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Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots Life Hacks, Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Methods, Instructional Planning, Teaching Tips, Learning Strategies, Learning Theory

Students have different learning style preferences. While some are visual learners and prefer to see charts, pictures, diagrams, etc., others prefer to learn by hearing, doing, reading or writing! The VARK model describes 4 learning preferences: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and reading/ writing. This post has strategies and tips for teachers to use when planning instruction, to meet the needs of all kinds of learners. #tejedastots

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Brenda Tejeda
Check out the FREE exit tickets and posters to promote active learning! Active learning isn't too far away with these 12 active learning strategies that support the learning process! Examples of active learning include class discussion, peer instruction, reciprocal questioning, game-based learning, Socratic questioning, exit tickets, and think-pair-share. Using active learning techniques encourage students to engage, solve problems, and collaborate with classmates.

Check out the FREE exit tickets and posters to promote active learning! Active learning isn't too far away with these 12 active learning strategies that support the learning process! Examples of active learning include class discussion, peer instruction, reciprocal questioning, game-based learning, Socratic questioning, exit tickets, and think-pair-share. Using active learning techniques encourage students to engage, solve problems, and collaborate with classmates.

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Teaching Heart & Soul