Learnign and teaching styles

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  • learning and teaching styles.
    • Measuring learning and teaching styles
      • Entwhistle:  ASI: meaning- deep approach and questioning. Reproducing: syllabus bound. Achieving- motivated to work. Non-achieving: disorganised and negative attitudes.
      • Kolbs: inventory for learning styles. Accommodators: get involved in the experience (trial and error) Assimilators: ask questions(philosophy) Coverger: Practical applications (experiments) and Diverger: imaginative learning (drama and art)
      • Kyricaou and Williams: Measure whether they are teacher centered or student centered. Tick what suits them so whether activities are restriced by them or are  negotiated
    • Defining
      • Formal teaching: teacher centred, they decide what is being taught. Informal: student centred, lesson is negotiated.
        • Hight intiative teaching- Fontana: aware of needs, willing to learn, informed choices and encourage development.
      • Grasha: six styles of learning- Independent, dependant, competitive, collaborative, avoidant and participant.
    • study skills
      • 4 MAT system: Motivation- devise a lesson. Concept development- are discussed so they can cover all preferences. Practise- engage in practical applications, deeper meaning. Application: given an example where they will have to apply new information.
      • PQRST: Preview, question, read, self recite and test
      • SPELT: metacognition: Taught about different techniques like problem solving, hen try out techniques and evaluate them , Students use preferred strategies and continue to elavuate the effectiveness.


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