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Who We Are 5H
Transcript of Who We Are 5H
Lines of inquiry
An inquiry into different ways of learning
An inquiry into the role of the body in thinking and learning
An inquiry into my responsibilities as a learner
Which part of blooms are we learning from?
How much information can our brains hold?
What happens to an unhealthy brain?
When do we start learning?
Is learning always purposeful?
Should all learning be enjoyable?
Should we change the way we learn in school?
How does the nervous system help me learn?
How does our brain work?
How does our brain respond to stimulus?
How does the brain adapt?
How are the brain and learning connected?
How can we adapt our thinking?
What is my responsibility as a learner?
How we can keep our brain healthy?
How do we apply our thinking in different situations?
How do we best learn?
What is it?
Skills for learning
Understanding how we learn helps us take responsibility
Why are there no explanations?
lots of images
why is there no colour?
is there another way to organise this?
Why haven't they written in sentences?
I think it shows the multiple intelligences
I think I could make this?
I think it's very creative
I think it looks sporty
could they have used real people?
I think it shows interraction between people
KIM's memory Test
How many can you remember?!
How can we adapt this to suit other learning styles?
What strategies did you use?
How did they help?
Now that we know a little more about learning styles....
How could you change this picture?
Visualise the pictures
Mental picture of the entire image
- went back for detail
Visualised one picture and linked it to the next picture
colour coded the objects
repeated the name of the object
turned the objects into a song
made it into a story
What is happening in this image?
What does this tell us about our class?
What questions could you ask somebody to answer about this?
What does this picture make you think about?
Is there another way to present this data?
You can only see children from 5H
How can we improve this graph?
Is this graph easy to read?
It looks like a wonky pyramid?
Why is nature smart the biggest?
Most people in our class might like exploring or have pets at home.
nobody is self smart
Why is nobody self smart
Not many people like music
Why did we make a pyramid?
what is the mode result?
How can I adapt a task to suit a different learning style?
Name your starting game
Explain how you play it (instructions)
Explain which learning style it suited
Explain how to play your adapted game (similarities/differences
Explain which learning style it now suits
How can I set challenging learning targets?
Is a learning target
Is not a learning target
Are they realistic?
Are they achievable?
How will you know when you have achieved your target?
Start at the end!
appreciate others' ideas
learn with your 5 senses
try new things
whole body listening - be prepared
learn from your mistakes
making up questions
I will identify what I want to know, ask good questions and use them to research a topic.
Try to stay focused on what I am doing. Listen to those around me and take part in lessons
Which jobs can be linked to a particular way of learning?
How does our body help us to
The human brain can hold up to about 1000 terabytes of data
legs and feet
Write down as many unit words as you can
the 5 senses
What action have YOU taken during this unit of Inquiry?
Create, test and improve one of your tasks