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    Learning Styles & Theories

    Teachers incorporate their knowledge in lesson plans

    How can a teacher use the various learning styles in the classroom? How does knowing your students' learning style benefit you as a teacher? What is the advantage of teaching a child in the way that they learn? How will teaching my students using the various learning styles help the classroom environment?

    Co-Teaching Special Education Classes

    If you have a co-teacher whose philosophy for teaching special education is different from yours, how would you compromise or mediate, without compromising your own principles, so that your students would not suffer from the discrepant ideologies of your co-teacher and yourself?

    Factors of Competent Teachers

    Describe two characteristics that competent (perhaps even outstanding) teachers possess and how they relate to student learning. Provide an example that illustrates how teacher beliefs impact student learning.

    assumptions about differentiated instruction

    What assumptions about differentiated instruction have been confirmed? Have others been challenged? Which? What steps will you take to modify your teaching strategies now or in the future? What specific goals will you set for becoming a more academically responsive teacher? What do you believe is the best piece of advice you can

    Attributes of a good teacher

    -An analysis of at least five of the attributes a good teacher. -An in-depth summary of the role of academic standards in the teaching profession as well as an analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of assessment in this age of accountability. -Diversity in the Classroom: A discussion of how teachers meet the needs of t

    Designing curriculum for students

    Describe a challenge or an obstacle you have encountered in your teaching setting related to learning style, diversity, or parent involvement, etc. Share a specific example of how one or more of these considerations can contribute to your unit and instructional planning.

    Differentiated Instruction and Lesson Planning

    Differentiated instruction must be carefully planned for when designing lessons for students. Based on your knowledge and research information provide a brief example of a lesson that has been planned for differentiation and your recommendations for how this lesson can be modified to include the principals of differentiation.

    Prepare a chart/table in which you identify the cultural characteristics of various races addressing learning styles, language, families, achievement levels, and cultural characteristics.

    Prepare a chart /table in which you identify the cultural characteristics of African American, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian students. Be sure to address learning styles, language, families, achievement levels, and cultural characteristics. Additional research may be required to complete this assignment. Culture

    Learning Theories and Instructional Course Design

    1. Complete the learning styles inventories: http://www.berghuis.co.nz/abiator/lsi/lsiframe.html (Learning Styles Test 1 and Test 2 found on the left side of the page). Review and summarize your results in a 1-2 page paper. Outcome: Integrate individual learning styles with teaching style inventories. Learning Objectives:

    Learning Theories

    Can someone help me with articulating this? Complete an Annotated Bibliography of five articles that you researched using Google or other online library that discuss learning styles and theories. Include in your answer a brief description (1-2 paragraphs) of each learning style. For instructions and examples of an Annotated

    Learning style assessments

    O Locate a learning style assessment on the Internet. o Complete the assessment o Identify your own learning style(s) (You may use a learning style inventory that you completed in another course.) o Write a research paper, explaining how - § many teachers teach to their own lear

    Instructional Design

    I need some help in articulating this: A. Complete a flow chart(attached) of how learning styles, learning activities and assessment types relate. Outcome: Understand the relationships between learning style, teaching style, instructional methodology, and complementary technology. Learning Objective: Describe the und

    Learning Styles

    Can someone help with articulating this? A. How can a learning style developed in childhood impact how an adult learns? B. Describe how your evaluation of the adult learning theory and how you as a teacher would address those characteristics in the classroom. Outcome: Evaluate the validity of the adult learning theo

    What factors are appropriate for LMS?

    Given your current (or future) organization, what factors would you take into consideration when determining the most appropriate learning platform or learning management system (LMS) for your organization? Why?

    Professional Growth

    Could you fill this out for me. Thank you. I am overwhelmed with so much work and I did not relize this was due. The example I provide is for one line item in one domain. This is to help you get a feel of how to develop goals in this plan. I need to address one standard within each domain and a timeline must provide a date fo

    Philosophy Education belief statements related to professional and personal goals, instructional practice, personal educational philosophy and established educational philosophies.

    Please prepare belief statements for each of the areas mentioned below. Put these beliefs into the context of your professional and personal goals, and describe how you will use these beliefs as the basis of your instructional practice. Relate your personal educational philosophy to the established educational philosophies and e

    Math and Science

    1. What approaches should be used to accommodate students with special needs in the science and math classroom? 2. What challenges face the instructor in addressing multiple learning styles and special needs? 275 words each?

    Strategies to Engage Students in the Learning Process

    What strategies and techniques do you utilize to actively engage students in the learning process? How do you ensure that you address the diverse needs and learning styles of students to promote success, retention, and persistence?

    Learning Needs of Diverse Students

    1. Identify two types of diverse learners. 2. Search for effective teaching practices or the two types you picked on the internet. List the web addresses. 3. List effective teaching practices for both types. Select one instructional practice from you list. How can this practice be applied to both types o learners you

    Instruction to teach in accordance with individual learning styles

    In your own words -- Is it best to adjust instruction to teach in accordance with individual learning styles, or should students experience and be encouraged to participate in activities that require learning styles other than those they naturally prefer? What factors influence how educational experiences of boys differ fr

    A model teacher interview is listed.

    This job uses these interview questions as a guide: 1. What format do you use for writing lesson plans? 2. How do you decide what you will teach? 3. What do you need to know about your students' learning styles before designing a lesson plan? 4. How do you go about planning a lesson? Where do you start? What are the

    Cultural factors and learning styles are important in education. These become especially important in Distance education where typically the instructors, fellow students and the learner are separated. This paper examines the issues and suggests some approaches to ease difficulties.

    This paper looks at the problem of cultural factors and learning styles and its implications in Distance education. As more students are leaving traditional class rooms for distance education courses over the web, class rooms are distributed and students can join in from anywhere in the globe. This paper examines the relevance o

    Learning Style

    What are some strengths and opportunities for growth whith someone who is moderatly a reflective and verbal learner, also with a strong sensing learner style and a moderate sequential learning ability?