You are likely well into your second semester now. It's time for a mid-year checkup: How is your e learning for healthcare working for you? It's never too early to start thinking about your game plan for next year. A good place to start? Take some time to thoroughly and honestly analyze how your first
What we've learned So far this month we have learned that auditory learners learn best through listening, visual learners learn best through seeing/reading, and kinesthetic learners learn best from doing or hands-on activities. We have also learned ways to individually address each one of these learners. The problem many teachers face is addressing all 3 types of learners in one class.
Kinesthetic learners achieve the greatest success by learning through doing. A hands-on approach, and being active, seems to work best for them. If you are developing lesson plans for computer applications, you need to make sure you are reaching all types of learners with your curriculum. Kinesthetic Learners in Lesson Plans for Computer Applications As
Computer applications lesson plans and auditory learning can go together. Auditory learners achieve the greatest success by learning through hearing. But, an auditory learner does more than just listen. They are in tune to tone and rhythm, and associate memory with sound. If you are developing computer applications lesson plans, you need to ensure you include
A visual learner achieves the greatest success by learning through seeing. They seek a visual representation of any information you give them. When developing a computer applications curriculum, make sure you are addressing all types of learners. How to Address the Visual Learner Remember Language Arts class? As you develop your computer applications curriculum, think