Students’ learning styles are as unique as their personalities. As a result, the most successful teachers are often those who understand how to adjust their educational techniques to honor students of all intelligences and backgrounds. This comprehensive resource, based on the author’s years of research and experience, presents a usable, understandable framework that assists K–12 teachers in achieving success in today’s differentiated classroom.
From easy-to-implement techniques to templates for planning lengthy curriculum units, teachers receive clear direction for appealing to the learning personalities in their diverse classrooms. Readers will also find:
- Relevant stories, exercises, and examples to illustrate differentiated classroom instruction
- Balanced advice for improving student growth and performance in small-group work, class discussions, and relationship building
- Practical ideas and activities for immediate application in the classroom
Discover teaching techniques that result in success for students of all learning styles!
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Explore how your own preferences for gathering information and making decisions affects how you teach and learn.
Read research on how students with different type preferences approach mathematics. View the related TEDx talk (see sidebar).
Try some activities that let you see how students learn and ways to start meeting their diverse needs.
Students and Type Concepts
This guide contains sample activities and ethical guidelines for building student understanding of the four learning styles.