processes it actively.
  • Enjoys hands-on learning and excited by anything new.
  • Are risk-takers and become frustrated by linear and sequential learning.
  • Thrives on open-ended challenges.

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multiple intelligences
Multiple Intelligences
  • Verbal/Linguistic.
  • Logical/Mathematical.
  • Visual/Spatial.
  • Sensual/Kinesthetic.
  • Musical.
  • Interpersonal.
  • Intrapersonal.

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activity 2
Activity 2
  • Go to http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks1/ict/multiple_int/questions/choose_lang.cfm and take the on-line multiple intelligence test.
  • Print out the results. Discuss the overall “multiple intelligences” results of the class.
  • How can this instrument help the classroom teacher?

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ways to analyze students

Ways to Analyze Students

Knowing how your students learn and interact with curriculum and each other are among the most important steps towards reaching and

teaching them.

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before school begins
Before School Begins…
  • Consult the counselor and ask for student cumulative folders or similar data on your students.
  • Review prior standardized test scores (TAKS, etc.).
  • Contact parents during the summer and start communicating expectations, goals, etc.
  • Refer to any portfolios that might follow the students through their school experience.

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on the first day of school
On the First Day of School…
  • Have students complete a data information form.
  • Administer an informal and short skills pretest.
  • Observe students’ reading, speaking, interaction, and body language.
  • Have students write about their likes and dislikes (favorite books, hobbies, skills, etc.)
  • Outline a class profile on each of your classes.

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throughout the school year
Throughout the School Year…
  • Keep records of student performance.
  • Monitor student progress.
  • Communicate with parents.
  • Speak with other teachers, counselors, principals, support staff.

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