Course: EDDU 9635 | Learning Styles: Identifying and Responding
Grad. Credits: 1-2 CEU. The student can apply and pay for course credit after completing the training.
Course Material: Righting the Educational Conveyor Belt
There are seven lessons to the course. Each lesson includes:
• A lesson description
• Videos and transcripts
• Implementation activities
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Sign up by October 23rd, and save $20 on the course PLUS receive the Learning Styles Bundle for free (save $30.)
Help all of your students learn – easily!
School is like a private club for visual-oriented children who can see content in their mind’s eye. However, auditory and kinesthetic learners don’t have the same “access” – and can’t learn as easily.
Now, you can learn how to expand the private club membership so that all learning styles can enjoy academic success.
You’ll walk away from this program understanding how you can help your students learn more easily – simply by altering your teaching style.
In this seven-part training series, complete with videos, quizzes and implementation activities, you’ll learn:
- Why visually oriented children have an easier time in school – and how to transfer that ability to non-visually oriented students.
- Why educators should separate a student’s preferred style from their capacity to operate in a visual style.
- How to easily recognize the four behaviors indicating visual capacity.
- Why it is important to push the visual-oriented students and how to make them mini-teachers in your learning pods.
- Ways you can help increase visual capacity in all students.
- How to measure if the kinesthetic and auditory-oriented students have increased their visual capacity while in your classroom.
- Students with special needs have behaviors similar to talented and gifted students. Learn how to recognize the one variable that separates the two categories.
- How you can increase test scores by effectively using the “review” portion of a lesson.
You’ll also receive the Learning Styles Bundle for FREE:
“The Learning Styles course was tremendously helpful, both personally and as an educator! I learned more about myself and how I’m wired, and also gained incredible insight into how my students learn. The course helped me understand the traits of each style, as well as tools and strategies to help increase the learning capacity of each learner in my classes. It also gave me ideas for how to be a more well-rounded educator and incorporate the needs of more learning styles as I plan my lessons. I’m now equipped to meet my students’ needs even more effectively. “
–Michelle Peterson, Gr. 4 ELA Teacher, Mississippi Elementary