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How Children Learn

Exploring the Learning Styles of Children
by

Jane.Moore Moore

on 20 February 2013

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Transcript of How Children Learn

getting their attention and keeping it Kids.. What does an
engaged learner
look like? How do we get there...?
better understanding for our kids
richer and deeper connection
retention of knowledge
eager learners
less behaviour issues
happier teachers The benefits.... Thinking about
the environment... Planning
&
Preparation PRAYER Showing Leadership
&
Taking Control Thinking about
Learning Styles AUDITORY KINESTHETIC VisUAL remember visual details
prefer to see what they are learning
like to have paper and pens handy
may doodle while listening
like to write down instructions or see them demonstrated
prefer demonstration/modeling over 'telling' remember information by talking aloud
prefer to have things explained orally
may have trouble with written instructions
talk to themselves while learning something new
enjoy discussion groups over working alone
respond to music and sound want to actually do whatever is being talked about or learned
like to move around while listening or talking
often “talk” with their hands
like to touch things in order to learn about them
remember events by recalling who did what rather than who said what
respond to active experiences Let's try it! Thanks for listening! Tips for Engagement... 1. Be Explicit about
the intended goal 2. Connect the
content to now 3. Limit teacher talk 4. Make it
student-centred
eg. answer a question with your body or by walking to a particular part of the room eg. talk to your partner, write a response, form a discussion group, play a relevant game....

Don't expect to be the "giver of knowledge" but a facilitator INCORPORATE MOVEMENT
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