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Self-Knowledge Prezi 21-7 Baert

An explanation of learning styles, multiple inteligences, true colors and brain hemispheres.
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Transcript of Self-Knowledge Prezi 21-7 Baert

How Do I Learn and
Work Best?

What are my
personality characteristics?

What are my
dominant intelligences?

What is my best
learning modality ?

What is my
dominant hemisphere?

Auditory - learning by hearing
Visual - learning by seeing
Kinesthetic - learning by doing
Orange/West - creative, original, action-oriented
Green/East - planner, logical-thinking, process-oriented
Blue/South - empathetic, interpersonally-oriented
Gold/North - practical, results-oriented
True Colors/Compass
Left brain - language, logic
Right brain - information, creativity
Interpersonal - people smart
Intrapersonal - myself smart
Kinesthetic - body smart
Naturalistic - nature smart
Linguistic - word smart
Visual/Spatial - picture smart
Musical - music smart
Logical - number smart
Four Pillars of
21st Century Learning
Communication
Collaboration
Creativity
Critical Thinking
What kinds of activities in a class do you enjoy? Why?
What kinds of activities in a class do you NOT enjoy? Why?
Introduction
How would you describe yourself as a student or person? How do you know?
Purpose
It is important to know about yourself as a student and person to learn and work best.
Knowing about yourself can help you work better with others because you can understand them too.
Goal
After viewing this presentation outline, you will have a basic understanding of the different types of learning and intelligence styles.
After researching and working with this information you will have a complete picture of yourself and how you interact in the classroom.
3 Learning Modalities
http://www.edutopia.org/multiple-intelligences-learning-styles-quiz
Modalities Quiz
http://www.truecolorstest.com/True_Colors_Test.shtml
This website will ask you 5 questions about yourself. You are asked to rank the answers from the most like you to the least like you. When you have finished, it will show you the proportions of each color in your personality. By hovering on each part, you can find out more about that color.
From: http://www.online-distance-learning-education.com/article_info.php/articles_id/24
From: http://www.online-distance-learning-education.com/article_info.php/articles_id/24
From: http://www.online-distance-learning-education.com/article_info.php/articles_id/24
From: http://www.online-distance-learning-education.com/article_info.php/articles_id/24
This website also provides reasons why it is beneficial to understand your true color as well as links to other online resources and quizzes. It details the four color charts to follow.
Hemisphericity
Need more information?
Visit: http://users.trytel.com/~jfalt/Ene-med/true-col.html

This website will discuss the four color types found in personalities. It compares this assessment to other beliefs and descriptions. This site provides a nice paragraph about each color which describes the common temperament of a person with that dominance.
Need more information?
Visit: http://people.usd.edu/~bwjames/tut/learning-style/styleunder.html

This chart will help you see the 3 types of learning next to each other. There are also other links provided to help you summarize and differentiate the styles from one another. Finally, there is an online inventory available if you would like to try another quiz.
http://www.wherecreativitygoestoschool.com/vancouver/left_right/rb_test.htm
This website will ask you 54 questions to decide with which side of the brain you are dominant. Knowing this information helps you to process information in a way that works for you.
Another website you can use to test your dominant side is: http://frank.mtsu.edu/~studskl/hd/hemispheric_dominance.html
Need more information?
Visit: http://www.mathpower.com/brain.htm

This site outlines the different sides to the brain and how someone with that dominance can learn best.
Task
Use the guided worksheet provided to you in class to follow the presentation again, this time going out to the external resources and answering the questions about yourself.
Once you've gathered your research and words, go to http://www.wordle.net to create your personal learning word cloud. Be prepared to share and explain your word choices and size.
Multiple Intelligences
This website will give you an online quiz to determine how you are balanced throughout the intelligence categories. At the end, it will tell you about how you learn and work best.
Another good site to use for an online quiz is: http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/questions/choose_lang.cfm
Need more information?
Visit: http://www.edwebproject.org/edref.mi.th.html

This website will give you links to information for each of the different types of intelligence. You can learn more about your specific type as well as how others around you learn and work best.
Logical -
You may be number smart. You will be good at mathematics and other number activities; you are also good at solving problems.
Musical -
You may be music smart. You will enjoy music and can recognise sounds, and timbre, or the quality of a tone.
Kinesthetic -
You may be body smart. You will enjoy sports and are good at swimming, athletics, gymnastics and other sports.
Linguistic -
You may be word smart. You will enjoy reading, writing and talking about things.
Interpersonal -
You may be people smart. You will like to mix with other people and you will belong to lots of clubs. You like team games and are good at sharing.
Intrapersonal -
You may be myself smart. You will know about yourself and your strengths and weaknesses. You will probably keep a diary.
Visual/Spatial -
You may be picture smart. You will be good at art and also good at other activities where you look at pictures like map reading, finding your way out of mazes and graphs.
Naturalistic -
You may be nature smart. You will like the world of plants and animals and enjoy learning about them.
Intelligence Descriptions
What do you know now?
1. Which of these learning styles is focused on what you hear?
a) visual learning
b) kinesthetic learning
c) logical learning
d) auditory learning

2. Which of these colors is not part of the "True Colors" personality inventory?
a) blue
b) pink
c) orange
d) green

3. How many intelligence types are there in the mutliple intelligences categories?
a) ten
b) four
c) eight
d) two

4. Which of these does the right side of your brain help you to do?
a) be spontaneous
b) remember names
c) use language
d) think concretely

21st Century Skills
from the P21 Framework Definitions
Learning & Innovation Skills -
Think creatively
Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Skills -
Reason effectively
Use systems thinking
Make judgments and decisions
Communication & Collaboration -
Communicate clearly
Information, Media & Tech Skills -
Use & manage information
Apply technology effectively
Life & Career Skills -
Adapt to change
Be flexible
Work independently
Produce results
Michigan Educational Technology Standards 6-8
6-8.CI.1 -Apply common software features
6-8.CI.3 -Illustrate a content-related concept
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6-8.RI.1 -Use a variety of digital resources
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6-8.CT.3 -Gather data, examine patterns, and apply
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6-8.TC.2 -Use a variety of technology tools

**These standards are also part of the ISTE benchmarks for grades 6-8; they fit the following standards categories:
1. Creativity & Innovation
2. Communication & Collaboration
3. Research & Information Fluency
4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving & Decision Making
American School Counselor Association
National Standards for Students
Improve academic self-concept
A:A1.1 - articulate feelings of competence and confidence
Acquire skills for improving learning
A:A2.4 - apply knowledge and learning styles
Improve learning
A:B1.6 - use knowledge of learning styles to improve
Relate school to life experiences
A:C1.3 - understand the relationship between learning and work
Acquire self-knowledge
PS:A1.10 - identify personal strengths and assets
Acquire interpersonal skills
PS:A2.3 - recognize, accept, respect and appreciate differences
Self-Quiz Answers:
1. d

2. b

3. c

4. a
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