BC: "By changing my instruction to fit each child's learning style my classroom is a better place to learn." -Mrs. Colagiovanni
FC: Learning Styles in the Classroom 2009 | Mrs. Colagiovanni
1: Learning Styles | What is a learning style? A learning style is the best way that each of us learns. Everybody has a learning style. Learning style is how you take in information, process it, and how you bring it back.
3: Learning style is how individuals concentrate, process, internalize, and retain new and difficult information / skills. Dunn and Dunn 1992
4: " It helps me to work with a friend."
5: "We like to work in small groups."
6: "We learn best when standing up."
7: "I like to stand up when I cut."
8: "Task cards and pick-a- hole help me learn new material."
10: "Floor games are fun because you can move around."
11: "The flip chute is like a magic trick."
12: Learning styles puts focus on learners’ strengths.
14: "We prefer comfortable seating."
15: "I like to sit on a pillow."
16: "I like to work with my teacher."
18: Learning Style Classroom Rule #1 Your learning style cannot interfere with the learning style of another student in the classroom, or YOU lose the privilege of choice.