Brain-based Strategies in Teaching

Brain-based Strategies in Teaching

Do you know that it’s possible to improve a student’s cognitive skills such as attention, memory or logical thinking? A lot of teachers don’t know this and don’t realize that they have an important role to play with students who just don’t seem to be able to pay attention or remember what they have been […]

Why is it Important for Teachers to Understand their own Learning Style?

Why is it Important for Teachers to Understand their own Learning Style?

“Most Americans do not know what their strengths are. When you ask them, they look at you with a blank stare, or they respond in terms of subject knowledge, which is the wrong answer.” – Peter Drucker, Business Management Consultant
Educators are not the only people examining styles. According to a Gallup study, 80 percent of […]

Intuitive Learning Style vs. Sensate Learning Style

Intuitive Learning Style vs. Sensate Learning Style

The Four Dimensions of Learning are about how we relate to the world, make sense of ideas, make decisions and manage life in general. The Sensate learning style and Intuitive learning style are about how the subject takes in information and makes sense of ideas.
This area has much to do with preferences in communication.
Sensors often […]

Who Am I? Who RU?

On of the most valuable insights I’ve found from writing the Accommodating All Learners course is the learning style inventory results. I learned that according to this Myers-Briggs type exercise I’m an “ENTJ”. For me, this is both a surprise and not a surprise. Prior to taking this inventory, I had “self-diagnosed” myself`as an INTJ.
E – I […]

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