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Non-Verbal learning Habits
Transcript of Non-Verbal learning Habits
Why Does it Matter Who is What?
What are Personality traits that they have?
Well. Do you know what it is like going to school? We all know about school. We know that you can struggle if you do not understand something. Or you just do not understand what is coming out of their mouths. Changes to the education system today would not just affect Non-Verbally gifted students. It will help visual-spatial learners. Which is 30% of the population, That is 95.658 million people. This will also make the class more fun. Because they will be pictures and, more importantly, more opportunity to grow and learn.
We have a wide variety of personality traits. We are great leaders, for instance, we can coordinate the work of several individuals. We also are very creative. We are considered, and perhaps resented, by some peers as "crazy" and also we produce unexpected, sometimes "silly" responses. We also have a very high intellectual level. Education traits we have are that we are amazing readers, we are very alert. Another personality trait we have is that we can be seen to have boundless energy.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Vol XCIII, No. 311
What is a Non-Verbal?
What Does That Mean?
Teachers teaching comes into question
Why Should Teachers Change There Curriculum?
You can be identified as Non-Verbal after taking the Cogat Assessment. There are 3 parts to the test Verbal, Quantitative, Non-Verbal. Non-Verbally gifted students are part of a bigger category of visual-spacial learners. We think in pictures rather than words. When a teacher is up at the front of the classroom talking or giving us notes we look like we are doing nothing but staring off into space. But we are actually turning their words into pictures which can get us behind but if a teacher asks us a question we can get it right because we are listening it just does not look.
If teachers change how they teach then they will not just see arise in kids grades but also confidence levels. If teachers are willing to change the way you teach in small ways, it can dramatically increase kids' grades, performance, and listening skills.
Non-Verbal Learning Habits