Ch 1: Learning Processes & Styles

About This Chapter

Teachers are able to better engage with their students if they understand how their students learn best. In this chapter, find out some of the learning processes and styles that will help you connect with your students.

Learning Processes & Styles - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, focus on the different learning processes students go through and the different styles they have. Some of the topics included in this chapter are:

  • Effective learning strategies
  • Cognitive processes in learning
  • Perkins' Theory of Learnable Intelligence
  • Learning styles

Follow informative text lessons and engaging videos, led by our instructors, that will provide you with the essential information on learning processes and styles. Practical lessons include examples and real-world situations to help you better understand how to use your knowledge of learning styles in the classroom. You can use quizzes throughout this chapter to check your understanding of the material, and you may use the exam at the end of the chapter to measure comprehension.

How It Helps

  • Highlights effective learning strategies: You'll learn to define and use the essential strategies that will improve learning in your classroom.
  • Illustrates examples: The examples included in this chapter will help you better understand how you can integrate these techniques.
  • Improves engaging techniques: Techniques will show you how to improve your lesson plans by engaging students and making them feel more a part of your lessons.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Define learning, the types of learning and learning styles
  • Demonstrate the theories related to the cognitive processes of the brain
  • Teach using the multiple intelligences and learning styles
  • Make your classroom more interactive and help students better engage

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