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- Available Lessons: 36
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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is Learning? - Understanding Effective Classroom Strategies
Course SummaryIn this course, you'll find a variety of instructional resources that can help you adapt your instruction based on different learning styles. The course offers short lessons that cover effective teaching strategies, classroom adaptations, assessments and instructional tools for a several learning styles.
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About This Course
The instructors who wrote this course designed it to meet your needs as a teacher in the classroom. You will find lessons explaining different learning styles as well as strategies and tools to target different learning styles. When you use these lessons, you may review some old ways or discover new ways to cater to the different learning styles students have to enhance their learning experience.
How It Works
We understand the demands of your schedule as a teacher so our videos are both short and informative. You can also access the course from different kinds of mobile devices - in any location where you can get reliable Internet access.
In this course you will find:
- Video lessons on various teaching strategies lasting no longer than ten minutes
- Fully written transcripts of each video lesson with key terminology in bold for easy reference
- A timeline feature that takes you to specific parts of a video you want to review
- Quizzes, chapter tests and a final exam on the strategies, tools and suggestions that are discussed in these lessons
How It Helps
- Review learning styles: Refresh your knowledge on the different types of learning styles so you can identify the learning habits of your students.
- Apply new tools and methods: Use the lessons to gain insights on how best to approach and cater to various learning styles.
- Enhance the learning process: By applying the techniques and tools presented in the lessons, you will be able to enhance each student's learning process to increase retention and attention.
|Understanding Learning Styles||Characteristics of learning and learning styles|
Reasoning behind application of learning styles
Factors affecting learning
Awareness of learning styles
Science of learning
|Learning Style Models||Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)|
Kolb's experiential learning theory
Grasha's four basic clusters
|Teaching Strategies for Different Learning Styles||Multiple intelligences|
Strategies for visual, auditory/musical, verbal/linguistic, physical/kinesthetic, logical, social style, and intrapersonal styles
|Adapting the Classroom for Different Learning Styles||Classroom environmental factors|
Adapting to students with sensory challenges
How to design a classroom for different learning types
|Assessing Different Learning Styles in the Classroom||Learning modalities|
Accommodating to learning styles
Types of assessments
Benefits of assessments
|Instructional Tools for Different Learning Styles||Classroom technology|
Different instructional strategies
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